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The Spoiler [Extra tracks, Original recording remastered]

Stanley TurrentineAudio CD
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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  • Audio CD (February 6, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Blue Note Records
  • ASIN: B000MG2LRW
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #206,337 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Duke Pearson arranged this rich, swinging 1966 all-star nonet date, a worthy successor to Turrentine's Rough'N'Tumble. Stanley is the primary soloist and he burns through Pearson's "The Magilla" and Armando Bozo's "La Fiesta" with ease and soulfulness. Added to the original album is a version of Max Roach's "Lonesome Lover" from the session.

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5.0 out of 5 stars An effortless masterpiece! April 25, 2007
Format:Audio CD
"The Spoiler" was the Duke Pearson/Stanley Turrentine follow up to "Rough'n'tumble" with the elegant guitar work of Grant Green from that album replaced by the trombone of Julian Priester in an octet that supports Turrentine with skill,affection and obvious enjoyment. Duke Pearson's arrangements are magnificent, whatever the tempo or the melody, and although it's perhaps invidious to pick out luminary performances from other players, Blue Mitchell and McCoy Tyner turn in stellar performances. Mitchell had played with Turrentine in Earl Bostic's band and their skillful interplay proves this, whilst Tyner fits in behind and around Turrentine's style magnificently (listen to his work on "When the sun comes out" as an example). However the album is undoubtedly a showcase for Turrentine who was at his very best on every track. Pearson's arrangement often reveal a willingness to experiment, witness his use of James Spalding's flute on a couple of the tracks. The bonus track on the album is from an earlier period, and an earlier band, with Turrentine as a member of Max Roach's band. The album clocks in at just over 38 minutes, but is as good an outing as forms any part of Turrentines output. If push comes to shove my favourite two tracks are the aforementioned "When the sun comes out" and a wonderful take on the Andre Previn composed "You're gonna hear from me", but it's an album to savour in whole, not in part. Highly recommended.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Among my favorite Turrentine September 6, 2009
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Format:Audio CD
This is one of my favorite Stanley Turrentine recordings, though I'll admit upfront I don't have anywhere near a complete collection. Like Joyride and Rough and Tumble, this one features Stan in front of a larger ensemble, playing groove-oriented soul jazz (rather than hard bop) centered around material drawn from popular music. In fact, the ensemble is almost identical to that on Rough and Tumble, with the main difference being Julian Priester's trombone replacing Grant Green's guitar.

Of the three albums, this one is definitely my favorite. The album blasts out of the gate with the dancing groove of Duke Pearson's "The Magilla". Then after a lovely read of "When the Sun Comes Out", we get an intense read of Armando Boza's "La Fiesta" which is an absolute cracking composition, arrangement and performance. Duke Pearson, the arranger, was going for a totally different (and more interesting, to my mind) feel here than on Rough and Tumble. The second half of the album takes a mellower tack - the bossa interpretation of "Sunny", the lush ballad "Maybe September", and then the most straight-ahead selection - a swinging "You're Gonna Hear from Me".

The Spoiler is the kind of album that shows commercially-accessible jazz doesn't have to compromise its integrity. Excellent stuff.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Stanley at his best! January 20, 2012
Format:Vinyl
His version of "Sonny" is my all-time favorite! Arrangements by Pearson provide the album with such fluidity. Great album all together. A must buy for Turrentine fans!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Yeah Stanley February 9, 2009
Format:Audio CD
I've never heard a song by Stanley Turentine that I didn't like. This continues that tradition.
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