Reissue features the latest digital remastering and the high-fidelity SHM-CD format (compatible with standard CD player) and the latest DSD / HR Cutting remastering. Comes with a description. Features the original LP designs. A Touch of Taylor is an album by American jazz pianist Billy Taylor recorded in 1955 for the Prestige label. The album was one of the first 12-inch LPs released by the label.
The Reasoning’s 2012 album "Adventures in Neverland" showcases this now well-established band at their very best, bringing you their most ambitious and comprehensive work to date. Combining irresistibly rocky riffs and powerful, driving beats with luscious vocals and tantalising chorus melodies that will haunt its audience long after every listen; this album is rich in musical soundscapes. Each track captures The Reasoning’s distinctive style and emphasises the talent of all five of the band members, pushing musical boundaries and exploring new and diverse possibilities.
Great Friends is an artifact. Recorded on July 7, 1986, at Sysmo Studio in Paris, it is the only recorded output of the aggregation that included alto saxophonist Sonny Fortune, tenor saxophonist Billy Harper, Stanley Cowell at the piano, bassist Reggie Workman, and drummer Billy Hart. Until this reissue on the Pennsylvania indie Evidence Music, Great Friends was only available in Europe, on the French label Black & Blue. While led by the bristling tones of Fortune's alto, the recording gives equal time to each musician, allowing its titular egalitarianism to color each of the eight tracks included. Workman's bass solos on Stanley Cowell's "Equipoise" and his own "Synapse," in particular, reveal the clear lines of communication that define this recording.