- Performer:Charles Earland
- Title:The Almighty Burner
- Style:Jazz-Funk,Soul Jazz
- Date of release:July 11, 2000
- Recording date:1976 - 1991
- Size FLAC version1408 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1745 megabytes
- Size WMA version1576 megabytes
- Formats:MP1 AHX DXD WAV MP2 WMA
This album has an average beat per minute of 123 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 64/176 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Almighty Burner. BPM Profile The Almighty Burner. Album starts at 120BPM, ends at 132BPM (+12), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Charles Earland.
On this 2000 release titled The Almighty Burner, 32 Jazz eternalizes the memory of a musician who was among the finest practitioners of jazz/groove organ-led ensembles. Earland, ever the protagonist, performed with fiery intensity amid soul-drenched lines, which is most evident on this set of originals and sprightly jazzed-up renditions of pop hits such as Gordon/Bourne's "Unforgettable" and P. N. Upton's "More Today Than Yesterday.
The Almighty Burner, 2009. Danny Boy's Soul, 03:56.
Charles Earland’s career got a boost too, reviving his 1960’s soul sound. Earland a bop-ishly straight-ahead B-3 man, died last year at the age of 58. His beginnings, with Pat Matino and Lou Donaldson, established a theme of the saxophone/organ and guitar/organ sound that could be as sweet as church or as diabolic as bebop. He recorded with the young Grover Washington Jr. and followed in the jazz organ tradition until it, and he fell out of favor.
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CreditsClifford Adams - Trombone
Eric Alexander - Guest Artist
Todd Barkan - Compilation Producer, Series Producer
Ozzie Cadena - Original Recording Producer
George Coleman - Guest Artist
Johnny Coles - Flugelhorn, Guest Artist
Tom Coster - Composer
Miles Davis - Composer
Charles Earland - Composer, Organ, Primary Artist
David Gahr - Photography
Todd A. Gerard - Mastering
Irving Gordon - Composer
Joe Henderson - Composer
Marvin Jones - Drums
Lawrence Killian - Congas, Percussion
Idris Muhammad - Drums, Guest Artist
D. Paul - Composer
Dave Paul - Composer
Walter Perkins - Drums
Houston Person - Guest Artist, Original Recording Producer, Sax (Tenor)
Jimmy Ponder - Guest Artist, Guitar
Kenny Rampton - Guest Artist, Trumpet
Carlos Santana - Composer
Page Simon - Design
Melvin Sparks - Composer, Guest Artist, Guitar
Pat Upton - Composer
Rudy Van Gelder - Engineer
Buddy Williams - Drums
Gregory Williams - Drums
Hal Wilson - Back Cover, Design, Photography
|1||Penn Relays Charles Earland||Charles Earland||5:50|
|2||Danny Boy's Soul D. Paul / Dave Paul||Charles Earland||3:54|
|3||Milestones Miles Davis||Charles Earland||8:25|
|4||Tackhead Charles Earland||Charles Earland||9:46|
|5||Grant's Groove Melvin Sparks||Charles Earland||4:53|
|6||A Good Date Charles Earland||Charles Earland||6:51|
|7||More Today Than Yesterday Pat Upton||Charles Earland||8:06|
|8||No Brain, No Pain Charles Earland||Charles Earland||3:47|
|9||Europa (Earth's Cry Heaven's Smile) Tom Coster / Carlos Santana||Charles Earland||12:52|
|10||Unforgettable Irving Gordon||Charles Earland||5:22|
|11||The Kicker Joe Henderson||Charles Earland||3:35|