Les McCann - When It's Over mp3 flac
- Album: When It's Over
- MP3: 1335 mb | FLAC: 1364 mb
- Released: 1974
- Style: Jazz-Funk
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 339
- Format: AUD AIFF AU MP2 AC3 RA MIDI
A4. Somebody's Been Lying 'Bout Me. 3:32. Another Beginning (LP, Album, Pre). Another Beginning (8-Trk, Album).
Another of Les McCann's unabashed stabs at the mainstream market for Quincy Jones' Limelight during the mid-60s, Les McCann Plays The Hits is exactly what the title advertises. Although enjoyable on the whole, it's generally a luke-warm affair for the most part as Les sounds less eager to interpret these tunes than the liner notes would lead you to believe
Les McCann Ltd. The Truth (Album, Comp). Pacific Jazz, Pacific Jazz. Teddy Edwards With Les McCann Ltd. - It's About Time (Album).
Layers is an album by pianist Les McCann recorded in 1972 and released on the Atlantic label. Aside from a three-man percussion section and electric bassist Jimmy Rowser, Layers is entirely electronic, one of the first jazz albums with such an emphasis. this music is truly forward-looking and ahead of its time".
When It’s Over was penned by some folks by the name of Jon Mayer, Billy Barnes and Jill Lynn. I have no idea who they are but this tune of theirs is so good that McCann knew he’d be a fool to not put it on this album. It’s a slow-paced, bluesy jazz tune with gospel-style overtones and a timeless story to tell that continues to send me into a swoon every time I hear it. Yet even the most incredible of compositions are no more than chords and lyrics on paper if the musicians don’t perform it properly.
Beve's Comjumulations. Teddy Edwards, Les McCann Ltd. 7:08. 2:44.
The Truth (Les McCann) 5:54 09. Little Girl from Casper (Les McCann) 2:47 10. They Can't Take Away from Me (G. & I. Gershwin) 2:42 11. Gone On and Get That Church (Les McCann) 3:25 1. He co-produced and co-headlined the debut album from Lou Rawls, Stormy Monday (1960), and guested on each other's records with Stanley Turrentine, who played sax on McCann's In New York (1960) and McCann on Turrentine's That's Where It's At (1960). His personal relationships with jazz legends such as Miles Davis, Art Blakey, and Duke Ellington as well as many other great historical characters, have been documented in a collection of more than 8000 photographs that Les has taken over the years. As a serious photographer, Les has built a darkroom in his home, and has sold a significant number of pieces.
The soulful album released in 1974 peaked at on Billboard’s Top Jazz Albums. Included on the album are the extraordinary Someday We’ll Meet Again, My Soul Lies Deep and Maybe You’ll Come Back. This mind-bending recording has never sounded better. Les McCann reached the peak of his career at the 1969 Montreux Jazz Festival, recording Compared to What and Cold Duck Time for Atlantic (Swiss Movement) with Eddie Harris and Benny Bailey. Although he has done some worthwhile work since then, much of it has been anticlimactic. Tracklist: 1 Maybe You’ll Come Back 3:58 2 The Song Of Love 3:14 3 When It’s Over 10:28 4 Somebody’s Been Lying ‘Bout Me 3:32 5 Go On And Cry 5:23 6 My Soul Lies Deep 5:19 7 The Morning Song 3:38 8 Someday We’ll Meet Again 6:58.
It's all gone wrong Heaven hold us We've lost the sun Heaven told us The world was strong Heaven hold us Where do we go When it's all over? Come back from the future Before we didn't fall Can the broken sky unleash One more sunrise for the dawn.