Friday, 4 September 2009

Stanley Turrentine ”The Baddest Turrentine”

Stanley Turrentine

The Baddest Turrentine
( LP CTI Records, 1974 )
Catalog # CTI 6048

Tracklisting & Personnel:
A1 Sugar (10:00)
Bass – Ron Carter
Congas – Richard Landrum
Drums – Billy Kaye
Electric Piano – Lonnie Smith
Guitar – George Benson
Organ – Butch Cronell
Saxophone [Tenor] – Stanley Turrentine
Trumpet – Freddie Hubbard
A2 Salt Song (7:10)
Arranged By, Conductor, Piano, Electric Piano, Organ – Eumir Deodato
Bass – Ron Carter
Cello – Alan Shulman , Charles McCracken
Drums – Billy Cobham
Drums, Percussion – Airto
Guitar – Eric Gale
Piano, Electric Piano, Organ – Horace Parlan , Richard Tee
Saxophone [Tenor] – Stanley Turrentine
Viola – Harold Coletta
Violin – Harry Katzman , Joe Malin , Julie Held , Julius Brand,
Leo Kahn , Paul Gershman
Voice – Brenda Bryant , Margaret Branch , Patricia Smith
B1 Speedball (6:35)
Bass – Ron Carter
Drums – Billy Cobham
Guitar – Cornell Dupree
Piano, Electric Piano – Bob James
Saxophone [Tenor] – Stanley Turrentine
Vibraphone – Milt Jackson
B2 Don’t Mess With Mister T (9:50)
Arranged By, Conductor, Piano, Electric Piano – Bob James
Bass – Ron Carter
Cello – George Ricci , Seymour Barab
Drums – Idris Muhammad
Guitar – Eric Gale
Organ – Richard Tee
Percussion – Rubens Bassini
Saxophone [Alto] – Jerry Dodgion
Saxophone [Baritone] – Pepper Adams
Saxophone [Tenor] – Joe Farrell , Stanley Turrentine
Trombone [Bass] – Alan Raph
Trumpet, Flugelhorn – John Frosk , Randy Brecker
Viola – Manny Vardi , Harold Coletta
Violin – David Nadien , Emanuel Green , Guy Lumia , Harold Kohon,
Harry Cykman , Harry Glickman , Irving Spice , John Pintavalle

Artwork By – Bob Ciano
Photography – Alen MacWeeney
Producer – Creed Taylor
Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder

Recorded at Van Gelder Studios.
Distributed by Motown Record Corporation.
An Anthology of Previously Released Recordings.
Format:Vinyl, LP
Country: US

A 4-track “best of” from Stan’s hit years at CTI! If you know the man’s tone, you know that he found a perfect home at CTI — where arrangements by the likes of Bob James or Deodato provided Stanley with a perfect foil for his warm exploratory blowing. The set features Stan’s great funky reading of Marvin Gaye’s “Don’t Mess With Mr T”, plus his classic reading of “Sugar” and the tracks “Speedball” and “Salt Song”.
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Andy’s Note:
4 great tracks from Stan the man.

By Andy

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