||Mama Blue Shoes (2011) |
KENNETH NASH songs Mama Blue Shoes is the latest album from jazz percussion master Kenneth Nash. Breaking out into a superbly syncopated realm all his own, this accomplished ...
||Reaching Out (Radio Edit) (2011) |
KENNETH NASH CD discography Track Listing of songs: Reaching Out;
||Secrets (1976) |
KENNETH NASH albums This is a specially imported limited edition 20-bit digital remaster from Japan.
Having long since established his funk credentials, Herbie Hancock continues the direction of Head ...
||I'll Be Thinking of You (1979) |
KENNETH NASH songs Personnel: Andraé Crouch (vocals, background vocals); Danniebelle Hall (vocals); Dean Parks, Larry Carlton (guitar); Jay Grayden, David Williams (guitars); Dorothy Ashby (harp); Stevie Wonder (harmonica); ...
||Well-Matched: The Best of Merl Saunders & Jerry Garcia (2006) |
KENNETH NASH music CDs The music made by Jerry Garcia and keyboardist Merle Saunders, a mellow fusion of R&B, jazz, and blues, may be familiar to Grateful Dead fans, ...
||Encounters (2012) |
KENNETH NASH CD discography With a vast lineup of some of the greatest names in jazz performing a diverse and ambitious set of original compositions, composer and guitarist Jaiman ...
||Feelin' So Blue (1981) |
KENNETH NASH discography Digitally remastered by Kirk Felton (1997, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California).
This album has a variety of recordings Herman cut for Fantasy during 1973-75 that had not ...
||Having a Party (1977) Remastered; Reissued; Limited Edition|
KENNETH NASH albums Released in 1977, Having a Party was the Pointer Sisters' final album during a five-year stint with Blue Thumb Records, and the ladies' first offering ...
||Some West Coast Priase (2009) |
KENNETH NASH CD discography Intentionally diverse, from doo-wop to funk. From traditional gospel to world music flavor but all christ-centered. Joyous and happy and some very 'danceable'. Three 'smooth-jazz' instrumental selections for good measure.
||This Is Jazz #35 (1998) |
KENNETH NASH music CDs Herbie Hancock's edition in the Columbia This Is Jazz series draws six tracks from the approximately 12-year period between 1974 and 1986. An electric band ...
||Fire Up+ (1992) |
KENNETH NASH songs As seems to be the case with many of the Fantasy Records' CD reissues of the various Merl Saunders (keyboards/vocals) and Jerry Garcia (guitar/vocals) collaborations ...
||Gene Ammons and Friends at Montreux (1973) |
KENNETH NASH albums Digitally remastered by Kirk Felton (1999, Fantasy, Berkeley, California).
This set was recorded in 1973 at the Montreux Jazz Festival. Ammons, who had been working regularly ...
||Best of Herbie Hancock (1979) |
KENNETH NASH discography Recorded at CBS Recording Studios, The Automatt and Wally Heider Recording Studio, San Francisco, California; The Village Recorder, Los Angeles, California.
Engineers include: David Rubinson, Fred ...
||Best Of Herbie Hancock (1988) |
KENNETH NASH CD discography Track Listing of songs: Watermelon Man; Driftin'; Maiden Voyage; Dolphin Dance; One Finger Snap; Cantaloupe Island; Riot; Speak Like a Child; King Cobra;
||Land Of Spirit And Light (1973) |
KENNETH NASH music CDs Released in 1974, Michael White's The Land of Spirit and Light is a spiritual jazz classic. Ambitious, outrageously creative, and aesthetically restless, it is simply ...
||Love Will Find a Way (1977) |
KENNETH NASH discography Recording information: Kendun Records, Burbank, CA.
Photographer: Ed Caraeff.
Arrangers: McKinley Jackson; Paul Riser.
Personnel: Pharoah Sanders (vocals, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone, percussion); Pharoah Sanders; Norman Connors (vocals, ...
||Face to Face (2008) |
Audio Mixers: Ed Cherney ; Michael Frondelli.
Personnel: Professor R.J. Ross (vocals, piano, electric piano, synthesizer); Jerry Stucker (guitar, bass instrument); Ernie Watts, John Smith, Melecio ...
||Elements (1973) |
Digitally remastered by Joe Tarantino (1996, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California).
This is one of the odder Joe Henderson recordings. The four lengthy selections not only feature the great tenor-saxophonist but the piano and harp of Alice Coltrane (during one of her rare appearances as a sideman), violinist Michael White, bassist Charlie Haden, percussionist ...
||Bye Bye Birdie (2001) Remastered|
Music:Charles Strouse. Lyrics: Lee Adams.W/C.Rivera,P.Marshal