Love Zone is the first solo debut album by R&B/soul singer and backing vocalist Ullanda McCullough, released on Ocean/Ariola Records in 1979. It features the soul cover version of “Want Ads”, originally done by the sweet and soulful female group of the ’70s with 3 ladies, named, Edna Wright, Shellie Clark and Carolyn Willis, called, […]
Another Lifetime is Simon Phillips‘ fourth solo album, released in 1997. Tracks 1 Jungleyes (Simon Phillips; Ray Russell) 8:08 2 P O V (Simon Phillips; Ray Russell) 5:55 3 Freudian Slip (Simon Phillips) 6:46 4 Eyes Blue For You (Simon Phillips; Ray Russell) 5:41 5 Kumi Na Moja (Simon Phillips) 8:14 6 Mountain High (Simon […]
Glengarry Glen Ross is a 1992 American drama, adapted by David Mamet from his 1984 Pulitzer Prize- and Tony-winning play of the same name, and directed by James Foley. The film is set in either New York City or Chicago, and was filmed in New York City. It depicts two days in the lives of […]
All In Fun is an album by jazz/funk/soul supergroup The Writers, released in 1979. Tracks 1 No Tears (In The End) (Ralph MacDonald; William Salter) 6:20 2 Share Your Love (Frank Floyd) 6:49 3 I Wanna Get The Feelin’ Again (Jerry Peters) 5:18 4 All In Fun (Hugh McCracken) 4:52 5 What’s Come Over Me […]
A Change Of Heart is a studio album by David Sanborn, released in 1987 through the record label Warner Bros. The album reached number 74 on the Billboard 200, number 43 on Billboard’s R&B Albums chart and number 3 on the Top Contemporary Jazz Albums chart. Tracks 1 Chicago Song (Marcus Miller) 6:30 2 Imogene […]
Voice is an album from Hiromi Uehara Trio Project featuring bassist Anthony Jackson and drummer Simon Phillips. As Hiromi says, “I called this album Voice because I believe that people’s real voices are expressed in their emotions. It’s not something that you really say. It’s more something that you have in your heart. Maybe it’s […]
Festival is an album by American jazz guitarist Lee Ritenour that was released in 1988 by GRP Records. The album is a collaboration between musicians from New York City, Los Angeles, and Brazil. Festival reached No. 3 on the Billboard Contemporary Jazz chart.
Harmony is an album by Will Boulware and the band Rainbow, released in 2003 Tracks 1 Israel (John Carisi) 5:302 Will You Love Me Tomorrow (Carole King; Gerry Goffin) 4:113 Rainbow (Keith Jarrett) 2:554 Peace (Horace Silver) 5:145 New and Old (Will Boulware) 5:506 For the Love of You (Ernie Isley; Marvin Isley; O’Kelly Isley; […]