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Grover Washington Jr. - Gold (2006)  Music

Posted by TmanHome at Aug. 30, 2015
Grover Washington Jr. - Gold (2006)

Grover Washington Jr. - Gold (2006)
Smooth Jazz | MP3 320 kbps CBR | Artworks | 153:46 min | 363 MB
Label: Hip-O Records | Rel: 2006

Spanning three decades, this collection gathers material from his career with Motown, Elektra, and Columbia Records. It paints a broad yet clear picture of a gifted musician. His most successful recording of course was his collaboration with Bill Withers, "Just The Two Of Us" which is here in its long version. Other guest appearances include Grady Tate, Patti Labelle, Bill Cosby (no, he doesn't sing), Phyllis Hyman and Lalah Hathaway. In addition to his own compositions, he does his own interpretation of "Mercy Mercy Me"(Marvin Gaye), "You Are The Sunshine Of My Life"(Stevie Wonder) and "Jamming"(Bob Marley). The last two tracks were released posthumously. The liner notes give a good backstory of his rise to stardom.

Grover Washington Jr - Standing Room Only (2003) [Repost]  Music

Posted by robi62 at March 21, 2013
Grover Washington Jr - Standing Room Only (2003) [Repost]

Grover Washington Jr - Standing Room Only (2003) [Repost]
Video: PAL, MPEG-2 at 6 941 Kbps, 720 x 576 (1.333) at 25.000 fps | Audio: AC-3 6ch. at 448 Kbps, AC-3 2ch. at 224 Kbps, 48.0 KHz
Genre: Jazz | Label: Sony Music | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 21 April 2003 | Runtime: 57 min. | 3,15 GB (DVD5)

One of the most popular saxophonists of all time, Grover Washington, Jr. was a pacesetter in his field. With roots in rhythm and blues and soul-jazz organ combinations, he also played straight-ahead jazz. A highly influential player, Washington pushes himself with the spontaneity and chance-taking of a masterful jazz musician.A renowned live performer, Washington is able to display his own personal voices on soprano, tenor, alto and even his infrequently used baritone sax.
Grover Washington, Jr. - Mister Magic (1974) 24-Bit/96-kHz Vinyl Rip

Grover Washington, Jr. - Mister Magic
Vinyl Rip in 24-Bit/96-kHz | FLAC tracks | Full Scan Covers | MU, RS | 707 MB 3% recovery
1974 | Genre: Jazz | Label: Kudu Records | KU-20 | US pressing
Rated 4.5 out of 5 star by AllMusic Guide
Reached #1 on Billboard Jazz Albums 1975

This is one of Grover Washington, Jr.'s best-loved recordings and considered a classic of r&bish jazz. All four songs (which includes Billy Strayhorn's "Passion Flower") are quite enjoyable but it is "Mister Magic" that really caught on as a major hit. Bob James provided the colorful if somewhat commercial arrangements, there are spots for guitarist Eric Gale, and Washington (mostly on tenor and soprano) is heard in particularly creative form. Highly recommended.
(Scott Yanow - AllMusic Guide)
Grover Washington. Jr. - The Best Of Grover Washington. Jr. (1996)

Grover Washington. Jr. - The Best Of Grover Washington. Jr. (1996)
2CD | EAC-Rip | FLAC-tracks +cue +log +SCANS | March 19, 1996 | 917,16 Mb
Genre: Jazz, Fusion | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Motown Records / Sony Music | Hotfile, Turbobit, Fileserve, Filesonic

Anthology is a copulation of the greatest hits from perhaps the greatest Sax player ever. Every song on this Album is a masterpiece, and well worth the money spent. There are so many timeless classics on This two CD set, like "Georgia On My Mind" and "Ain't No Sunshine." My only complaint would be the fact "Winelight" was not included, but I own the CD so not too much of a loss. If you love Jazz, especially if you love the sax, I highly recommend this album.
Grover Washington, Jr. - Soul Box Vol.2 (1973) 24-Bit/96-kHz Vinyl Rip

Grover Washington, Jr. - Soul Box Vol.2
Vinyl Rip in 24-Bit/96-kHz | FLAC tracks | no cue | no log | Covers | Rapidshare + FileFactory | 762 MB
1973 | Genre: Jazz | Label: Kudu | KU-13 | US pressing | Vinyl: VG+

Maturity for jazzmen has often been equated with the ability to speak passionately in a ballad setting and in this regard Washington never flags from his responsibilities. Both “Don’t Explain” and “Easy Living” find the saxophonist in peak form. His tone is lush and fervent, but never too sweet or saccharine. By contrast, funkier numbers like “Masterpiece” and “Taurian Matador” feature Washington at his soulful best in a style that has likely influenced scores of “lite jazz” saxophonists over the years but has never sounded quite as convincing in anyone’s hands but this master.
( Andrew Hovan - )
The Manhattans - It Feels So Good (Expanded Version) (1977/2016) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

The Manhattans - It Feels So Good (Expanded Version) (1977/2016)
R&B, Soul/Funk, Disco | FLAC (tracks), 24bit/96kHz | 63:17 Min. | 1,59 Gb (incl 5%) | Front Cover (.pdf)
Label: Columbia/Legacy | Tracks: 15 | Released: 2016-07-01 (1977)

Another addition to the Manhattans' bulging cache of mellow sounds. Gerald Alston, Winnie Lovett, Ernest Bivens and Kenny Kelly made a career of recording romance, heartache and make-out tunes. The popular "We Never Danced to a Love Song" fits in well with their other ballads, as does the majestic "It Just Can't Stay this Way" and "Let's Start All Over Again." They hit the charts with the somewhat contrived "I Kinda Miss You," and the title track, the eloquent "It Feels So Good to Be Loved So Bad" is classic - the harmony is tight and they add a little doo wop for good measure.
Grover Washington Jr. - Winelight (1980/2013) [Official Digital Download 24/192]

Grover Washington Jr. - Winelight (1980/2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/192 kHz | Time - 39:11 minutes | 1,58 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Winelight is a smooth, well produced groove, that flows together nicely. It is an album good for waking up to on a Sunday morning, or playing while enjoying a bottle of wine late Saturday night. The songs feature enough tempo changes to keep things interesting, and Grover extends several of his solos, often playing beyond the context of the song. Ralph MacDonald’s percussion is particularly effective throughout the album.

Grover Washington, Jr. - Time Out Of Mind (1989)  Music

Posted by JET 1 at Aug. 27, 2016
Grover Washington, Jr. - Time Out Of Mind (1989)

Grover Washington, Jr. - Time Out Of Mind (1989)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 350 MB | Covers Included
Genre: Smooth Jazz | Label: CBS | Catalog Number: 465526

One of the most electrified of Grover Washington, Jr.'s albums, this Columbia set features the popular saxophonist (who plays soprano, alto and tenor) joined by oversized rhythm sections and plenty of keyboards on a variety of funky and danceable material.

Grover Washington, Jr. - All My Tomorrows (1994) {Columbia}  Music

Posted by tiburon at June 2, 2016
Grover Washington, Jr. - All My Tomorrows (1994) {Columbia}

Grover Washington, Jr. - All My Tomorrows (1994) {Columbia}
EAC 0.99pb5 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 444MB + 5% Recovery
MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 214MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz

Eddie Henderson's lovely flugelhorn colors the opening track, "E Preciso Perdoar (One Must Forgive)," setting the mood for a very mellow set. Washington, accompanied by six pieces, plays the standards straighter than Johnny Mathis sings them; everything is ratcheted down '40s-ish/'50s-ish cozy nightclub style.
The Ikettes - Can't Sit Down… 'Cos it feels so good! (The Complete Modern Recordings 1963-65) (2007) {Ace Records}

The Ikettes - Can't Sit Down… 'Cos it feels so good! (The Complete Modern Recordings 1963-65) (2007) {Ace Records}
XLD rip (secure mode) | FLAC (image)+CUE+LOG -> 460 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 176 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 93 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2007 Ace Records / Kent Records | CDKEND 276
Rhythm & Blues / Soul

Like Ike & Tina Turner, the Ikettes had a pretty confusing recording career, releasing numerous discs for several labels and enduring several lineup changes. They did, however, settle at Modern for a while in the mid-'60s, releasing six singles and one LP for the company. This 27-track compilation includes all of that material, as well as some solo recordings by Ikettes Venetta Fields and Flora Williams (aka Delores Johnson), adding quite a few outtakes and alternate takes not issued in the '60s. It's not, it should be a clarified, a greatest-hits compilation; it doesn't include anything not recorded for Modern, which means it doesn't have their biggest hit, 1962's Top 20 single "I'm Blue (The Gong-Gong Song)" (released on Atco), though it does have their only other Top 40 pop entry, 1965's "Peaches 'n' Cream."