Playlist Of Stanley Turrentine

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    Stanley Turrentine - Sunny

    7:31

    From the 1966 album 'The Spoiler', released on Blue Note Records. The song was originally written by Bobby Hebb and has been covered numerous times. (Cher, Public Enemies, James Brown, Frank Sinatra, etc... )
    This is however a brilliant Jazz rendition. Absolutely sensational!



    * Stanley Turrentine - tenor saxophone
    * Blue Mitchell - trumpet
    * Julian Priester - trombone
    * James Spaulding - alto saxophone, flute
    * Pepper Adams - baritone saxophone
    * McCoy Tyner - piano
    * Grant Green - guitar
    * Bob Cranshaw - bass, electric bass
    * Mickey Roker - drums
    * Joseph Rivera - percussion (tracks 1,3 & 4)
    * Duke Pearson - arranger

    No copyright infringement intended. Will remove video if necessary.

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    Stanley Turrentine - Sugar

    4:19


    Philippe Saisse - Keyboards,
    Tom Barney - Bass,
    J.T. Lewis - Drums,
    Hiram Bullock - Guitar,
    George Duke - Piano,
    ? - Percussion

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    Stanley Turrentine - Feeling Good

    7:18

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    Stanley Turrentine Pieces of Dreams

    4:39

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    STANLEY TURRENTINE, Soft Pedal Blues

    7:27

    2nd tune from Turrentine's That's Where It's At album. Recorded at RVG studio on January 2, 1962. Stanley Turrentine, tenor sax; Les McCann, piano; Herbie Lewis, bass; Otis Finch, drums.

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    THE JUMPINBLUES

    6:09

    Jimmy Smith (organ)
    Stanley Turrentine (tenor sax)
    Kenny Burrell (guitar)
    Grady Tate (drums)
    One Night with Blue Note

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    Stanley Turrentine - Walk On By

    5:59

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    Stanley Turrentine - What The World Needs Now

    6:45

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    Blowin In The Wind - Stanley Turrentine

    5:57

    Common Touch - Stanley Turrentine (1968)

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    Stanley Turrentine - I Told Jesus

    7:42

    Stanley Turrentine - Salt Song [CTI]
    Recorded 1971

    Stanley Turrentine - Tenor Sax
    Eumir Deodato - Keyboards
    Horace Parlan - Keyboards
    Richard Tee - Keyboards
    Eric Gale - Guitar
    Sivuca - Guitar
    Hubert Laws - Flute
    Ron Carter - Bass
    Billy Cobham - Drums
    Airto Moreira - Drums, Percussion
    Dom Um Romao - Percussion

    Produced by Creed Taylor

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    CREEPIN - Stanley Turrentine

    5:36

    The sax master does his interpretation of Stevie Wonder's hit......

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    Stanley Turrentine - Little Sheri

    7:56

    Song: Little Sheri (4/6; written by Stanley Turrentine)
    Album: Look Out! (Recorded: June 18, 1960 / Released: later in 1960)
    Artist: Stanley Turrentine

    Personnel:
    Stanley Turrentine, tenor saxophone
    Horace Parlan, piano
    Geroge Tucker, double-bass
    Al Harewood, drums

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    Stanley Turrentine - Salt Song

    7:18

    Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

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    Stanley Turrentine 05 Someone to Watch Over Me

    7:48

    Stanley Turrentine

    From Album
    Comin' Your Way
    (Blue Note 4065)

    Tommy Turrentine (tp)
    Stanley Turrentine (ts)
    Horace Parlan (p)
    George Tucker( b )
    Al Harewood(ds)


    Recorded at Englewood Cliffs,NJ.
    January 20 ,1961

    Stanley Turrentine Blue Note Jazz BN4065

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    STANLEY TURRENTINE - Touching

    6:33

    Mellow and soulful........

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    Stanley Turrentine I Told Jesus

    7:42

    Essence of Jazz bringing you Jazz Vybe's & Urban Soul Classics. Jazz For The Soul From One Person To Another. Soulful Jazz coming from Saxophonist Stanley Turrentine from his Salt Song release.

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    Stanley Turrentine - Baia

    5:33

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    STANLEY TURRENTINE, Trouble

    7:49

    Opening piece on Turrentine's Hustlin' album. Recorded on January 24, 1964 (Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs). Stanley Turrentine - tenor saxophone; Shirley Scott - organ; Kenny Burrell - guitar; Bob Cranshaw - bass; Otis Finch - drums

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    Stanley Turrentine - Sugar.avi

    4:16

    From Night Music Show 1989 with Dave Sanborn,Hiram Bullock,Philippe Saisse,Tom Barney, J. T. Lewis

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    Stanley Turrentine With The 3 Sounds - I Want A Little Girl

    7:07

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    Stanley Turrentine - You Said It

    5:34

    from the album Jubilee Shout ,
    October 18, 1962 (Blue Note),
    Stanley Turrentine - tenor sax,
    Tommy Turrentine - trumpet,
    Sonny Clark - piano (last recording),
    Kenny Burrell - guitar,
    Butch Warren - bass,
    Al Harewood - drums.

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    Stanley Turrentine - Aint No Mountain High Enough

    4:34

    from the Album: The Return of the Prodigal Son (1967)
    Stanley Turrentine (ts)
    Duke Pearson (arr, og)
    McCoy Tyner (p)
    Julian Priester (tb)
    Garnett Brown (tb)
    Joe Shepley (tp)
    Marvin Stamm (fh)
    Joe Farrell (ts)
    Al Gibbons (as)
    Mario Rivera (bs)
    Bob Cranshaw (b)
    Ray Lucas (dr)
    Richard Landrum (per)
    composed by Ashford & Simpson

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    Stanley Turrentine With The 3 Sounds - Where Or When

    7:04

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    Stanley Turrentine pieces of dreams

    6:49

    a lightly restored recording of a LP from the album the Sugar man out of 1975

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    stanley turrentine storm 1971

    7:37

    70's jazz classic

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    Stanley Turrentine - Tamarac

    3:57

    Stanley Turrentine - Tamarac

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    Bass - Sugar

    48

    Playing around with this tune

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    KARAOKE Sugar - Stanley Turrentine

    4:05

    Key : A Minor
    Note: The lyrics may be a little mistake ... ;D

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    Stanley Turrentine - Too Blue

    7:22

    Track #3 from Stanley Turrentine's Don't Mess With Mister T cd re-issue.
    Don't Mess With Mister T is a Stanley Turrentine album produced by Creed Taylor on his label, CTI. It was arranged by Bob James and recorded at Van Gelder Studio in June 1973.

    Personnel (1973):
    Stanley Turentine (tenor sax)
    Bob James (arranger, piano)
    Eric Gale (guitar)
    Ron Carter (bass)
    Idris Muhammad (drums)

    Just for your own pleasure.
    Enjoy :)

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    STANLEY TURRENTINE Midnight And You

    4:31

    From 'Pieces Of Dreams' LP 1974

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    STANLEY TURRENTINE - Dont Mess With Mr. T

    5:41

    Thank you Mr. T........

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    Two Minutes With Stanley Turrentine, Tenor Saxophone

    1:48

    Stanley William Turrentine, also known as Mr. T or The Sugar Man, (April 5, 1934 -- September 12, 2000) was an American jazz tenor saxophonist. Turrentine was born in Pittsburgh's Hill District into a musical family. His father, Thomas Turrentine, Sr., was a saxophonist with Al Cooper's Savoy Sultans, his mother played stride piano, and his older brother Tommy Turrentine also became a professional trumpet player.

    He began his prolific career with blues and rhythm and blues bands, and was at first greatly influenced by Illinois Jacquet. In the 1950s, he went on to play with the groups of Lowell Fulson, Earl Bostic, and at the turn of the decade, Max Roach.

    He married the organist Shirley Scott in 1960 and the two frequently played and recorded together. In the 1960s, he started working with organist Jimmy Smith, and made many soul jazz recordings both with Smith and as a leader.

    In the 1970s, after his professional split and divorce from Scott, Turrentine turned to jazz fusion and signed for Creed Taylor's CTI label. His first album for CTI, Sugar proved one of his biggest successes and a seminal recording for the label. He worked with Freddie Hubbard, Milt Jackson, Bob James, Richard Tee, Idris Muhammad, Ron Carter, and Eric Gale, to name a few. He returned to soul jazz in the 1980s and into the 1990s.

    Turrentine lived in Ft. Washington, Maryland from the early 90s until his death. He died of a stroke in New York City on September 12, 2000 and is buried in Pittsburgh's Allegheny Cemetery.

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    Stanley Turrentine - Return Of The Prodigal Son

    6:36

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