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  • Spanish Harlem (Discontinued) (On Sale) Spanish Harlem (Discontinued) (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Spanish Harlem (Discontinued) (On Sale)

    Spanish Harlem is the classic debut album by Soul icon Ben E. King, originally released in 1961. The album peaked at #57 in the Billboard 200 Charts.


    Latin flavours and sunny drums run all the way through his 12-song platter, which, at times, is more of a Pop record than a Soul record.


    King's version of "Besame Mucho" is a very successful reinterpretation in a Latin soul vein, and "Perfidia" never sounded better than it does in his hands.

    1. Amor
    2. Sway
    3. Come Closer To Me
    4. Perfidia
    5. Granada
    6. Sweet And Gentle
    7. Quizas, Quizas, Quizas (Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps)
    8. Frenesi
    9. Souvenir Of Mexico
    10. Besame Mucho
    11. Love Me, Love Me
    12. Spanish Harlem
    Ben E. King
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    The Art Pepper Quartet

    Originally released on the small Tampa label, this album features the great altoist Art Pepper with pianist Russ Freeman, bassist Ben Tucker, and drummer Gary Frommer. Highlights include the Pepper original Diane, Besame Mucho, and Pepper Pot. - Scott Yanow (All Music Guide)
    1. Art's Opus
    2. I Suurender Dear
    3. Diane
    4. Pepper Pot
    5. Besame Mucho
    6. Blues At Twilight
    7. Val's Pal
    8. Tampa Blues
    Art Pepper
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    Boss Guitar

    Before he moved away from straight-ahead jazz and starting playing what is now known as smooth jazz, Wes Montgomery was one of bop's finest guitarists. Montgomery's bop period ended much too soon, but thankfully, he recorded his share of rewarding bop albums when he was still bop-oriented -- and one of them is Boss Guitar, which Orrin Keepnews produced in 1963. It's a trio recording, employing Mel Rhyne on organ and Jimmy Cobb on performances that have held up well over time; Montgomery shows how expressive a ballad player he could be on the standards For Heaven's Sake and Days of Wine and Roses, but the fast tempo exuberance of The Trick Bag (a Montgomery original) serves him equally well. Montgomery swings the blues with pleasing results on Fried Pies (another Montgomery original), while Consuelo Velázquez's Besame Mucho (which is usually played at a slow ballad tempo) is successfully transformed into medium-tempo Latin jazz. Boss Guitar is among the bop-oriented Montgomery albums that should continue to be savored after all these years.


    - Alex Henderson (All Music Guide)

    1. Besame Mucho
    2. Dearly Beloved
    3. Days of Wine and Roses
    4. The Trick Bag
    5. Canadian Sunset
    6. Fried Pies
    7. The Breeze And I
    8. For Heaven's Sake
    Wes Montgomery
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    The Look Of Love

    The Look of Love doesn't tamper with Diana Krall's ongoing success, continuing the emphasis on romantic ballads and embracing them with lush string arrangements. At the core, of course, is Krall's voice. She's developing into one of the great torch singers, with an approach that's both direct and subtly nuanced, true to the song and yet deeply personal.


    There's a combination of restraint and drama here, as Krall ranges from the confident to the wistful, from loss to playful insinuation, as each song requires. Cry Me a River is bittersweet triumph, while Love Letters and Maybe You'll Be There maintain the most tenuous emotional hold, at once fragile and resilient. Besame Mucho and Dancing in the Dark are sultry romances wafted on light Latin beats. The songs develop their intimacy in the setting of Krall's quartet, which usually includes bassist Christian McBride and drummer Peter Erskine and several fine guitarists, most frequently Russell Malone. They're a superb complement to her voice and piano, and the close communication carries through the depth and sheen added by Claus Ogerman's rich orchestrations. -Stuart Broomer

    1. S'Wonderful
    2. Love Letters
    3. I Remember You
    4. Cry Me A River
    5. Besame Mucho
    6. Night We Called It A Day
    7. Dancing In The Dark
    8. I Get Along Without You Very Well
    9. Look Of Love
    10. Maybe You'll Be There
    Diana Krall
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