Mp3 Stanley Turrentine - The Baddest Turrentine
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Alto Saxophone – Jerry DodgionArranged By, Conductor, Piano, Electric Piano – Bob JamesBaritone Saxophone – Pepper AdamsBass – Ron CarterCello – George Ricci, Seymour BarabDrums – Idris MuhammadGuitar – Eric GaleOrgan – Richard TeePercussion – Rubens BassiniTenor Saxophone – Joe Farrell, Stanley TurrentineTrombone [Bass] – Alan RaphTrumpet, Flugelhorn – John Frosk, Randy BreckerViola – Manny Vardi, Harold ColettaViolin – David Nadien, Emanuel Green, Guy Lumia, Harold Kohon, Harry Cykman, Harry Glickman, Irving Spice, John Pintavalle
Bass – Ron CarterCongas – Richard LandrumDrums – Billy KayeElectric Piano – Lonnie SmithGuitar – George BensonOrgan – Butch CornellTenor Saxophone – Stanley TurrentineTrumpet – Freddie Hubbard
Arranged By, Conductor, Piano, Electric Piano, Organ – Eumir DeodatoBass – Ron CarterCello – Alan Shulman, Charles McCrackenDrums – Billy CobhamDrums, Percussion – AirtoGuitar – Eric GalePiano, Electric Piano, Organ – Horace Parlan, Richard TeeTenor Saxophone – Stanley TurrentineViola – Harold ColettaViolin – Harry Katzman, Joe Malin, Julie Held, Julius Brand, Leo Kahn, Paul GershmanVoice – Brenda Bryant, Margaret Branch, Patricia Smith
Bass – Ron CarterDrums – Billy CobhamGuitar – Cornell DupreePiano, Electric Piano – Bob JamesTenor Saxophone – Stanley TurrentineVibraphone – Milt Jackson
- Artwork By – Bob Ciano
- Photography – Alen MacWeeney
- Producer – Creed Taylor
- Recorded By – Rudy Van Gelder
Recorded at Van Gelder Studios.
Distributed by Motown Record Corporation.
An Anthology of Previously Released Recordings.
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