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The Sea Lion - Grover Washington, Jr. - Feels So Good (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Feels So Good is the fifth album by jazz saxophonist Grover Washington J. recorded and released in The album topped both the soul and jazz albums charts and peaked at number ten on the pop album charts in the. Grover Washington Jr. - Knucklehead -
  2. Jazz started to go in new directions in the late 60's and 70's and this album is a prime example. Infused with a R&B backbone, this album is laced with the sexy sax sound that Grover does so well. If you're like me and have a tough time appreciating traditional Jazz, this album is an easy alternative/5(52).
  3. Buy Feels So Good (CD) by Grover Washington, Jr. (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  4. The album's got some really wonderful funk tracks that feature a mad mix of drums, bass, and lots of that Bob James "space" – including the massive cuts "Hydra" and "Knucklehead" – both of them magic! Other tracks include "Moonstreams", "It Feels So Good", and "The Sea Lion". LP, Vinyl record album.
  5. Alternate cover with a cropped photo and black border. Recorded at Van Gelder Studios in May & July Distributed by Motown Record Corporation. Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA (featured on a white circular sticker on back of record jacket)4/5(65).
  6. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Grover Washington, Jr. - Feels So Good at Discogs. Complete your Grover Washington, Jr. collection.
  7. Mar 01,  · a lightly restored recording of a LP from the album feels so good out of Grover Washington Jr. - Winelight - Duration: marks 1,, views.
  8. Grover Washington, Jr. (December 12, - December 17, ) has been considered by many to be the founding father of smooth jazz and a master of the jazz funk genre, working as a prominent songwriter and talented saxophonist. Throughout the s and s, Washington made some of the genre's most memorable hits.
  9. Grover Washington, Jr. (December 12, - December 17, ) was an American jazz-funk / soul-jazz saxophonist. Along with George Benson, John Klemmer, David Sanborn, Bob James, Chuck Mangione, Herb Alpert, and Spyro Gyra, he is considered by many to be one of the founders of the smooth jazz genre.[citation needed] He wrote some of his mate.

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