Stanley Turrentine
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Pittsburgh's tenor saxophonist Stanley Turrentine (1934) worked with Jimmy Smith (1960) and his wife Shirley Scott (1961) before starting his own career with the soul-jazz jams of Let's Groove, off The Man (january 1960), in a quartet with pianist and drummer Max Roach Little Sheri, off Look Out (june 1960), in another piano-based quartet, Z.T.'s Blues, off Z.T.'s Blues (september 1961), in a quintet with guitarist Grant Green, pianist Tommy Flanagan, bassist Paul Chambers and drummer Art Taylor. Turrentine also wrote several compositions for his wife, organist Shirley Scott: Hip Soul on Hip Soul (june 1961), The Soul Is Willing on The Soul Is Willing (january 1963), Deep Down Soul on Soul Shoutin' (october 1963), The Hustler, off Hustlin' (january 1964), in a quintet with Scott and guitarist Kenny Burrell, etc. Turrentine later veered towards to commercial fusion with groove-driven pieces such as Get It, off Another Story (march 1969), in a quintet with Thad Jones on flugelhorn and Cedar Walton on piano, the ten-minute Sugar, off Sugar (november 1970), in a sextet with guitarist George Benson, pianist Lonnie Liston Smith, and trumpeter Freddie Hubbard, and Don't Mess With Mister T, off Don't Mess With Mister T (march 1973). (Translation by/ Tradotto da xxx)

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