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VA - Blue Note Plays Burt Bacharach (2004)

20-04-2016, 11:38
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Title: Blue Note Plays Burt Bacharach
Year Of Release: 2004
Label: Blue Note
Genre: Jazz
Quality: FLAC (image) / MP3
Total Time: 52:39 min
Total Size: 370 MB / 119 MB


01. Promises, Promises – The Jazz Crusaders [5:16]
02. Walk On By - Stanley Turrentine [5:57]
03. Any Day Now – Lou Rawls [3:42]
04. Do You Know the Way to San Jose? - Richard Groove Holmes [3:57]
05. I'll Never Fall in Love Again – Grant Green [6:46]
06. Wives and Lovers - Nancy Wilson [2:01]
07. The Look of Love – The Three Sounds [2:31]
08. One Less Bell to Answer - Stanley Jordan [4:29]
09. What the World Needs Now Is Love - Stanley Turrentine [6:43]
10. The April Fools - Earl Klugh [3:44]
11. Alfie - Nancy Wilson [3:04]
12. Knowing When to Leave - Ernie Watts [4:23]

Unfortunately, the 2004 issue of Blue Note Plays Bacharach falls short of the similar (now deleted) compilation from 1999, Blue Bacharach: A Cooler Shaker, also on Blue Note. Usually when a compilation disc is reissued, songs are added to the original program rather than omitted, which isn't the case in this instance. While Blue Bacharach originally had 14 tracks, this version has been whittled down to 12 tracks, nine of which are repeats. The three newly added songs, "The April Fools" by Earl Klugh, "One Less Bell to Answer" by Stanley Jordan, and "Any Day Now" by Lou Rawls, were recorded in 1976, 1986, and 1990, respectively, undermining the overall continuity of the '60s-based arrangements. Still, it's nice to have Bacharach standards played in a lively soul-jazz groove by Stanley Turrentine, Grant Green, Richard "Groove" Holmes, and Reuben Wilson, along with Nancy Wilson's outstanding vocals on "Wives and Lovers" and "Alfie." Blue Note Plays Bacharach is a passable compilation, but keep your eyes open for a used copy of the superior Blue Bacharach: A Cooler Shaker. -- Al Campbell ~



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luliqui   User offline   20 April 2016 15:40

Thank you, Denlenz!

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