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Stanley Turrentine - Easy Walker (1967) Vinyl Rip + FLAC 16bit

5-02-2016, 13:39
Jazz | Soul | FLAC / APE | HD & Vinyl

Title: Easy Walker
Year Of Release: 1967
Label: Blue Note
Genre: Jazz, Soul Jazz
Quality: FLAC (image+cue) [16bit-44.1kHz] / [24bit-96kHz]
Total Time: 0:36:40
Total Size: 250 / 757 Mb


01.A1. Meat Wave 04:43
02.A2. They All Say That I'm The Biggest Fool 07:41
03.A3. Yours Is My Heart Alone 05:05
04.B1. Easy Walker 06:12
05.B2. What The World Needs Now Is Love 06:41
06.B3. Alone Together 05:40

Bass – Bob Cranshaw
Drums – Mickey Roker
Piano – McCoy Tyner
Tenor Saxophone – Stanley Turrentine

Recorded on July 8, 1966 at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.

Easy Walker is a fairly standard but highly enjoyable small-group soul-jazz session from Stanley Turrentine. Backed by a rhythm section of pianist McCoy Tyner, drummer Mickey Roker, and bassist Bob Cranshaw, Turrentine turns in a number of rich, round, and full-bodied leads which are perfectly complemented by Tyner's strutting, sympathetic piano. Largely divided between midtempo grooves and slow blues, with a couple of pop covers like "What the World Needs Now Is Love," thrown in, Easy Walker doesn't offer much challenging material, but it does let the musicians work a good groove, and occasionally showcase their improvisational skills, making it a good, relaxing soul-jazz session.

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