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Rory Stuart Discography of CDs


Hurricane Hurricane CD (1986)
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Rory Stuart CD discography Studio date with quartet. Also worthwhile. ~ Michael G. Nastos Recorded direct to digital 2-track. Live Recording Personnel: Rory Stuart (guitar, electric guitar); Armen Donelian (piano); Keith Copeland (drums). Recording information: Manhattan Recording Studio, New York, NY (05/13/1986/05/14/1986). Photographer: Christopher Drukker.
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Bittersweet Bittersweet CD (1990)
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Rory Stuart music CDs Live Recording Recorded at Manhattan Recording, New York on July 24-25, 1990 and September 20, 1992. Includes liner notes by Glenn Wilson and Rory Stuart. Personnel: Glenn Wilson (alto flute, bass clarinet, baritone saxophone); Rory Stuart (guitar). Liner Note Authors: Glenn Wilson; Rory Stuart. Recording information: Manhattan Recording, NY (07/24/1990/07/25/1990). Photographer: John Marshall . Personnel: Glenn Wilson (baritone saxophone, bass clarinet, alto flute), Rory Stuart (guitar).
Standards & Insights Standards & Insights CD (2002)
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Rory Stuart albums This 2002 release by vocalist T.J. Graham and guitarist Rory Stuart might ordinarily appear to be a tad outside of the box when compared to this label's largely avant-garde jazz-based catalog. Memphis, TN-based jazz vocalist/educator Graham is a relatively unknown artist who caught the attention of producer Robert Rusch, while Stuart has previously recorded for both the CIMP and Cadence Jazz labels. The majority of these 17 tracks represent something akin to a standards-type songbook. On "I Love You for Sentimental Reasons," Ms. Graham's impassioned manner of spinning a tune comes to fruition, whereby Stuart is the consummate accompanist, whether performing on his hollow-bodied electric or his acoustic guitar. He also maintains the various flows via his articulately executed chord progressions and agile voicings. Simply put, the duo conveys a distinct air of intimacy, as if Graham and Stuart moved two chairs together and decided to tackle these pieces in an impromptu fashion (although it is duly noted that the twosome spent several months working out the arrangements prior to production). On this affable outing marked by few deviations from the norm, the duo's noticeable synergy and organic approach to the material provide the winning edge. ~ Glenn Astarita Personnel: T.J. Graham (vocals); Rory Stuart (guitar). Recording information: 07/23/2001/07/24/2001.
Blue Porpoise Avenue Blue Porpoise Avenue CD (1997)
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Rory Stuart CD discography Glenn Wilson had two recording sessions for the Sunnyside label in 1990. One, Bittersweet, was released in 1992, while the other, this album, was held in the can for almost seven years. That's carrying the don't flood the market concept a bit far. Wilson has a unique tone to the big horn, lighter than many of his contemporaries, but still has a distinctive bop edge. He also shows an extraordinary capability to manipulate his fingering, producing some very compelling improvising, such as with the sole standard on the program, "Some Other Time." The remainder of the play list are either his originals or by piano player Marc Copland and a couple of others, which allow him to engage in some free jazz pyrotechnics, such as on a headstrong "Finder's Keepers." One conspicuous aspect of that track is the guitar of Rory Stuart, which, while captivating in its lyricism, is nowhere as freewheeling as the sax player. In contrast to daring playing on this track comes the title tune, "Blue Porpoise Avenue," with its stop and go by Wilson, as Jeff Hirshfield's drums plough away underneath. The piece evolves into a medium swinging piece with the gentler side of Wilson's emphasized as he exchanges ideas with Stuart. The take off on "If I Only Had a Brain" from the Wizard of Oz modified to plead for seven giant brains with references to "Seven Steps From Heaven," and John Coltrane's "Giant Steps" is a showcase of Wilson dazzling fingering dexterity as he and Copland go toe to ...

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Popular or famous Rory Stuart music songs: Scattered Brotherhood, Ancient Ones, Push-Pull, Hurricane, Rhythm-A-Ning, Lembranças, Sweet Thing. More music songs Reoccuring Dreams. See All Songs

Rory Stuart discography Key Personnel

Member NameWorked With
Rory StuartT.J. Graham, Glenn Wilson

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