Everybody Loves a Lover (album)
|Everybody Loves a Lover|
|Studio album by Shirley Scott|
|Recorded||September 21 & 23, 1964
Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs
|Shirley Scott chronology|
Everybody Loves a Lover is an album by jazz organist Shirley Scott recorded for the Impuse! label in 1964 and performed by Scott with Stanley Turrentine, Bob Cranshaw and Otis Finch. The album has not appeared on CD yet, but the first three tracks were released on the CD reissue of Turrentine's Let it Go.
- All compositions by Shirley Scott except as indicated
- "Sent for You Yesterday (And Here You Come Today)" (Count Basie, Eddie Durham, Jimmy Rushing) - 5:38
- "The Lamp Is Low" (Peter DeRose, Mitchell Parish, Maurice Ravel, Bert Shefter) - 8:04
- "The Feeling of Jazz" (Duke Ellington, George T. Simon, Bobby Troup) - 4:16
- "Everybody Loves a Lover" (Richard Adler, Robert Allen) - 8:00
- "Little Miss Know It All" - 4:26
- "Shirley" - 4:30
- "Blue Bongo" (Bob Hammer, Bob Thiele) - 3:10
Recorded on September 21, 1964 (1-4) and September 23, 1964 (5-7).
- Shirley Scott - organ
- Stanley Turrentine - tenor saxophone (tracks 1-6)
- Bob Cranshaw - bass
- Otis Finch - drums
- Howard Collins, Barry Galbraith - guitar (tracks 5-7)
- Willie Rodriguez - percussion (tracks 5-7)
- Shirley Scott discography accessed January 15, 2010.
- Let It Go Allmusic Review accessed January 15, 2010.
- "allmusic ((( Everybody Loves a Lover > Overview )))". allmusic.com. Retrieved 2010-01-24.
- Allmusic Review accessed January 15, 2010.