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Doug Carn - Adam's Apple (1974/2005)

31-08-2015, 19:46
Jazz | Soul | FLAC / APE

Doug Carn - Adam's Apple (1974/2005)

Artist: Doug Carn
Title Of Album: Adam's Apple
Year Of Release: 1974/2005
Label: P-Vine Records PCD-22106
Genre: Soul-Jazz
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 44:59
Total Size: 268 mb
WebSite: amazon


01. Chant (D.Carn) - 4:46
02. Higher Ground (D.Carn) - 5:11
03. Sweet Season (D.Carn) - 4:43
04. Sanctuary (D.Carn) - 7:39
05. Mighty Mighty (D.Carn) - 5:56
06. The Messenger (D.Carn) - 4:17
07. Adam's Apple (D.Carn) - 3:39
08. To a Wild Rose (D.Carn) - 3:40
09. Western Sunrise (D.Carn) - 5:08

Doug Carn - leader, keyboards (piano, electric piano, organ, Moog synthesizer), vocals
Joyce Greene, John Conner - vocals
Ronnie Laws - tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone
Thurman Green - trombone
Nathan Page, Calvin Keys - guitar
Big Black - congas, bongos, percussion
Harold Mason - drums
Darrel Clayborn - Fender bass
Gerald Brown - acoustic bass

Further distanced in time from John Coltrane's spiritual new-jazz and the influential second Miles Davis quintet, Doug Carn showed a close affinity with r&b when recording his fourth and final Black Jazz album Adam's Apple. Sharing his interest in r&b was a platoon of committed, resourceful jazz musicians including young star-in-the-making Ronnie Laws, who'd worked with Earth, Wind & Fire before that band's big commercial breakthrough. Of the others, ace guitarists Nathan Page and Calvin Keys had acquired intimacy with the soulful properties of African-American music of the time performing with the premier jazz organist Jimmy Smith.

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