Complete your Charles Earland collection. The title track is a jazz funk classic. On side two is the brilliant jazz/dance track asteroid, This album is really undervalued and should be snapped up by every jazz/funk follower. Reply Notify me Helpful. referencing Leaving This Planet, 2xLP, Album, P 66002. So much energy on this record! Amazing.
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Artist: Charles Earland Album: Leaving This Planet Genre: Jazz-Funk, Soul-Jazz Label: versal Music Japan Released: 1973/2014 Quality: FLAC (tracks+. cue) Tracklist: Leaving This Planet (7:32). Warp Factor 8 (6:20). Mason's Galaxy (7:20). No Me Esqueca (Don't Forget Me) (7:45).
Live at the Lighthouse is a live album by organist Charles Earland which was recorded at the Lighthouse Café in Hermosa Beach in 1972 and released on the Prestige label. Certainly there is plenty of improvisation here and many unexpected twists and turns in the arrangements, with decisions made and reacted to on the spot.
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The album isn't fusion in the same sense as Miles Davis, Larry Coryell or Weather Report - rather, he incorporates funk and rock elements in a manner not unlike the early-'70s experiments of tenor saxophonist Joe Henderson and trumpeter Freddie Hubbard. And in fact, those greats (as well as trumpeter Eddie Henderson) are among the superb soloists featured
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