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Abbey Lincoln feat. Stan Getz - You Gotta Pay The Band (1991) 320 kbps

9-02-2014, 03:17
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Abbey Lincoln feat. Stan Getz - You Gotta Pay The Band (1991) 320 kbps

Artist: Abbey Lincoln feat. Stan Getz
Title Of Album: You Gotta Pay The Band
Year Of Release: 1991
Label: Verve
Genre: Jazz
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 58:31
Total Size: 138 MB(+3%)


01 - Bird Alone
02 - I'm In Love
03 - You Gotta Pay The Band
04 - Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?
05 - You Made Me Funny
06 - And How I Hoped For Your Love
07 - When I'm Called Home
08 - Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams
09 - Up Jumped Spring
10 - A Time For Love


Abbey Lincoln - vocals
Stan Getz - tenor saxophone
Maxine Roach - viola
Hank Jones - piano
Charlie Haden - bass
Mark Johnson - drums

This 1991 release followed Abbey Lincoln's THE WORLD IS FALLING DOWN and is a marvelous set of music that marked the beginning of a deserved upswing in Lincoln's popularity. This set features Stan Getz, who provides a wonderful foil for Lincoln's voice. Sadly, Getz died a few months after these sessions, the only collaboration between the two. Lincoln's own songs represent the majority of material on the album; standouts include "Bird Alone" and "When I'm Called Home." A deep sense of spirituality empowers much of this work, one the arises from the way in which Lincoln melds the emotional bearing of blues with the more cerebral forays of jazz. She's backed by a superlative trio of Hank Jones on piano, Charlie Haden on bass, and Mark Johnson on drums. This is an essential title for anyone interested in either Abbey Lincoln or Stan Getz.

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