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Shirley Scott - Jazz For A Lazy Day (2015)

11-09-2015, 16:29
Music | Jazz

Shirley Scott - Jazz For A Lazy Day (2015)

Artist: Shirley Scott
Title Of Album: Jazz For A Lazy Day
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Jazz
Label: MMT
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 77:28
Total Size: 184 MB
Covers: Front

01. Bridge Blue (5:33)
02. Sposin' (4:20)
03. The Scott (3:10)
04. Miles' Theme (3:30)
05. Bye Bye Blackbird (6:37)
06. Goodbye (4:59)
07. Slaughter On 10th Avenue (3:38)
08. It Could Happen To You (4:33)
09. All Of You (3:22)
10. Autumn Leaves (5:49)
11. Brazil (2:26)
12. Baby Won't You Please Come Home (4:01)
13. Four (3:52)
14. I Can't See For Lookin' (4:10)
15. Cherokee (5:20)
16. There Will Never Be Another You (3:21)
17. Summertime (3:57)
18. Nothing Ever Changes My Love For You (4:40)

An admirer of the seminal Jimmy Smith, Shirley Scott has been one of the organ's most appealing representatives since the late '50s. Scott, a very melodic and accessible player, started out on piano and played trumpet in high school before taking up the Hammond B-3 and enjoying national recognition in the late '50s with her superb Prestige dates with tenor sax great Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis. Especially popular was their 1958 hit "In the Kitchen." Her reputation was cemented during the '60s on several superb, soulful organ/soul-jazz dates where she demonstrated an aggressive, highly rhythmic attack blending intricate bebop harmonies with bluesy melodies and a gospel influence, punctuating everything with great use of the bass pedals. Scott married soul-jazz tenor man Stanley Turrentine, with whom she often recorded in the '60s. The Scott/Turrentine union lasted until the early '70s, and their musical collaborations in the '60s were among the finest in the field. Scott wasn't as visible the following decade, when the popularity of organ combos decreased and labels were more interested in fusion and pop-jazz (though she did record some albums for Chess/Cadet and Strata East). But organists regained their popularity in the late '80s, which found her recording for Muse. Though known primarily for her organ playing, Scott is also a superb pianist -- in the 1990s, she played piano exclusively on some trio recordings for Candid, and embraced the instrument consistently in Philly jazz venues in the early part of the decade. At the end of the '90s, Scott's heart was damaged by the diet drug combination, fen-phen, leading to her declining health. In 2000 she was awarded $8 million in a lawsuit against the manufacturers of the drug. On March 10, 2002 she died of heart failure at Presbyterian Hospital in Philadelphia. ~ Alex Henderson and Ron Wynn

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