Rufus And Chaka Khan Live Stompin' At The Savoy

Robin Kenyatta - Stompin' At The Savoy (1974) {Atlantic - Wounded Bird WOU 1658 rel 2008}

Robin Kenyatta - Stompin' At The Savoy (1974) {Atlantic - Wounded Bird WOU 1658 rel 2008}
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© 1974, 2008 Atlantic / Wounded Bird Records | WOU 1658 (Atlantic SD 1656)
Jazz / Hard Bop / Jazz Blues / Soul Jazz / Jazz Funk

Alto saxophonist and composer Robin Kenyatta made a slew of records in the 1970s that have been terribly misunderstood, to say the least. It was obvious by the time that Kenyatta released Terra Nova in 1973 that he was revisioning jazz as the perfect integration point for many – if not all – forms of popular music; Terra Nova had explored Caribbean rhythms (in particular reggae and calypso). But on his 1974 album Stompin' at the Savoy, Kenyatta took the revered jazz tradition and inserted it right into the heart of then contemporary styles of funk, soul, and pop, and even early club disco.

Chaka Khan - Live with Friends in Japan (2011)  Music

Posted by Melaron at Nov. 27, 2011
Chaka Khan - Live with Friends in Japan (2011)

Chaka Khan - Live with Friends in Japan (2011)
Video: NTSC, MPEG2 Video at 6 173 Kbps, 720 x 480 (1.778) at 29.970 fps | Audio: AC-3 2ch. at 224 Kbps, AC-3 6ch. at 448 Kbps, 48.0 KHz
Genre: R&B, Soul | Label: JazzDoor | Release Date: 20 Jun 2011 | Copy: Untouched | Runtime: 65 min | 3,87 GB (DVD-5)

Soul diva Chaka Khan is joined on stage in Japan by special guests including Herbie Hancock, Jack DeJohnette and Christian McBride.
Recorded lie at Ajinomoto Stadium, Tokyo on August 24th 2003, this DVD is a must for all Chaka Khan fans! R&B singer Chaka Khan enjoyed solo success as well as popularity as a member of the group Rufus. Born Yvette Marie Stevens in Great Lakes, IL, on March 23, 1953, she was raised on Chicago's South Side, and at the age of 11 formed her first group, the Crystalettes.
Art Pepper - Modern Art - The Complete Art Pepper Aladdin Recordings, Vol. 2 (1957) { {Blue Note CDP 7 46848 2 rel 1988}

Art Pepper - Modern Art - The Complete Art Pepper Aladdin Recordings, Vol. 2 (1957) { {Blue Note CDP 7 46848 2 rel 1988}
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© 1957, 1988 Blue Note / EMI-Manhattan Records | CDP 7 46848 2
Jazz / Bop / Cool / West Coast Jazz / Saxophone

One of the greatest West Coast jazz LPs of all time! Art Pepper plays beautiful spiralling alto lines with a tight quartet that includes Russ Freeman on piano, Chuck Flores on drums, and Ben Tucker on bass. The whole thing swings in a way that's tough to find on some of Pepper's other albums from the time, and the track list includes "Dianne's Dilemma", "Blues In", "Blues Out", and "Cool Bunny".
Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan - Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan (1975) [2014 Japan Rare Groove Funk Best Collection 1000]

Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan - Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan (1975) [2014 Japan Rare Groove Funk Best Collection 1000]
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 326 MB | Covers Included
R&B / Funk | Label: Geffen Records [Japan]| Catalog Number: UICY-76618

One of the most talented bands of the '70s, Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan is the groups' fourth release in close to three years. Although this effort doesn't have the epiphanies of 1974's Rufusized, Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan has them becoming more established as one of the best bands in R&B and pop. The first track, Gavin Christopher's "Fool's Paradise" displays Khan's skill at screaming notes and making complex ideas sound simple, and vice versa.
Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan - Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan (1975) [2004 Japan Mini-CD]

Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan - Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan (1975) [2004 Japan Mini-CD]
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 299 MB | Covers Included
R&B / Funk | Label: Geffen Records [Japan]| Catalog Number: UICY-9406

One of the most talented bands of the '70s, Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan is the groups' fourth release in close to three years. Although this effort doesn't have the epiphanies of 1974's Rufusized, Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan has them becoming more established as one of the best bands in R&B and pop. The first track, Gavin Christopher's "Fool's Paradise" displays Khan's skill at screaming notes and making complex ideas sound simple, and vice versa.
Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan - Rufusized (1974) [2004 Japan Mini-CD]

Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan - Rufusized (1974) [2004 Japan Mini-CD]
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 286 MB | Covers Included
R&B / Funk | Label: Geffen Records [Japan]| Catalog Number: UICY-9405

In the early '70s, Rufus was one of the most popular and interesting bands in R&B and rock. Of course, the reason was Chaka Khan, who possessed an amazing voice that was well versed in rock and jazz every bit as much as R&B. Their debut went nowhere, Rags to Rufus offered two instant classics, and Rufusized displayed their skill as album artists. Truth be told, this version of Rufus was nearly a brand-new band, as three members exited and guitarist Tony Maiden and bassist Bobby Watson joined up. The result was a funkier and more talented band who would give Khan the needed earthy and ethereal mix that would make her soar.
Rufus with Chaka Khan - Camouflage (1981) [2004, Japanese Paper Sleeve Mini-LP CD]

Rufus with Chaka Khan - Camouflage (1981) [2004, Japanese Paper Sleeve Mini-LP CD]
R&B, Soul/Funk, Electronic, Disco | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE + LOG + Full Artwork-600dpi (PNG) | 35:14 Min | 349,00 Mb
Label: UM³/USM Japan (Japan) / Geffen Records (USA) | Released: 2004, March, 3

is the tenth studio album by funk band (billed as ), released on the label in 1981. Camouflage peaked at #15 on chart and stalled at #98 on . The album includes the singles ( 8, #91) and ( #66, #56).
Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan - Ask Rufus (1977) [2004 Japan Mini-CD]

Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan - Ask Rufus (1977) [2004 Japan Mini-CD]
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 213 MB | Covers Included
Funk / R&B | Label: Geffen Records| Catalog Number:UICY-9407

Rufus was one of the most respected groups in the '70s and '80s. Although lead singer Chaka Khan's charismatic vocals were their drawing card, few outfits boasted the skill as Rufus as a band. Songs like "Please Pardon Me," "Sweet Thing," and "Fool's Paradise" are a few of the tracks that displayed the perfect marriage. This 1977 effort is the follow-up to 1975's Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan. Ask Rufus has the group doing more sophisticated and constantly challenging work with an accent on evocative ballads.
Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan ‎- Rags To Rufus (1974) [2004 Japan Mini-CD]

Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan ‎- Rags To Rufus (1974) [2004 Japan Mini-CD]
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 563 MB | Covers Included
R&B / Funk | Label: Geffen Records| Catalog Number: UICY-9404

Rags To Rufus is the gold-selling second studio album by funk band Rufus, released on the ABC Records label in 1974. It reached #4 on both the Pop and Black Albums charts. It is notable for the hit singles "Tell Me Something Good" (US Pop #3, US R&B #3), written by Stevie Wonder, and "You Got the Love" (US Pop #11, US R&B #1), written by lead vocalist Chaka Khan and Ray Parker, Jr.. In 1975 "Tell Me Something Good" earned the band its first Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals.
Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan ‎- Ask Rufus (1977) [2015 Japan]

Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan ‎- Ask Rufus (1977) [2015 Japan]
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 340 MB | Covers Included
R&B | Label: Geffen [Japan] | Catalog Number: UICY-77165