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Various - From Jamaica With Jazz FLAC

Singer:

Various

Album:

From Jamaica With Jazz

Genre:

Jazz / Reggae

FLAC album size:

1969 mb

MP3 album size:

1796 mb

WMA album size:

1175 mb

Other music formats:

AA DMF FLAC AUD RA AAC APE

Rating:

4.9 ✱

Date of release:

2010

Various - From Jamaica With Jazz FLAC


Various - From Jamaica With Jazz FLAC

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Ernest Ranglin 54-46 (Was My Number)
Drums – Idris MuhammadGuitar – Ernest RanglinKeyboards, Percussion – Gary MayonePiano, Melodica – Monty AlexanderProducer – Monty AlexanderWritten-By – Frederick Hibbert
5:49
2 Monty Alexander Jammin'
Bass – Andy Simpkins*Congas – Charles CampbellDrums – Frank GantGuitar – Ernest RanglinPiano – Monty AlexanderProducer – Hans Georg Brunner-SchwerSteel Drums – Vincent TaylorWritten-By – Malik Byrd
6:17
3 Junior Mance I Can See Clearly Now
Arranged By [Strings], Conductor [Strings] – Bill FischerBass – Martin RiveraDrums – Bruno CarrPiano – Junior ManceWritten-By – Johnny Nash
7:00
4 Bernard 'Petty' Purdie* Montego Bay
Congas – Norman PrideDrums – Bernard PurdieElectric Bass – Gordon EdwardsElectric Piano – Harold WheelerGuitar – Billy Nichols*, Ted DunbarTenor Saxophone – Charlie Brown , Warren DanielsTrumpet – Tippy LarkinWritten-By – Bobby Bloom, Jeff Barry
5:42
5 Deodato* I Shot The Sheriff
Arranged By, Producer – Eumir DeodatoBass – Will LeeCongas, Timbales, Percussion – Rubens BassiniDrums – Nick RemoFlute – William Hammond*, Hubert Laws, Romeo Penque, William SlapinGuitar – Ray GomezKeyboards, Percussion – Eumir DeodatoTenor Saxophone – Danny MouroseTrombone – Sam Burtis, Tom Malone, Wayne AndreTrumpet – Alan Rubin, John Gatchell, Jon Faddis, Marv Stamm*Tuba – Tony Price Vocals – The Ellington SistersWritten-By – Bob Marley
4:28
6 Medeski Martin & Wood & Scofield* Legalize It
Bass – Chris Woods*Drums, Percussion – Billy MartinGuitar – John ScofieldKeyboards – John MedeskiProducer – John Scofield, Medeski Martin & WoodWritten-By – Peter Tosh
3:56
7 Ernest Ranglin Fade Away
Acoustic Bass – David Williams Drums – Sly DunbarGuitar – Ernest RanglinPercussion – Larry MacDonald*Piano – Jon WilliamsProducer – Ernest RanglinWritten-By – Junior Byles
4:12
8 Monty Alexander Many Rivers To Cross
Bass – Andy Simpkins*Congas – Charles CampbellDrums – Frank GantGuitar – Ernest RanglinPiano – Monty AlexanderProducer – Hans Georg Brunner-SchwerSteel Drums – Vincent TaylorWritten-By – Jimmy Cliff
4:26
9 Dean Fraser Natty Never Get Weary
Acoustic Bass – Wayne BatchelorDrums [Left] – Sly DunbarDrums [Right] – Idris MuhammadGuitar – Maurice GordonPercussion – Larry MacDonald*Piano – Jon WilliamsProducer – Dean FraserTenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Dean FraserWritten-By – Albert Walker, Joseph Hill
4:59
10 The Skatalites Rock Fort Rock
Alto Saxophone – Lester SterlingDrums – Lloyd Knibb*Electric Upright Bass – Lloyd BrevettGuitar – Devon James, Ernest RanglinPiano, Organ – Bill Smith Producer – Bill Smith , Nathan Breedlove, Shay*, The SkatalitesTenor Saxophone – Roland AlphonsoTrombone – Will ClarkTrumpet – Nathan BreedloveWritten-By – Johnny Moore
7:00
11 Val Bennett The Russians Are Coming (A.K.A. Take 5)
Producer – Edward 'Bunny' Lee*Tenor Saxophone – Val BennettWritten-By – Paul Desmond
3:40
12 Dean Fraser Have Mercy
Acoustic Bass – Wayne BatchelorDrums [Left] – Sly DunbarDrums [Right] – Idris MuhammadGuitar – Maurice GordonPercussion – Larry MacDonald*Piano – Jon WilliamsProducer – Dean FraserTenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Dean FraserWritten-By – Donald Shaw , Fitzroy Simpson, Lloyd Ferguson
6:58
13 Brass Fever Pressure Drop
Arranged By, Conductor – McKinley T. Jackson*Bass – Henry Davis, Scott Edwards Congas, Drums – Eddie 'Bongo' Brown*Drums – James GadsonGuitar – Lee Ritenour, Ray Parker, Jr.*Keyboards – Jerry Peters, John Barnes, Jr.*Percussion – Bill SummersProducer – Esmond EdwardsSaxophone, Flute – Ernie Watts, Alfred 'Pee Wee' Ellis*, Sahib ShihabStrings – The Sid Sharp StringsTrombone – Garnett Brown, George Bohanon, Jimmy Cleveland, Maurice SpearsTrumpet – Al Aarons, Bobby Bryant, Oscar Brashear, 'Snookie' Young*Vocals – Julia Tillman Waters, Luther Waters, Maxine Williard*, Oren WatersWritten-By – Frederick Hibbert
4:04
14 Bill Summers Walking On Sunshine
Arranged By [Percussion] – Bill SummersBass – Earl 'Bo' Freeman*Drums – Tony Lewis Drums [Or] – Paul Van Wageningen, William KennedyGuitar – Michael Sasaki, Ray ObiedoHorns – Dean Boysen, Jeff Lewis Keyboards – Jeff ChinKeyboards [Or] – John BarnesPercussion – Bill SummersPerformer [Uncredited] – Bill Summers & Summers HeatProducer – Bill SummersRototoms – Scott RobertsVocals [Possibly] – Calvin Tillery, Claytoven Richardson, Lori HamWritten-By – Eddie Grant*
7:22

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Universal Music Classics & Jazz
  • Copyright (c) – Universal Music Classics & Jazz
  • Mastered At – Eastside Mastering Studios

Credits

  • Compiled By – Oliver Söllner
  • Design – schoettdesign*
  • Photography By – Fotolia, Totitom

Notes

original recordings - digitally remastered
Mastered at Eastside Mastering Studios, Berlin

Artists on track 6 credited as "Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood"

Artist on track 14 is Bill Summers & Summers Heat which originally released the song in 1979

Track 1 recorded 1996, New York City, NY / Original: CD "Below The Bassline" (Island 524 299-2)
Track 2 recorded September 8 & 9, 1977, Villingen, Germany / Original: LP "Cobilimbo" (MPS 15 518)
Track 3 recorded early 1973, London / Original: LP "The Junior Mance Touch" (Polydor PD-5051)
Track 4 recorded January 11, 1971, Englewood Cliffs, NJ / Original: LP "Purdie Good!" (Prestige PR-10013)
Track 5 recorded 1976, Pennington, NJ / Original: LP "Very Together" (MCA 2219)
Track 6 recorded January 2006, New York City, NY / Original: CD "Out Louder" (EmArcy 172 043-9)
Track 7 recorded 1997, Jamaica & New York City, NY / Original: CD "Memories Of Barber Mack" (Island 524 339-2)
Track 8 recorded September 8 & 9, 1977, Villingen, Germany / Original: LP "Cobilimbo" (MPS 15 528)
Track 9 recorded 1997, Jamaica & New York City, NY / Original: CD "Big Up!" (Island 524 340-2)
Track 10 recorded 1997 / Original: CD "Ball Of Fire" (Island 524 420-2)
Track 11 recorded 1968 / Original: 7" Single "Val Bennett - The Russians Are Coming / Lester Sterling - Sir Lee's Whip" (Island WI-3146)
Track 12 recorded 1997, Jamaica & New York City, NY / Original: CD "Big Up!" (Island 524 340-2)
Track 13 recorded 1976, Hollywood, CA / Original: LP "Time Is Running Out" (Impulse! ASD-9319)
Track 14 recorded 1979, Berkeley, CA / Original: LP "On Sunshine" (Prestige PR-10107)

This Compilation: ℗ 2010 Universal Music Classics & Jazz © 2010 Universal Music Classics & Jazz, a Division of Universal Music GmbH

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 600753 245903
  • Label Code: LC 10651
  • Rights Society: BIEM / SABAM

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