Soul Jazz Selection

Here is a selection of the Soul Jazz favorites of SomehowJazz. You’ll find here albums, tunes, and live videos from the genre. Just click on the titles for more information and please leave your comments.

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Stanley Turrentine “Sugar”

Stanley Turrentine “Sugar”

Sugar by Stanley Turrentine from the album "SUGAR" released in 1971 by CTI Records...   MUSICIANS / PERSONNEL: Ron Carter - Acoustic Bass | Billy Kaye - Drums | George Benson - Guitar | Butch Cornell - Organ | Lonnie Liston Smith - Electric Piano | Fredde Hubbard...

George Benson “On Broadway”

George Benson “On Broadway”

On Broadway by George Benson from the album "WEEKEND IN L.A." released in 1978 by Warner Bros. Records...   MUSICIANS / PERSONNEL: George Benson - Guitar | Jorge Dalto - Piano | Ronnie Foster - Synthesizer | Phil Upchurch - Rhythm Guitar | Ralph MacDonald -...

Eric Gale “Lookin’ Good”

Eric Gale “Lookin’ Good”

Lookin' Good by Eric Gale, from the album “PART OF YOU” released in 1979 by CBS  Records...   MUSICIANS / PERSONNEL: Grover Washington - Tenor Saxophone | Harvey Mason - Drums | Eric Gale - Guitar | Ralph MacDonald - Percussion | Neil Jason - Bass | Dave Grusin -...

Ramsey Lewis “Brazilica”

Ramsey Lewis “Brazilica”

Brazilica by Ramsey Lewis, from the album "SALONGO" released in 1976 by Columbia  Records...   MUSICIANS / PERSONNEL: Byron Gregory - Guitars | Ron Harris - Bass | Jimmy Bryant - Clavinet | Steve Cobb - Drums | Derf Reklaw Raheem - Flute, Percussion | Ramsey...

The Crusaders “Way Back Home”

The Crusaders “Way Back Home”

Way Back Home by The Crusaders from the album "SCRATCH" released in 1974 by Blue Thumb Records...   MUSICIANS / PERSONNEL: Max Bennett - Bass | Wayne Henderson - Trombone | Wilton Felder - Tenor Saxophone | Joe Sample - Electric Piano | Stix Hooper - Drums |...

Quincy Jones “If I Ever Lose This Heaven”

Quincy Jones “If I Ever Lose This Heaven”

If I Ever Lose This Heaven by Quincy Jones from the album “BODY HEAT” released in 1974 by A&M Records...   MUSICIANS / PERSONNEL: Leon Ware - Vocals | Minnie Ripperton - Vocals | Al Jarreau - Vocals | Tom Bahler - Vocals | Quincy Jones, Myrna Matthews -...

Isaac Hayes “Cafe Regio’s”

Isaac Hayes “Cafe Regio’s”

Cafe Regio's (Reggio) by Isaac Hayes, from the album "SHAFT" released in 1971 by Stax Records...   MUSICIANS / PERSONNEL: Isaac Hayes - Vocals, Piano | Michael Toles - Guitar (solo) | Willie Hall - Drums, Tambourine | James Alexander - Bass | Lester Snell -...

Marvin Gaye “Trouble Man”

Marvin Gaye “Trouble Man”

Trouble Man by Marvin Gaye from the album “TROUBLE MAN” released in 1972 by Tamla Records...   MUSICIANS / PERSONNEL: Marvin Gaye – Vocals, Drums, Keyboards | Trevor Lawrence – Saxophones | Eli Fountain - Alto Saxophone | Dale Oehler – Arranger | Bob Ragland –...

Gerald Veasley “Soul Seduction”

Gerald Veasley “Soul Seduction”

Soul Seduction by Gerald Veasley from the album "SIGNS" released in 1994 by Heads Up International...   MUSICIANS / PERSONNEL: Gerald Veasley - Six String Bass | Grover Washington Jr. -Soprano Saxophone | Jef Lee Johnson - Guitar | Bill Jolly - Fender Rhodes...

The Crusaders “It Happens Everyday”

The Crusaders “It Happens Everyday”

It Happens Everyday by The Crusaders from the album "FREE AS THE WIND" released in 1977 by ABC Blue Thumb Records...   MUSICIANS / PERSONNEL: Joe Sample - Piano, Keyboards | Stix Hooper - Drums | Wilton Felder - Tenor Saxophone | Robert Pops Popwell - Bass |...

Quincy Jones “Paranoid”

Quincy Jones “Paranoid”

Paranoid by Quincy Jones from the album “MELLOW MADNESS” released in 1975 by A&M Records...   MUSICIANS / PERSONNEL: Leon Ware - Vocals | Harvey Mason - Drums | Ian Underwood - Synthesizer Programming | Louis Johnson - Bass | Wah Wah Watson - Guitar | George...

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