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Smiling - Charles Earland - Live At The Lighthouse (Vinyl, LP, Album)

20.10.2019
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8 thoughts on “ Smiling - Charles Earland - Live At The Lighthouse (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. US stereo original issue of LP. Note the corner ding front cover bottom right, still in shrink (not sealed) this is the only thing that marks the cover down from Excellent.
  2. Live at the Lighthouse is a live album by organist Charles Earland which was recorded at the Lighthouse Café in Hermosa Beach in and released on the Prestige label.
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Charles Earland - Live At The Lighthouse at Discogs. Complete your Charles Earland collection/5(33).
  4. Live at the Lighthouse, an Album by Charles Earland. Released in on Prestige (catalog no. PR ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Soul Jazz, Jazz-Funk/5(1).
  5. A fantastic album by Charles Earland – and one which, like many of his Muse albums, has a groove that he hardly ever managed to put on wax with other labels at the time! The band – which features Grady Tate, Melvin Sparks, Bill Hardman, and Houston Person – comps in a perfect groove, while Earland leads them through long modal lines that provide an excellent showcase for his.
  6. On Live at the Lighthouse, soprano and alto man Jimmy Vass stands out, as does trombonist Clifford Adams. Earland's own playing on these dates is nothing short of magnificent, inspired, and even revelatory. He digs out the heart of each tune and puts it on display, improvising where he finds the grit and pulling his band out on the edge with him.5/5(1).
  7. There were a number of different sides to Charles Earland's musical personality, all of them capable of representing him fully in any given moment. This date from at the legendary Lighthouse club offers a stunning vision of Earland the soul organist, not the jazzman. Certainly there is plenty of improvisation here and many unexpected twists and turns in the arrangements, with decisions.
  8. This two-fer CD pairs 's Live at the Lighthouse with the less impressive, though still worthy, album Kharma, which was recorded at that year's Montreux Jazz gajinnmunilsacoibandis.xyzinfo the head of a sextet on Live at the Lighthouse, Earland spearheaded some first-class soul-jazz, which integrated some funk and rock of the early '70s without sounding like a watered-down cocktail of all those styles.

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