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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: November 8, 1993
  • Release Date: November 20, 1993
  • Label: Blue Note Records
  • Copyright: (C) 1993 Blue Note Records
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  • Total Length: 1:04:06
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  • ASIN: B000TRTO6A
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #191,290 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

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My favorite Turrentine album since "The Baddest Turrentine", this one has Stanley's smooth, soulful sound, but without the overproduced "strings flooding in" that diminishes many of his other recordings. This mellow album, which sounds like an actual quintet rather than something cooked up in a studio, will please confirmed jazz afficionados as well as pop fans -- another good "intro to jazz" album for people who can't quite get their ears around the more demanding sounds of many jazz artists. Everybody likes it. It makes such a great gift, I'd like to get a volume discount.
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By A Customer on April 1, 2000
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This is Stanley Turrentine at his best. You can hear the influence of Ben Webster in some of his deep, breathy playing. But more than anything, you can hear Turrentine's own sound. Although sometimes unfairly overshadowed by Coltrane and Dexter Gordon, Stanley Turrentine's expansive, rich, warm tones always feel just right. Every song on this disc is perfect for mellow evening or Sunday morning listens. Get it. I guarantee you will play it over and over again.
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This CD is exquisite. The Turrentine and Gene Harris combination in the first track is the best way to relax after a hard day. Guaranteed to drop blood pressure 20 points immediately. A must must have.
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An outstanding collection of well-recorded, soulful renditions of classic jazz standards. This is one of those albums you can come back to time and time again, and it takes on different meaning depending on where your life is at the moment.
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By A Customer on November 24, 2001
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For anyone (or especially anytwo) who hold in their hearts a scintilla of romance this is the quintessential soundtrack. A prolonged excursion into a very deep vibe. Add flame if only from a candle & perhaps the sunshine of Spanish brandy, clothing is definitely optional!
Be prepared for winter. No one but Stanley can play this slowly, this beautifully.
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From the first tickle of the ivories by Gene Harris on Willow Weep for Me and then the gentle blowing of the wind-like saxophone by Stanley Turentine, I am instantly placed in a mellow mood and all is right with the world. This beautifully recorded album hits the mark so extremely well. If you are new to jazz, there is no better place to start than this perfect example of what it sounds like when all the stars are in alignment. Of course I am a sucker for good sax and Mr. Turrentine pushes all the right buttons for me on this one. I hope you will find this equally as gratifying. Ciao
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This collection is not the best of Stanley's mid 60's balladry. 2 compromised long, very slow tracks with the 3 Sounds lead off the CD and later a studio track with Grant Green is not of master take quality as the session wasn't released for almost 20 years. I can think of half dozen or so better ballad performances recorded by Stanley for Blue Note in the 1960's
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