Organist Shirley Scott's first of three Atlantic LPs (all are very difficult to find these days) was her last recording with her husband, tenor saxophonist Stanley Turrentine, who would soon gain great fame along with a divorce. Although Scott plays well enough and the supporting cast (which includes guitarist Eric Gale) is funky, the material is quite erratic, including Ray Stevens' "Mr. Businessman," "Like a Lover" (which has a rare vocal by the organist), and "Blowin' in the Wind
1969 studio album by Shirley Scott. Soul Song Track listing. Think" (Lowman Pauling) - 8:06.
Bass: Herb Lewis Drums: Roy Brooks Organ: Shirley Scott Tenor Saxophone: Stan Turner Recording Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder Release with heavy stock, glossy white jacket. Deep groove yellow labels with Bergenfield address. RVG machine stamped in Dead Wax.
He married the organist Shirley Scott in 1960 and the two frequently played and recorded together. In the 1960s, he started working with organist Jimmy Smith, and made many soul jazz recordings both with Smith and as a leader. Scott and Turrentine divorced in 1971. Turrentine turned to jazz fusion and signed for Creed Taylor's CTI label. His first album for CTI, Sugar, recorded in 1970, proved one of his biggest successes and a seminal recording for the label . He returned to soul jazz in the 1980s and into the 1990s. Turrentine lived in Fort Washington, Maryland, from the early 90s until his death
Duck and Rock, 05:33.
|A2||When A Man Loves A Woman||6:55|
|B1||Blowin' In The Wind||6:20|
|B3||Like A Lover||4:03|
|1515||Shirley Scott||Soul Song (LP, Album, Mono, Promo)||Atlantic||1515||US||1969|
|SD 1515||Shirley Scott||Soul Song (LP, Album, Promo)||Atlantic||SD 1515||US||1969|
|588 175||Shirley Scott||Soul Song (LP)||Atlantic||588 175||UK||1969|
|WPCR-27122||Shirley Scott||Soul Song (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)||Atlantic||WPCR-27122||Japan||2012|
|SD 1515||Shirley Scott||Soul Song (LP)||Atlantic||SD 1515||US||1969|