We´re On Our Way Shout - Shorty Rogers - Gospel Mission (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Kazrashakar
    Jazz Samba (an LP with Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd) A double LP of great Jazz musicians including Chet Baker, Cannonball Adderley, Less McCann, Shorty Rogers and Bud Shank. I also want to give a shout out to WorldHypeTV for the repost of Barrington Levy! Check it out HERE!
  2. Darn
    LP, Vinyl record album (Cover has light wear and aging.) but ends with two long tracks recorded at the Lighthouse in – with Dodo in a group that also includes Shorty Rogers on trumpet, Jimmy Giuffre and Bob Cooper on tenors, and Milt Bernhart on trombone. sessions that produced the albums Comin Your Way, Jubilee Shout, Chip Off.
  3. JoJogore
    A great little album – one that has Shorty Rogers fluegelhorn backed by a set of gospel ly arrangements with a sort of chantin' stompin' feel to them – for a groove that's much more soul ful than any of Rogers' other records from the time! Shorty blows hard, and takes the record to church by the end of the first track – surprisingly.
  4. Voodoojind
    Gordon and Rogers splurge on a gatefold album design packed with photos – but alas, no musician credits. Can only conclude that Los Angeles studio musicians (á la., “Wrecking Crew”) are the unnamed members of Gordon ‘n’ Rogers’ Inter-Urban Electric A & E Pit Crew and Rhythm Band. Capitol LP –
  5. Mogor
    Gospel Mission: Gonna Shout - All The Way To Heaven: Wake Up And Shout: Sit Down Shorty: Freedom´s Coming: Swinging Gold Chariots: Preacherman Gonna Stop By Here: Great Days Ahead: Climbing To Heaven: Joshua´s Saxes: We´re On Our Way Shout: Talk About Rain5/5(1).
  6. Shalabar
    Interesting to see Kelly Gordon and (especially) Shorty Rogers attempt to muscle in on the hot rod scene with a late 60s concept album — contemporaneously titled Bug-In! — that pays musical tribute to the hot rod’s off-road counterpart, the dune buggy. Gordon and Rogers splurge on a gatefold album design packed with photos – but alas, no musician credits.
  7. Malalkree
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  8. Fem
    Barrington Levy Too Experienced: The Best of Barrington Levy (executive produced by Chris Chin, “Dave Love” Sanguinetti, and Joel Chin and album producers include Jah Screw, Jah Life, Junjo Lawes, Morris Johnson, Whitfield Henry, Lee Jaffe, Sly Dunbar, and Robbie Shakespeare). I just had to review this album for you, because Barrington Levy is my all-time favorite reggae artist.
  9. Kajikinos
    The fantastic full-length group of The Harlem Gospel Travelers – a quartet trained on the male group gospel modes of older acts like the Soul Stirrers or Violinaires – but one who really shine strongly with a voice of their own, thanks to a set of all original material, and some nice funk-based currents in the instrumentation! The album's definitely a gospel record, but it resonates with.