Download links and information about Joyride by Stanley Turrentine. This album was released in 1965 and it belongs to Jazz genres. It contains 8 tracks with total duration of 42:57 minutes.
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|1.||River's Invitation (Remastered)||6:18|
|2.||I Wonder Where Our Love Has Gone (2005 Remaster)||4:25|
|3.||Little Sheri (Remastered)||6:29|
|4.||Mattie T (2005 Remaster)||5:59|
|5.||Bayou (2005 Remaster)||6:18|
|6.||A Taste of Honey (2005 Remaster)||3:57|
|7.||Gravy Train (Remastered)||4:38|
|8.||A Kettle of Fish (Remastered)||4:53|
Stanley Turrentine is the featured artist in this big band session with an all-star orchestra arranged and conducted by Oliver Nelson. While Nelson's charts are funky and easygoing (without providing any solo space for the likes of Phil Woods, Clark Terry, and Jay Jay Johnson), they serve the purpose to inspire the tenor saxophonist. Turrentine is quite soulful on Percy Mayfield's "River's Invitation," and his huge tone carries the day in a waltzing chart of the 1960s hit "A Taste of Honey." The artist also contributed some originals to the date, including the easygoing "Little Sheri," which features the unison flutes of Danny Bank and Jerry Dodgion, and "Mattie T," a gospel-like song that almost seems like a march.