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Shirley Scott - Queen Of The Organ Album

Shirley Scott - Queen Of The Organ Album Performer: Shirley Scott
Title: Queen Of The Organ
Style: Soul-Jazz
Category: Jazz
Date of release: 1964
Size MP3: 1253 mb
Size FLAC: 1559 mb
Rating: 4.9

Tracklist

Squeeze Me (But Don't Tease Me)10:01
Just In Time7:30
The Theme1:00
Rapid Shave8:23
That's For Me7:48

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
AS-81Shirley Scott Queen Of The Organ ‎(LP, Album)Impulse!AS-81US1965
ITF 314Shirley Scott Queen Of The Organ and Everybody Loves A Lover ‎(Reel, 4tr Stereo, 7" Reel)Impulse!ITF 314US1964
AS-81Shirley Scott Queen Of The Organ ‎(LP, Album)Impulse!AS-81US1965
A-81Shirley Scott Queen Of The Organ ‎(LP, Album, Mono)Sparton Impulse! RecordsA-81Canada1965
A-81Shirley Scott Queen Of The Organ ‎(LP, Album, Mono)Impulse!A-81US1965
Stereo A-81Shirley Scott Queen Of The Organ ‎(LP, Album, gat)Impulse!Stereo A-81US1965
CLP 3509Shirley Scott Shirley Scott In Person Featuring Stanley Turrentine ‎(LP)His Master's VoiceCLP 3509UK1965
AS-81, AS-81-A / AS-81-BShirley Scott Queen Of The Organ ‎(LP, Album, RP)Impulse!, ABC RecordsAS-81, AS-81-A / AS-81-BUS1972
MVCI-23087, AS-81Shirley Scott Queen Of The Organ ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Impulse!, Impulse!MVCI-23087, AS-81Japan1992
GRP 11232Shirley Scott Queen Of The Organ ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Impulse!GRP 11232Europe1993
GRD-123Shirley Scott Queen Of The Organ ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)GRP, Impulse!GRD-123US1993

Album

Shirley Scott. Queen of the Organ. This CD reissue brings back all of the music previously put out on the two-LP set The Great Live Sessions with the exception of one number Shirley's Shuffle left out due to lack of space with over 70 minutes of music, one cannot complain too much about the omission. Overall, this is a pretty definitive live set featuring organist Shirley Scott, tenor saxophonist Stanley Turrentine, bassist Bob Cranshaw and drummer Otis Candy Finch, one of the great soul-jazz combos of the 1960s. Just In Time Betty Comden, Adolph Green, Jule Styne 2. Squeeze Me But Don't Tease Me Duke Ellington, Lee Gaines 3. Mean, Angry, Nasty of the Organ is a live album by American jazz organist Shirley Scott recorded in 1964 for the Impulse label. The CD reissue added four additional performances from the same concert as bonus tracks. The musicians sound quite heated and consistently inspired. Highly recommended. All compositions by Shirley Scott except as indicated. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1965 Vinyl от Queen Of The Organ на Album of 1958. Jaws in Orbit. Eddie Lockjaw Davis & Shirley Scott. 2019 Album of 1959. The Eddie Lockjaw Davis Cookbook, Vol. Eddie Lockjaw Davis, Shirley Scott, Jerome Richardson. 2019 Album of 1960. The Eddie Lockjaw Davis Cookbook. 2017 Bonus Track Version. Soul Searching the Shirley Scott Trio Moodsville Vol. Eddie Davis Trio Featuring Shirley Scott, Organ. Shirley Scott, Eddie Davis' Trio. 2017 Remastered 2017. Listen free to Shirley Scott Queen of the Organ Just In Time, Squeeze Me But Don't Tease Me and more. 5 tracks 34:42. Released 1993. Queen Of The Organ Tracklist. Organ Shirley Scott. Shirley Scott, Queen of the Organ March 14, 1934March 10, 2002. Illuminating in the dimmest light, One For Me is Shirley Scotts brand of soul jazz at its softest and most soothing, with the veteran Queen of the Organ adopting a melodious state of mind. Thank you Bandcamp the-best-reissues-on-bandcamp- The most crucial reissues and retrospectives recently dropped on Bandcamp, and the historic tales behind them. Shirley Scott March 14, 1934 March 10, 2002 was an American hard bop and soul-jazz organist. She was best known for working with her husband, Stanley Turrentine, and with Eddie Lockjaw Davis, both Scott. Released: Jun 2003. Label: Prestige Records. Shirley Scott & The Soul Saxes. Soul Song

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Shirley Scott. 2020 feat. Stanley Turrentine. Satin Doll. Happy Talk. 2019 Remastered 2019. Hip Soul. The Eddie Lockjaw Davis Cookbook. 100 Hits Latin Music. 2015 Best Latin Compilation. Shirley Scott: American jazz organist. Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Scott studied trumpet and piano in school. As a performer in the 1950s, she played the Hammond B-3 organ. Her recordings with Eddie Lockjaw Davis included the hit In the Kitchen. What Makes Harold Sing, Body and Soul, Day By Day и другие песни. Biography by Alex Henderson. Follow Artist. Gifted jazz organist whose eclectic style encompassed the blues and bebop. Read Full Biography. Overview . Biography . Listen to music from Shirley Scott like Keep on movin on, What Makes Harold Sing & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Shirley Scott. Shirley Scott born March 14, 1934 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania died March 10, 2002 was a jazz and soul organist. She had been an admirer of Jimmy Smith and over time would play piano and trumpet before moving to the Hammond organ. The organ would be her main instrument, but on occasion sh read more. Shirley Scott March 14, 1934 March 10, 2002 was an American jazz organist. Influenced by gospel and blues, she played soul jazz in the 1960s with Stanley Turrentine, who became her husband during the same decade the couple divorced in 1971. Writer: Wild Bill Davis - Dickie Thompson, Composers: Wild Bill Davis - Dickie Thompson. Good Lookin' Out. Stanley Turrentine & Shirley Scott. On a Clear Day You Can See Forever. Shirley Scott: Топ треков. Blue Piano. Toys In The Attic. Games People Play. The Blues Ain't Nothin' but Some Pain. A Shot In The Dark Henry Mancini. How Deep is the Ocean Shirley Scott. Love Nest. Come Back To Me. Keep On Movin On. What Makes Harold Sing Shirley Scott. Girl Talk. Shirley Scott, a jazz organist who recorded dozens of albums from the 1950's to the 90's, earning her the nickname ''Queen of the Organ,'' died on Sunday at a hospital in Philadelphia. She was 67 and lived in West Chester, Pa. The cause was heart disease brought on by the diet drug known as fen-phen, said Everett Yancey, her son. Scott had sued both American Home Products, now known as Wyeth, the manufacturer of one of the drug's components, and the doctor who prescribed it to her. In February 2000 a Philadelphia jury awarded her 8 million. She had begun. SHIRLEY SCOTT is a soul jazz music artist. Jazz music community with review and forums. An admirer of the seminal Jimmy Smith, Shirley Scott has been one of the organ's most appealing representatives since the late '50s

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Two things surprised me from the get-go, this laidback emancipated number was recorded live, and secondly, where along with Stanley Turrentine, Bob Cranshaw and Otis Finch, the compact disc reissue offers up four additional tracks that never found their way to vinyl.

One would assume that Queen Of The Organ would be all about the Shirley Scott and her organ, but it’s more, it’s a delicate interplay of sounds and movement that will ride high listen after listen. Born in 1934, Shirley was also accomplished on the trumpet and piano before settling in on the then new to the music scene Hammond B3 organ, though had a knack for making it sound like a Wurlitzer, and inspired the likes Al Kooper and Mike Bloomfield.

Shirley wasn’t a swinging New York City kitty, she was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and stayed in the area her entire life, meaning people such as I tended to take her for granted thinking that she and her husband Stanley Turrentine would always be around, though her death in 2002 at the age of 67 was a great personal loss to me.

If I had but two words to describe her sound it would be that of ‘Hip Soul,’ laying down music that simmered, yet never boiling over, and that’s exactly what you’re going to find here. She plays with the elegance of high art and a sense of taste, smart, cool and sophisticated, completely structured, relaying a sense off looseness, where the other players felt free to filter in and out around her, yet always deferential to where Shirley was headed.

*** The Fun Facts: While drugs certainly dominated the jazz music atmosphere, primarily cocaine and heroin, Shirley’s choice was diet pills, the first methamphetamines, legally prescribed in capsule and liquid form, primarily for weight-loss.

Hammond, makers of the inspirational Hammond organ, began their career making some of the finest electric alarm clocks out there … I should know, I’ve got a 70 year old chrome gem sitting by the side of my bed.

Review by Jenell Kesler