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Five CD set containing six stellar albums spanning the years 1987-1996. Legendary saxophonist Grover Washington, Jr. Was justifiably considered an influential pioneer in fusing jazz, soul, R&B and pop and bringing his distinctive sound to mainstream audiences globally. Four of the six albums -Strawberry Moon (1987), Time Out Of Mind (1989), Next Exit (1992) and Soulful Strut (1996), his final LP for Columbia - achieved success on the U. S. R&B, jazz and pop charts, while two albums, 1988's Then And Now (with guest players such as Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Grady Tate) and 1994's All My Tomorrows (featuring Eddie Henderson, Bobby Watson, Hank Jones, Robin Eubanks and Billy Hart) were both critically acclaimed by audiences demonstrating Grover's skill as a 'straight ahead' jazz musician of the first order. Various special guest vocal performances by Jean Carne ('The Look Of Love', 'Keep In Touch'), Phyllis Hyman ('Sacred Kind Of Love'), B. B. King ('Caught A Touch Of Your Love'), Nancy Wilson ('Your Love'), Lalah Hathaway ('Love Like This') and The Four Tops' Levi Stubbs ('Till You Return To Me') are among the many highlights of Grover's tenure with Columbia Records along with bonus tracks, 'Protect The Dream' (originally released on the CD version of Time Out Mind); 'Every Day A Little Death', (from the 1995 Sony album, "Color And Light: Jazz Sketches On Sondheim"); 'Heat Index' and 'The Night Fantastic', both originally included on "Prime Cuts," a Columbia Records' compilation released in 1999, the year Grover passed away at the age of 56.
Five CD set containing six stellar albums spanning the years 1987-1996. Legendary saxophonist Grover Washington, Jr. Was justifiably considered an influential pioneer in fusing jazz, soul, R&B and pop and bringing his distinctive sound to mainstream audiences globally. Four of the six albums -Strawberry Moon (1987), Time Out Of Mind (1989), Next Exit (1992) and Soulful Strut (1996), his final LP for Columbia - achieved success on the U. S. R&B, jazz and pop charts, while two albums, 1988's Then And Now (with guest players such as Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Grady Tate) and 1994's All My Tomorrows (featuring Eddie Henderson, Bobby Watson, Hank Jones, Robin Eubanks and Billy Hart) were both critically acclaimed by audiences demonstrating Grover's skill as a 'straight ahead' jazz musician of the first order. Various special guest vocal performances by Jean Carne ('The Look Of Love', 'Keep In Touch'), Phyllis Hyman ('Sacred Kind Of Love'), B. B. King ('Caught A Touch Of Your Love'), Nancy Wilson ('Your Love'), Lalah Hathaway ('Love Like This') and The Four Tops' Levi Stubbs ('Till You Return To Me') are among the many highlights of Grover's tenure with Columbia Records along with bonus tracks, 'Protect The Dream' (originally released on the CD version of Time Out Mind); 'Every Day A Little Death', (from the 1995 Sony album, "Color And Light: Jazz Sketches On Sondheim"); 'Heat Index' and 'The Night Fantastic', both originally included on "Prime Cuts," a Columbia Records' compilation released in 1999, the year Grover passed away at the age of 56.
5013929088603
Grover Washington, Jr. - Sacred Kind Of Love: The Columbia Recordings

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Format: CD
Label: SMUR
Rel. Date: 07/26/2019
UPC: 5013929088603

Sacred Kind Of Love: The Columbia Recordings
Artist: Grover Washington, Jr.
Format: CD
New: Available In Store $37.99
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DISC: 1

1. Strawberry Moon
2. The Look of Love (Feat. Jean Carne)
3. Shivaree Ride
4. Caught a Touch of Your Love
5. Maddie's Blues
6. I Will Be Here for You
7. Monte Carlo Nights
8. Keep in Touch (Feat. Jean Carne)
9. Summer Nights 1
10. Blues for D.P 1
11. Just Enough 1
12. French Connections 1
13. Something Borrowed, Something Blue 1
14. Lullaby for Shana Bly 1
15. Stolen Moments 1
16. In a Sentimental Mood 1
17. Stella By Starlight 1
18. Jamaica 1
19. Gramercy Park 2
20. Sacred Kind of Love (Feat. Phyllis Hyman) 2
21. Brand New Age 2
22. Fly Away 2
23. Don't Take Your Love from Me 2
24. Time Out of Mind 2
25. Split Second (Act II, the Bar Scene) 2
26. Nice-N-Easy 2
27. Unspoken Love 2
28. Protect the Dream 2
29. Take Five (Another Five) 3
30. Your Love 3
31. Only for You (Siempre Para D'sera) 3
32. Greene Street 3
33. Next Exit 3
34. I Miss Home 3
35. Love Like This (Feat. Lalah Hathaway) Summer Chill 3
36. Till You Return to Me 3
37. Get on Up 3
38. Check Out Grover 3
39. All My Tomorrows 4
40. É Preciso Perdoar 4
41. When I Fall in Love 4
42. I'm Glad There Is You 4
43. Happenstance 4
44. All My Tomorrows 4
45. Nature Boy 4
46. Please Send Me Someone to Love 4
47. Overjoyed 4
48. Flamingo 4
49. For Heaven's Sake 5
50. Estate ("Ess-Tah-Tay") (In Summer) 5
51. Every Day a Little Death (From a Little Night Music) 5
52. Soulful Strut 5
53. Can You Stop the Rain 5
54. Play That Groove for Me 5
55. Bordertown 5
56. I Can Count the Times 5
57. Village Groove 5
58. Headman's Haunt 5
59. Poacher Man 6
60. Mystical Force 6
61. Uptown 6
62. Heat Index 6
63. The Night Fantastic

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Five CD set containing six stellar albums spanning the years 1987-1996. Legendary saxophonist Grover Washington, Jr. Was justifiably considered an influential pioneer in fusing jazz, soul, R&B and pop and bringing his distinctive sound to mainstream audiences globally. Four of the six albums -Strawberry Moon (1987), Time Out Of Mind (1989), Next Exit (1992) and Soulful Strut (1996), his final LP for Columbia - achieved success on the U. S. R&B, jazz and pop charts, while two albums, 1988's Then And Now (with guest players such as Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Grady Tate) and 1994's All My Tomorrows (featuring Eddie Henderson, Bobby Watson, Hank Jones, Robin Eubanks and Billy Hart) were both critically acclaimed by audiences demonstrating Grover's skill as a 'straight ahead' jazz musician of the first order. Various special guest vocal performances by Jean Carne ('The Look Of Love', 'Keep In Touch'), Phyllis Hyman ('Sacred Kind Of Love'), B. B. King ('Caught A Touch Of Your Love'), Nancy Wilson ('Your Love'), Lalah Hathaway ('Love Like This') and The Four Tops' Levi Stubbs ('Till You Return To Me') are among the many highlights of Grover's tenure with Columbia Records along with bonus tracks, 'Protect The Dream' (originally released on the CD version of Time Out Mind); 'Every Day A Little Death', (from the 1995 Sony album, "Color And Light: Jazz Sketches On Sondheim"); 'Heat Index' and 'The Night Fantastic', both originally included on "Prime Cuts," a Columbia Records' compilation released in 1999, the year Grover passed away at the age of 56.
        
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