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1944-1946: Stuff Smith 1944-1946 Swing, Mainstream
1944-1946: Stuff Smith  1944-1946
Artist: Stuff Smith
Album: Stuff Smith 1944-1946
Label: Classics
Years: 1944-1946; release: 1999
Quality: MP3@320 kbps
Size: 148 mb
Total time: 68:52
AMG Rating: 1944-1946: Stuff Smith  1944-1946

Violinist Stuff Smith's third Classics CD (which wraps up his dates as a leader prior to the mid-'50s) starts off with 16 numbers from 1944-1946, many of which are rarities. Smith is heard leading various trios (sidemen include pianists Jimmy Jones and Billy Taylor) on music recorded for the Savoy (with Billy Daniels and Rosalie Young having vocals), Baronet, Selmer, Musicraft, and Town & Country labels; Sarah Vaughan sings on "Time and Again." Best is the Selmer date, which has versions of "Perdido," "Bugle Call Rag," and Smith's "Desert Sands." Also included on this CD are Smith's six recordings with Alphonso Trent's notable territory band during 1928-1930 (including classic versions of "After You've Gone" and "St. James Infirmary"). All three Classics Stuff Smith CDs are easily recommended.
~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
2011: Michael Franks - Time Together Vocal Jazz, Smooth & Lounge
2011: Michael Franks - Time TogetherArtist: Michael Franks
Album: Time Together
Label: 12 Between Us
Year: 2011
Format, bitrate: mp3|V0 Kbps
Time: 56:51
Size: 98,1 MB

An enormously popular performer in the late '70s and early '80s, Franks performed folk/rock songs while in high school, then became a literature student at UCLA and a part-time performer. He taught undergraduate music courses in the early '70s at both UCLA and Berkeley, then provided scores for the films Count Your Bullets and Zandy's Bride. He made his first album in 1973, then enjoyed success with a string of late '70s albums on Warner Brothers. He has worked with the likes of Flora Purim, Kenny Rankin, Ron Carter, the Crusaders, David Sanborn, Toots Thielemans, Eric Gale, and others, and has had songs recorded by The Manhattan Transfer, Patti Labelle, Carmen McRae, and the Carpenters.
~ Ron Wynn, All Music Guide
2011: Maysa - The Very Best of Maysa Rhythm-n-Blues, Soul
2011: Maysa - The Very Best of MaysaArtist: Maysa
Album: The Very Best of Maysa
Year: 2011
Format, bitrate: mp3|V0 VBR Kbps
Time: 01:10:58
Size: 123 MB

Maysa Leak (born August 16, 1966) is a U.S. American jazz singer better known as "Maysa". She is well known by fans of smooth jazz both for her solo work and for her work with the British band Incognito.Maysa continues to live in Baltimore, Maryland. She has a son named Jazz.
She attended Milford Mill High School in western Baltimore County.After high school she studied music at Morgan State University in Baltimore City and graduated with a degree in classical performance. There she performed as a member of the world famous Morgan State University Choir under the direction of the late Nathan Carter, Maysa met performer Stevie Wonder during a college performance.
After receiving her degree from Morgan State University, Maysa headed to Southern California to perform with Stevie Wonders female backup group Wonderlove, While with Wonder, Maysa was a vocalist on the Jungle Fever soundtrack and performed on numerous television shows including The Arsenio Hall Show, Oprah and The Tonight Show.It was during an over-the-telephone audition in the early 90s, that Maysa become a member of the acclaimed British jazz/funk/R&B band Incognito and in 1992 she relocated to London and recorded Tribes, Vibes & Scribes, featuring the hit single "Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing." Since then, Maysa has appeared on over seven Incognito recordings.Maysa recorded her self-titled debut in 1995, followed by her second album All My Life in 2000, Out of The Blue in 2002, Smooth Sailing in 2004, Sweet Classic Soul in 2006, and now Feel The Fire, 2007. In 2008, Metamorphosis peaked at No.1 on Billboard's Top Contemporary Jazz top 100 chart and no.13 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. In 2010, "A Woman in Love", Maysa 7th Solo cd Debut at No.1 on the Contemporary Jazz Charts.Maysa has also collaborated with well-known jazz performers like Gerald Veasley, Rick Braun, Will Downing, Jason Miles' Soul Summit, Rhythm Logic, Jonathan Butler and Pieces of a Dream.
Maysa Leak is a spokesperson for respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), a disease that can be fatal to premature babies. She appears in RSV PSA commercials, with her son Jazz, sponsored for the March of Dimes. ~Wikipedia
2009: Patrick Saussois & Rhoda Scott - The Look of Love - A Tribute to Burt Bacharach Music » Soul » Soul-Jazz
2009: Patrick Saussois & Rhoda Scott - The Look of Love - A Tribute to Burt BacharachArtists: Patrick Saussois & Rhoda Scott
Album: The Look of Love - A Tribute to Burt Bacharach
Label: Fantom
Year: 2009, release: 2010
Format, bitrate: MP3; vbr ~192 kb/s
Size: 64 mb

I stand at the forefront of Jazz Manouche. As a musician he is one of the few able to navigate between styles and genres, whether it's playing bebop with Richie Cole, musette with Jo Privat or jazz Manouche with my own band, Alma Sinti, never letting one style bleed into the other and always maintaining my own identity. It is with the latter group that I has risen above the rest of my contemporaries. Alma Sinti uses Jazz Manouche as a base to incorporate swing, Latin, bop and valse Manouche and musette all without losing their unique guitar/accordion driven sound and all supported with le pompe, the Manouche style of rhythm guitar that gives the music its unique flavor. A gifted and prolific composer and improviser par excellence whose originals Jojo Swing and Just One for Babik have become standards in the jazz Manouche lexicon. I am at the top of a very short list of Jazz Manouche's most important and respected players. My record company, Djaz Records has released a slew of acclaimed CD's highlighting some of today's finest artists including Dorado and Tchavolo Schmitt and Dino Mehrstein. They swing- three guitarists, acoustic bassist, and button accordionist - offer a heady mix of tzigane (music in the gypsy style), musette (post-1910, accordion-driven music played for public balls), and jazz associated with Belgian gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt , Stephan Grappelli and the Quintette du Hot Club de France during the '30s and '40s. I am perhaps best known for my work with accordionists, having in the past accompanied the late great accordion legend Jo Privat for years, and later he has collaborated with other fine players of piano des bretelles, like Jean-Claude Laudat and Daniel ... ~ All About Jazz
2005: The Genius Of Ray Charles Music » Soul » Soul-Jazz
2005: The Genius Of Ray CharlesArtist: Ray Charles
Album: The Genius Of Ray Charles
Label: Atlantic
Year: 1959
Release: 2005
Format, bitrate: mp3, 320kb/s
Time: 37:58
Size: 80MB
AMG Rating: 2005: The Genius Of Ray Charles 2005: The Genius Of Ray Charles

In 2003, the album was ranked number 263 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the
500 greatest albums of all time.

Ray Charles with Clark Terry, Ernie Royal, Al Gray, Paul Gonsalves, Zoot Sims, David "Fathead" Newman, Bob Brookmeyer ...

Some players from Ray Charles' big band are joined by many ringers from the Count Basie and Duke Ellington bands for the first half of this program, featuring Charles belting out six songs arranged by Quincy Jones. "Let the Good Times Roll" and "Deed I Do" are highlights, and there are solos by tenorman David "Fathead" Newman, trumpeter Marcus Belgrave, and (on "Two Years of Torture") tenor Paul Gonsalves. The remaining six numbers are ballads, with Charles backed by a string orchestra arranged by Ralph Burns (including "Come Rain or Come Shine" and "Don't Let the Sun Catch You Cryin'"). Charles' voice is heard throughout in peak form, giving soul to even the veteran standards.
~ Scott Yanow, All Misic Guide
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