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Children of the Sun

Label: PRA Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: I Wanna Go Home; Buttermilk Sky; Islands of the Mind; Rumfire; Gold in the Cane (intro); Gold in the Cane; I Believe In; Children of the Sun; Blue Abyss; Creole Eyes; Albatross Day.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Joe Sample & the NDR Big Band Orchestra: Children of the Sun

Read "Children of the Sun" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Toward the end of his remarkable career, the late pianist Joe Sample (he died on September 12, 2014) traveled to Hamburg, Germany, to record Children of the Sun, a suite of his own music, with the splendid NDR Big Band. The eleven compositions were inspired by Sample's appearance at the 1995 St. Croix Jazz Festival, where ...

Live

Label: PRA Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Every Day I Have the Blues; Feeling Good; Tell Me More and More and Then Some; Rainy Night in Georgia; This Bitter Earth; Me, Myself and I; No Regrets; One Day I'll Fly Away: Almaz; Street Life; Last Night at Danceland

Live

Label: PRA Records
Released: 2012

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Randy Crawford and Joe Sample: Live

Read "Live" reviewed by Jeff Winbush

It's a slight exaggeration to say that keyboardist Joe Sample rescued Randy Crawford from pop music limbo, but it's not too far from the truth. Crawford is among the most distinct vocalists working, but her discography is riddled with over-arranged and over-produced disappointments. One of her finest moments remains when The Crusaders dropped all 11 minutes ...

No Regrets

Label: PRA Records
Released: 2009

Feeling Good

Label: PRA Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Feeling Good; End of the Line; But Beautiful; Rio De Janeiro Blue; Lovetown; See Line Women; Tell Me More and More and Then Some; Everybody's Talking; When I Need You; Save Your Love For Me; Last Night at Danceland; All Night Long; Mr. Ugly.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Randy Crawford and Joe Sample: Feeling Good

Read "Feeling Good" reviewed by Jeff Winbush

The dilemma for an artist of vocalist Randy Crawford's caliber is that, when you do a lot of things well; it's hard to say what it is you do best. Crawford has been making music since 1976 and, in that time, she's made some good albums, a lot of mediocre ones and a few awful ones.

Rural Renewal

Label: PRA Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Rural Renewal 2. Creepin' 3. Heartland 4. A Healing Comin' On 5. Sing The Song 6. Shotgun House Groove 7. The Territory 8. Greasy Spoon 9. Viva De Funk 10. Lazy Sundays 11. Goin' Home

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Crusaders: Rural Renewal

Read "Rural Renewal" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

It’s been more than twenty years since founding members Joe Sample (keyboards), Stix Hooper (drums), and Wilton Felder (saxophones) recorded together as the Crusaders. Though much proverbial water has since flowed under their bridge, with Rural Renewal the Crusaders get back to where they once belonged, straight to the heart of their joyous juke joint roots. ...


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