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Turning N Point - The Melvin Sparks Band - What You Hear Is What You Get (CD, Album)

8 Replies to “ Turning N Point - The Melvin Sparks Band - What You Hear Is What You Get (CD, Album) ”

  1. Faedal says:
    ”Turning Point by Daysahead features the compelling voice of Kim Leachman and artistry of guitarist Steve Wright near perfect marriage artistically high energy music with lyrical substance.” Contemporary Jazz. International music group Daysahead was recently featured at the Intwasa Arts Festival in .
  2. Araran says:
    Aug 30,  · "The Melvin Sparks Band" with Melvin Sparks Bill Carbone Matt Orstrecher #nvaralnonunozireeronebedelo.coinfo - Duration: straightupstellao 4, views.
  3. Shakalar says:
    Melvin Sparks - Band Intro (Live) A cool thing about music is that when you follow a band for a long time, you eventually get turned on to the music that influenced them. You get to hear all kinds of exciting new music, and start digging deep, going down groovy rabbit holes to discover great musicians you might not find on your own.
  4. Faegore says:
    Although not a huge name in jazz, Melvin Sparks brought his Grant Green-influenced guitar to quite a few soul-jazz and organ combo recordings of the late '60s and early '70s. A lover of jazz as well as R&B and blues, the Houston native took up the gu.
  5. Mom says:
    Mar 16,  · Sparks waxed the groove-laden I’m A Gittar Player (Cannonball, ) and four discs for the Savant label including What You Hear Is What You Get () and This Is It! (). Melvin Sparks-Hassan was born March 22, , in Houston, Texas.
  6. Ner says:
    A never-issued album by funky guitar legend Melvin Sparks – recorded right after his final record for the Westbound label, and appearing here for the first time ever! Sparks first rose to fame via funky work with Lonnie Smith and Lou Donaldson in the late 60s, the cut some killer albums of his own and with organist Leon Spencer in the 60s – before disappearing a bit until a great revival.
  7. Akicage says:
    Look up those terms in Webster's and you will see a picture of Melvin Sparks credited with the being the originators of the genre. No he is the Master of the Groove, Funk, Soul, Soul-Jazz, Barbeque Funk, whatever you want to call it Melvin is THE guitar player! Melvin Sparks is a guitar PLAYAH. Melvin has only one gear and that is groovin'.
  8. Aralmaran says:
    Elvin’s sounding good, Ron sounds great on here. And in terms of the recording of this album, you can hear Rudy Van Gelder’s sound start to change. Elvin’s drums don’t quite have that s sound, that kind of In ‘N Out, Inner Urge, Speak No Evil kind of sound that he had in earlier Blue Note sessions. I’m sure it’s a combination.

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