Bill Barron – Higher Ground. Label: Joken Records – BK-102. Recorded By, Mastered By – Rudy Van Gelder. Tenor Saxophone, Artwork – Bill Barron. Trumpet – Eddie Henderson.
Bill Barron's final recording as a leader (cut just 8½ months before his death at age 62) was released for the first time on this 1993 CD. Barron was still in his prime and this effort (a quintet date with trumpeter Eddie Henderson, pianist Kenny Barron, bassist Rufus Reid and drummer Ben Riley) is more straight-ahead than usual. Barron, who usually did not play standards much, performs four here (including "Caravan" and "Alone Together") and his three originals (plus one by younger brother Kenny) are also very much in the hard bop vein, less avant-garde than usual
Higher Ground (Cass, Album, Dol). Higher Ground (Cass, Album, Dol).
Written by: Steve Dorff, George Green, Kent Agee. Produced by: Barbra Streisand and Arif Mardin. Choir: Doug Anderson, Jeff Araluce, Lauren Azeltine, Mark Beasom, Samela Beasom, Bill Beck, Michael Fried, Meg Gister, Lisa Graham, Susan Holsonbake, Wendy Knudsen, Ed Levy, Susan Mills, Lisa Naulls, Greg Parker, Yoav Paskowitz, Dan Plaster, Joel Pressman, Cheryl Roach, Judy Siirila, Bill Smith, Janet Smith, John St. Marie, Sara Willard. Recorded by: Shawn Murphy. Mixed by: David Reitzas. Released November 11, 1997. debuted at on The Billboard 200 album chart dated 11-29-97, having sold 207,000 units in its initial week of release (based solely on SoundScan reports), significantly more than 1993's Back To Broadway (121,000) in its first week, when it also debuted at This is Barbra's eighth album and allowed her to pass The Beatles as the act with the longest span of albums, 33 years since People hit in 1964. The weekend of 11/14, following Barbra's 20/20 TV appearance, sales were reported higher than on the first day of release.
Higher Ground is the 20th studio album by American singer-songwriter John Denver. Released in September, 1988, it was his first studio album on the Windstar label. It was recorded at Denver's private studio in Snowmass, Colorado, with the exception of "For You" and the didjeridu part in "Sing Australia. These were recorded in Sydney, Australia.
Higher Ground (Tammy Wynette album). Higher Ground is the twenty-seventh studio album by American country music singer-songwriter Tammy Wynette. It was released on July 6, 1987, by Epic Records. The album peaked at No. 43 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. The album's lead single, Your Love reached No. 12 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart
Higher Ground is the 20th album by American singer-songwriter John Denver. Released in September 1988, it was his first on the Windstar label and his final album of the 1980s. Side One. Side Two. 2 Chart performance.
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To the Higher Ground. Modifier l'album Reporter une erreur. Blues Rock The Savoy Truffle. Liste des groupes Blues Rock The Savoy Truffle To the Higher Ground. ajouter les paroles de l'album. 3. Give Me Temptation. 5. To the Higher Ground. 7. Got a Bad Feeling.
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