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Gregory Porter - Take Me to the Alley [Hi-Res] (2016)

12-05-2016, 12:30
Jazz | Vocal Jazz | Soul | FLAC / APE | HD & Vinyl

Title: Take Me to the Alley [Hi-Res]
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Blue Note Records
Genre: Vocal Jazz, Soul
Quality: FLAC (tracks) [24Bit/96kHz]
Total Time: 51:14
Total Size: 1.05 Gb + booklet

01. Holding On 5:02
02. Don't Lose Your Steam 3:17
03. Take Me To The Alley 5:16
04. Day Dream 3:51
05. Consequence Of Love 3:20
06. In Fashion 4:34
07. More Than A Woman 3:31
08. In Heaven 4:18
09. Insanity 5:37
10. Don't Be A Fool 4:31
11. Fan The Flames 4:12
12. French African Queen 3:45

Grammy award-winning Gregory Porter returns with Take Me to the Alley, the much-anticipated follow-up to his 2013 Platinum album Liquid Spirit. The coolest guy in music, the album features a reworked version of ‘Holding On’, the track Gregory co-wrote with electronic act Disclosure, as well as autobiographical songs including ‘Don’t Lose Your Steam’ and title track ‘Take Me To The Alley’, both written with his family in mind.
His arrival in 2013 on Blue Note record label with the impressive Liquid Spirit has seen him emerge as one of the brilliant voices in soul'n'jazz over the last few years. Gregory Porter has an especially soulful vocal range, far richer and more complex than those of his colleagues. Jazz, soul, gospel, blues, the Californian knows every corner of Great Black Music, but it is his ability for fusion that truly sets him apart. He is no simple 'heir' to Donny Hathaway like others have tried to be. With Take Me To The Alley, which is also released on Blue Note, Porter once again transcends genres. The new record also shows that, far from having been fatal, success allowed him to mature both as a person and artistically. The singer has chosen to leave the euphoria of Brooklyn with his wife and son to return to Bakersfield in California to be closer to his siblings. On Take Me To The Alley, Gregory Porter is supported by the core of his group. Pianist and musical director Chip Crawford, bassist Aaron James, drummer Emmanuel Harrold, alto saxophonist Yosuke Sato and tenor saxophonist Tivon Pennicott offer him a royal backing, and the album is an emotive experience from start to finish Note that Take Me To The Alley also welcomes guests such as singer Alicia Olatuja, trumpeter Keyon Harrold and organist Ondrel Pivec.

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Dasantor   User offline   9 May 2016 22:54

Muuuuchas Gracias ¡¡ calidad de audio y contenido .

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Panhistoricus   User Online   13 May 2016 00:08

Thanks a lot!


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