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Mark Turner , Tad Shull - Two Tenor Ballads Album
Mark Turner , Tad Shull - Two Tenor Ballads Album
Performer: Mark Turner , Tad Shull
Title: Two Tenor Ballads
Label: Criss Cross Jazz
Country: Netherlands
Released: 2000
Cat: Criss 1182 CD
Rating: 4.6/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2184 mb | MP3 size: 2864 mb | WMA size: 1806 mb
Genre: Jazz
Tracklist

1What's My Name
Written-By – Saxon, Wells
7:11
2Autumn In New York
Composed By – V. Duke
6:22
3You've Changed
Written-By – Carey, Fischer
4Alone Together
Written-By – Dietz-Schwartz
6:45
5I Forgot To Remember
Written-By – L. Thompson
7:28
6Turn Out The Stars
Composed By – B. Evans
10:19
7A Flower Is a Lovesome Thing
Composed By – B. Strayhorn
9:54
8Blue In Green
Composed By – M. Davis
6:29
9Very Early
Composed By – B. Evans
6:20

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
Criss 1182 CDMark Turner , Tad Shull Mark Turner , Tad Shull - Two Tenor Ballads ‎(CD, Album)Criss Cross JazzCriss 1182 CDJapan2000

Credits

  • BassLarry Grenadier
  • DesignGerry Teekens, H. Bloemendaal
  • DrumsBilly Drummond
  • EngineerMax Bolleman
  • Executive Producer – K. Hasselpflug
  • Liner NotesTed Panken
  • Photography ByG.T.
  • PianoKevin Hays
  • ProducerGerry Teekens
  • Tenor SaxophoneMark Turner , Tad Shull

Notes

Recorded at RPM Studio, New York City on December 30, 1994.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 8712474118229

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Criss Cross Jazz
  • Copyright (c) – Criss Cross Jazz
  • Recorded At – RPM Studio, Englewood, NJ

Album

Two Tenor Ballads - Larry Grenadier, Mark Turner, Kevin Hays, Billy Drummond, Tad Shull. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Two Tenor Ballads is an album by saxophonists Mark Turner and Tad Shull which was recorded in 1994 but not released until 2000 by the Criss Cross Jazz label. Like Ben Webster or Coleman Hawkins, Tad Shull's tone is harder while Turner's is light and reminiscent of Warne Marsh. Tenor saxophonists Tad Shull and Mark Turner had only met the day before Two Tenor Ballads was recorded but immediately found a mutual love of these classic melodies. Tried and true standards like Autumn in New York, Alone Together, and A Flower Is a Lovesome Thing are used as duet vehicles while Shull is solo on I Forgot to Remember and You've Changed. Album 2000 9 Songs. Mark Turner, Tad Shull, Kevin Hays, Larry Grenadier & Billy Drummond. Autumn In New York. Blue In Green. Two Tenor Ballads is a post bop music album recording by MARK TURNER released in 1994 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. Bass Larry Grenadier Drums Billy Drummond Piano Kevin Hays Tenor Saxophone Mark Turner , Tad Shull. About this release. Criss Cross Jazz Criss 1182 CDNetherlands. Recorded December 30, 1994 at RPM Studio, New York City. Thanks to snobb for the addition. Pairing Mark Turner with swing specialist Tad Shull was an inspired idea, but on Two Tenor Ballads their interaction level is virtually nil. Their playing, supported by the fine rhythm section of Grenadier, pianist Kevin Hays and drummer Billy Drummond, is beautiful throughout-Shulls gorgeous sound borrows from Don Byas and Lucky Thompson to great effect-but its little more than a blowing session, and on half the tracks the saxophonists play alone with the rhythm section. Turners recent Ballad Session Warner Bros. is more satisfying and his playing is much better, but this Criss Cross alb. Mark Turner & Tad Shull- tenor saxophone, Kevin Hays- piano, Larry Grenadier- bass, Billy Drummond- drums. Recording Criss Cross Two Tenor Ballads Mark Turner. Two Tenor Ballads by C. Andrew Hovan. About Mark Turner. Articles Tour Music Photos Related Search SHOP. Help improve the Two Tenor Ballads page. All About Jazz musician pages are maintained by musicians, publicists and trusted members like you. Interested Tell us why you would like to improve the Two Tenor Ballads musician page. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist Sample. A Flower Is A Lovesome Thing. Frankly Mark Turner aand many other jazz guys sound a lot better playing standards than their own new songs. More melody to put that great tone into A whole set of jazz standard ballads with two tenor saxes weaving patterns around each other without ever bumping into one another. Both with great sound and sweet tone Tad Shull's sound is deeper and darker. Cover information about the songs on the release Two Tenor Ballads by Mark Turner - Tad Shull: who covered the songs, who sang the . Status: Official