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Marlena Shaw California Soul
02 :59
02
James Reese And The Progressions Let's Go (It's Summertime)
02 :50
03
Lorez Alexandria Baltimore Oriole
02 :47
04
Gettysbyrg Address Baby True
03 :34
05
Lemuria Hunk Of Heaven
04 :13
06
Remigio Ducros Scherzi Pesanti
01 :48
07
MaseQua Myers & Jami Ayinde Black Land Of The Nile
02 :56
08
Carmen McRae & The Dave Brubeck Quartet Take Five
02 :14
09
Mary Lou Williams One
01 :23
10
Soul Toronados Bobby's Mood
02 :58
11
Terea Pretty Bird
04 :05
12
Le Groupe X Transfert 2002
03 :41
ARTIST
TITLE
Hunk Of Heaven
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
JMAN 010CD JMAN 010CD
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RELEASE DATE
3/30/2010

2005 release. Volume four of the highly-collectible Jazzman 7" series. Jazzman celebrates the weird and wonderful world of groovy 7" records of the '60s and '70s with this collection of tracks taken from their marvelous 7" vinyl releases. Jazzman has been trawling the bottomless pits of used record bins for years, tracking down old musicians and persuading the world's greatest record collectors to part with their gems -- and yet again they have surfaced with a bounteous treasure of unknown and obscure aural artifacts. Only the best music gets a release on one these 7" records, purely devoted to the sublime and the obscure, the grand and the glorious -- both on A-side AND B-side. DJs and music lovers alike all over the world make sure they get one for their box. Hunk Of Heaven includes 12 songs, all taken straight from Jazzman's 7"s releases. Marlena Shaw, with her classy version of the anthemic "California Soul," lays down some impeccable credentials to start. Then, there is an essential recording by the much-loved jazz diva Lorez Alexandria, the heat is turned up on the dancefloor with Hawaii's 16-member/4 vocalist funk/boogie ensemble Lemuria, heads are turned by the unknown Masequa Myers, Carmen McRae adds her low, smooth jazz vocals to Dave Brubeck 4tet's version of the classic "Take Five," and things are chilled with Gettysburg Address. Other artists include: James Reese, Remigio Ducross, Mary Lou Williams, Soul Toronados, Terea, and Le Groupe X.