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Tide

Label: Elemental Music
Released: 2021
Track listing: Side 1: Girl From Ipanema; Carinhoso; Tema Jazz; Sue Ann; Remember. Side 2: Tide; Takatanga; Caribe; Rockanalia.

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News: Video / DVD

J.J. and Kai: Stonebone

J.J. and Kai: Stonebone

In 1967, Creed Taylor launched CTI Records as a subsidiary of the A&M label. Creed had just left Verve, where he headed the jazz label and pioneered new concepts in young-adult jazz, including covers with abstract color photography and jazz interpretations of pop-rock and pop-soul radio hits. In New York, Creed had complete autonomy over CTI. ...

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44/876

Label: A&M Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: 44/876 (ft. Morgan Heritage and Aidonia); Morning Is Coming; Waiting For The Break Of Day; Gotta Get Back My Baby; Don’t Make Me Wait; Just One Lifetime; 22nd Street; Dreaming In The U.S.A.; Crooked Tree; To Love And Be Loved; Sad Trombone; Night Shift.

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Article: Album Review

Sting and Shaggy: 44/876

Read "44/876" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski


Every summer needs its soundtrack, i.e.--a song or an album full of songs that will remind people that it's good to be alive. The summer is the time to feel good and it has to have its music that would reflect the fun and mischievous behavior that you would remember the summer by. And on this ...

News: Recording

Sérgio Mendes: Brasil '66

Sérgio Mendes: Brasil '66

Suffering from poor albums sales as a jazz-bossa pianist at Atlantic Records in 1965, Sérgio Mendes decided to listen to a recommendation made by Richard Adler, a producer at A&M Records. Adler, who would become Mendes's partner, urged him to keep his Brazilian feel but bring on American female vocalists to sing contemporary pop hits in ...

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57th & 9th

Label: A&M Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: I Can't Stop Thinking About You; Fifty Thousand; Down, Down, Down; One Fine Day; The Pretty Young Soldier; Petrol Head; Heading South On The Great North Road; If You Can't Love Me; Inshallah; The Empty Chair.

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Article: Album Review

Sting: 57th & 9th

Read "57th & 9th" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski


Throughout his long and illustrious career, Sting has enjoyed an enviable set of circumstances. Not only does he have total artistic freedom but he has been accompanied by elite musicians and has a devoted, global fan base. In return, that has yielded many artistic triumphs as he explored almost every genre known to man. He has ...

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Article: Extended Analysis

Joe Cocker: Mad Dogs and Englishmen

Read "Joe Cocker: Mad Dogs and Englishmen" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Mad Dogs and Englishmen A & M Records 1970 Give me a ticket for an aer-o-plane...I ain't got time to take no fast train... The first record album (long player of LP, that is—what old people put on turntables and played) I ever bought was Joe Cocker: ...

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Sting: The Last Ship

Label: A&M Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: The Last Ship; Dead Man' Boots; And Yet; August Winds; Language Of Birds; Practical Arrangement; The Night The Pugilist; Learned How To Dance; Ballad Of The Great Eastern; What Have We Got?; I Love Her But She Loves Someone Else; So To Speak; The Last Ship (Reprise); Shipyard; It's Not The Same Moon; Hadaway; Sky Hooks And Tartan Paint; 5. Show Some Respect


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