Blue Shoe (LP, Album). Blue Shoe (LP, Album, Promo).
CHARLIE SHOEMAKE is a hard bop music artist. And Scott Yanow, noted in the LA Jazz Scene, "He is a major voice (if un-recognized) on his instrument. Owen McNally of the Hartford Courant zeroed in on a shocking reality when he noted: "West coast players, even excellent ones like vibraphonist Charlie Shoemake, are in terms of national recognition, too often locked into a kind of geographical limbo. Thanks to snobb for the addition.
Charlie Shoemake Sextet. Charlie Shoemake, Bill Holman. I Think We're Almost There. Charlie Shoemake Sextet featuring Phil Woods & Mike Wofford. Charlie Shoemake, Phil Woods, Bill Holman, Sandi Shoemake. 1. Showing official release groups by this artist.
Charlie Shoemake: Vibe Jibe on JAZZ. FM91 For the life of me I have no idea why Charlie Shoemake isn’t a household name. Previous Treme Picked Up For Fourth and Final Season. Next That Eric Alper! – November 7, 2013. Get our weekly newsletter, The Jazz Messenger. Your contribution helps keep jazz strong on air and in the community.
Charlie Shoemake (born July 27, 1937, Houston, Texas) is an American jazz vibraphonist. He played in George Shearing's Quintet for seven years, starting in 1967. He also played vibes on the soundtrack of the Clint Eastwood film Bird. He is the Director of the Central Coast Jazz Institute. His wife Sandi Shoemake is a jazz singer and sings on many of his albums. Central Coast Jazz Institute.
CreditsMark Helias - Bass
Charlie Shoemake - Primary Artist, Vibraphone
|1||The Dream||Charlie Shoemake|
|2||Blue Shoe||Charlie Shoemake|
|3||Bopt' Mystic||Charlie Shoemake|
|5||Cure for the Common Chord||Charlie Shoemake|
|7||Someone Tell Me Why||Charlie Shoemake|