9 thoughts on “ The Mighty Burner - Charles Earland - Black Talk! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Black Talk!, an Album by Charles Earland. Released in May on Prestige (catalog no. PR ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Soul Jazz. Featured peformers: Charles Earland (organ), Virgil Jones (trumpet), Houston Person (tenor saxophone), Melvin Sparks (guitar), Idris Muhammad (drums), Bob Porter (supervisor, liner notes), Rudy Van Gelder (recording engineer), Al Johnson (photography)/5().
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Black Talk! - Charles Earland on AllMusic - - This CD reissue of a Prestige date is one of the 10/
  3. Jan 13,  · Album Cookin' with the Mighty Burner; Licensed to YouTube by [Merlin] IDOL Distribution (on behalf of HighNote Records) Charles Earland Seven of Nine Cookin' With the Mighty Burner Andrew.
  4. Organist Charles Earland and his sextet, which includes trumpeter Virgil Jones, Houston Person, on tenor and guitarist Melvin Sparks, perform a variation of "Eleanor Rigby" titled "Black Talk," two originals, a surprisingly effective rendition of "Aquarius," and a classic rendition of "More Today Than Yesterday." Fans of organ combos are Brand: Prestige.
  5. A pivotal album in the development of the use of the Hammond organ in jazz – and Charles Earland 's first exposure to a large audience! Durign the 60s, Charles was bumping around the Philly scene quite a bit – and recorded some small group indie sides that first gave a glimpse of his unique sound on the organ. But with this record, Earland really broke out wide – and hit a huge audience.
  6. Sep 08,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Charles Earland - My Favorite Things YouTube John Coltrane - My Favorite Things () (Full Album) - Duration: Jazz Time with Jarvis X , views.
  7. Buy Charles Earland on vinyl & CD at Juno Records, the worlds largest dance music store. Charles Earland Black Talk! (LP) Original Jazz Classics US. Cat: Rel: 03 Mar 15 Black Talk () The Mighty Burner () Here Comes Charlie () Aquarius () More Today Than Yesterday () Played by: Juno Recommends Jazz.
  8. Charles Earland came into his own at the tail-end of the great s wave of soul-jazz organists, gaining a large following and much airplay with a series of albums for the Prestige label. While heavily indebted to Jimmy Smith and Jimmy McGriff, Earland came armed with his own swinging, technically agile, light-textured sound on the keyboard and one of the best walking-bass pedal techniques in.

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