Everybody Come On Out

Stanley Turrentine

Everybody Come On Out
  • CAT # OJCCD-911-25

    1. Everybody Come On Out 4:17
    2. Stairway To Heaven 3:58
    3. There Is A Place (Rita's Theme) 6:15
    4. Many Rivers To Cross 4:16
    5. Hope That We Can Be Together Soon 5:52
    6. All By Myself 3:40
    7. Airport Love Theme 5:35
    8. I'm Not In Love 4:02

From the cover photo, it appears to be a beautiful day in Mr. Turrentine's neighborhood, which on this 1976 session with horns and strings takes in a vast territory. A key to the tenor giant's success as a crossover artist is illustrated clearly here--Turrentine applies a passionate commitment to everything he plays that make musician and material sound of a piece. Philly soul, Jamaican reggae, British pop, and Hollywood soundtracks are among the styles that sound second-nature to the Pittsburgh native, as Turrentine and a first-call rhythm section (including Joe Sample, Lee Ritenour, Headhunters Paul Jackson and Harvey Mason, and George Duke under his nom de disque Dawilli Gonga) dig deeply into Wade Marcus's arrangements and make the large ensembles soar.

with Joe Sample, Lee Ritenour, Craig McMullen, Paul Jackson, Harvey Mason, Bill Summers, Dawilli Gonga

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