Charles Earland - Anthology (2000) [Jazz-Funk, Soul Jazz]; FLAC (tracks+.cue)

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Charles Earland - Anthology (2000) [Jazz-Funk, Soul Jazz]; FLAC (tracks+.cue)

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Artist: Charles Earland
Album: Anthology
Genre: Jazz-Funk, Soul Jazz
Label: Soul Brother Records
Released: 2000
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Tracklist:
    CD 1 - Funky Organ Grooves:
  1. Black Talk (Earland) - 7:54
  2. Letha (Earland) - 7:19
  3. Sing a Simple Song (Stewart) - 5:42
  4. Spinky (Earland) - 6:15
  5. Milestones (Davis) - 4:44
  6. Betty's Dilemma (Earland) - 8:15
  7. Morgan (Earland) - 10:30
  8. Murilley (Earland) - 6:36
  9. My Favorite Things (Rodgers-Hammerstein) - 5:54
  10. Warp Factor 8 (Earland) - 6:19

    CD 2 - Jazz Funk and Beyond:
  1. Leaving This Planet (Earland) - 7:32
  2. Red Clay (Hubbard) - 7:08
  3. Betty's Theme (Earland) - 5:05
  4. Intergalactic Love Song (Earland) - 6:18
  5. Cosmic Fever (Earland) - 8:04
  6. Betty Boop (Earland) - 5:36
  7. Let the Music Play (Muller) - 6:53
  8. Over and Over (Muller) - 9:40
  9. Coming to You Live (Earland-Kendrick) - 6:16
  10. Phire (Turner) - 4:07
  11. The Woman in You (Blackmon-Miller-Irvine) - 4:35
  12. Marcia's Waltz (Washington) - 6:08

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This two-disc set from London's Soul Brother Records does a great job of consolidating Hammond B-3 player Charles Earland's early and late stylistic phases, picking key tracks from his Prestige and Muse soul-jazz period for the first disc and tracks from his later jazz-funk era with Mercury and Columbia for the second disc. Since fans of one style might not be fans of the other, it's nice having them separated like this, and everything you really need for an introduction to Earland's full career is here, from his first big side, "Black Talk," through his intergalactic "Betty Boop" phase, while the common denominator between the two discs is Earland's relentless pursuit of the groove.
Review by Steve Leggett

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