Download links and information about Soul Summit by Gene Ammons, Jack McDuff, Sonny Stitt. This album was released in 1989 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz, Bop genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 01:13:15 minutes.
|Artist:||Gene Ammons, Jack McDuff, Sonny Stitt|
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz, Bop|
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|3.||When You Wish Upon a Star||4:35|
|6.||Out In the Cold Again||6:43|
|7.||Love, I've Found You (featuring Clark Terry, Red Holloway, Oliver Nelson)||5:06|
|8.||But Not for Me (featuring Etta Jones)||4:24|
|9.||Too Marvellous for Words (featuring Clark Terry, Red Holloway, Oliver Nelson)||3:52|
|10.||If You Are But a Dream (featuring Etta Jones)||4:19|
|12.||Ballad for Baby||6:09|
|13.||Cool, Cool Daddy (featuring Etta Jones)||4:50|
The two early-'60s LPs in the Soul Summit series featured some of the many collaborations of tenors Gene Ammons and Sonny Stitt, who are joined by organist Jack McDuff and drummer Charlie Persip. Their six performances are primarily riff tunes, with "When You Wish Upon a Star" taken at a medium pace and "Out in the Cold Again" the lone ballad. The second half of this CD, which features both volumes, features Ammons on two songs ("Love, I've Found You" and a swinging "Too Marvelous for Words") with a big band arranged by Oliver Nelson, jamming "Ballad for Baby" with a quintet, sitting out "Scram" (which stars McDuff and the tenor of Harold Vick), and backing singer Etta Jones on three numbers, of which "Cool, Cool Daddy" is the most memorable. Overall, this is an interesting and consistently swinging set that adds to the large quantity of recordings that the great Ammons did during the early '60s.