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2. Black Eyed Blues from Barbara Morrison's I LOVE YOU, YES I DO

Black Eyed Blues from Barbara Morrison's I LOVE YOU, YES I DO

BARBARA MORRISON I Love You, Yes I Do Savant Records SCD 2136 Barbara Morrison, vocals With Houston Person, tenor saxophone Stuart Elster, piano • Richard Simon, bass • Lee Spath, drums Track Listing: Save Your Love For Me • Canadian Sunset • I Had a Talk With My Man Last Night • Trust in Me • I Didn't Know What Time It Was • Who Can I Turn To? • If It's the Last Thing I Do • Black Eyed Blues • I Love You, Yes I Do • And I Love Him • For the Love of You • Blow Top Blues Barbara Morrison has been featured on over 20 recordings choosing her repertoire from a wide array of genres from traditional jazz and blues to gospel and pop. Her powerful voice, with its two-and-a-half-octave range, allows Ms. Morrison to belt out down-home, soul-stirring blues in a manner which places her firmly in the tradition of Etta Jones, Helen Humes, Irene Reid, and Dinah Washington. Her impassioned renditions of favorite torch songs reveal a consummate musicianship and a firm grasp of a song’s deepest meaning. Over the years, Ms. Morrison has performed with legends such as Gerald Wilson, Dizzy Gillespie, Ray Charles, James Moody, Ron Carter, Etta James, Esther Phillips, Jimmy Smith, Dr. John, Kenny Burrell, Terence Blanchard, Joe Sample, Cedar Walton, Tony Bennett, and Keb’ Mo. On “I Love You, Yes I Do,” Ms. Morrison is once again partnered by the soulful tenor saxophone of Houston Person who brings his own unique brand of bluesy exuberance to the proceedings.

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3. Georgia On My Mind - Barbara Ray

Georgia On My Mind - Barbara Ray

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4. Barbara Morrison -- Blow Top Blues From From I LOVE YOU YES I DO SCD 2136

Barbara Morrison -- Blow Top Blues From From I LOVE YOU YES I DO  SCD 2136

Anybody who has ever heard vocalist Barbara Morrison command a stage knows that she possesses an effervescent singing style that drips with soul and a ribald sense of humor. The Ypsilanti-born singer spent her early career working with the blues legend Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson who gave the young singer a secure grounding in the blues. She has performed at the Montreux, Monterey, Long Beach and North Sea jazz festivals, Carnegie Hall and probably every Southern California jazz venue of the last 40 years. Morrison has been heard with Ray Charles, Dizzy Gillespie, Kenny Burrell, Jimmy Smith, Dr. John, the Count Basie Orchestra and Doc Severinsen's Big Band, to name a few. For her Savant Records debut, Morrison is joined by that most soulful of tenor players, Houston Person in a program of standards and bluesy classics which could have been a Dinah Washington set list.

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6. Barbara Morrison -- Black Eyed Blues From From I LOVE YOU YES I DO SCD 2136

Barbara Morrison -- Black Eyed Blues From From I LOVE YOU YES I DO  SCD 2136

Barbara Morrison has been featured on over 20 recordings choosing her repertoire from a wide array of genres from traditional jazz and blues to gospel and pop. Her powerful voice, with its two-and-a-half-octave range, allows Ms. Morrison to belt out down-home, soul-stirring blues in a manner which places her firmly in the tradition of Etta Jones, Helen Humes, Irene Reid, and Dinah Washington. Her impassioned renditions of favorite torch songs reveal a consummate musicianship and a firm grasp of a song's deepest meaning. Over the years, Ms. Morrison has performed with legends such as Gerald Wilson, Dizzy Gillespie, Ray Charles, James Moody, Ron Carter, Etta James, Esther Phillips, Jimmy Smith, Dr. John, Kenny Burrell, Terence Blanchard, Joe Sample, Cedar Walton, Tony Bennett, and Keb' Mo. On "I Love You, Yes I Do," Ms. Morrison is once again partnered by the soulful tenor saxophone of Houston Person who brings his own unique brand of bluesy exuberance to the proceedings. BARBARA MORRISON, vocals • Houston Person, tenor saxophone • Stuart Elster, piano • Richard Simon, bass • Lee Spath, drums TRACKS: Save Your Love For Me • Canadian Sunset • I Had a Talk With My Man Last Night • Trust in Me • I Didn't Know What Time It Was • Who Can I Turn To? • If It's the Last Thing I Do • Black Eyed Blues • I Love You, Yes I Do • And I Love Him • For the Love of You • Blow Top Blues

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7. Barbara Ray - "I Feel Good" REMIX - Nina Simone

Barbara Ray -

Nina Simone song, written by English songwriters Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse for the musical The Roar of the Greasepaint – The Smell of the Crowd. The song was first performed on stage in 1964 by Cy Grant on the UK tour, and by Gilbert Price in the original Broadway cast in 1965

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9. Barbara Ray-Sube tu Voz

Barbara Ray-Sube tu Voz

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10. Barbara Ray Mary J Blige Deep Inside - Cover

Barbara Ray Mary J  Blige Deep Inside - Cover

Deep Inside from Mary, the fourth studio album by American R&B recording artist Mary J. Blige.

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11. Barbara Ray

Barbara Ray

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13. Evil Bastards - War ( Magicdust VIP Feat. Barbara Ray & Delano Johnson )

Evil Bastards - War ( Magicdust VIP Feat. Barbara Ray & Delano Johnson )

Original by Evil Bastards . Vocals : Poet Delano Johnson and Barbara Ray Mastered by : Mowztep ------------------------------------- War - Magicdust VIP Feat. Barbara Ray & Delano Johnson 174 BPM

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15. Barbara Ray

Barbara Ray

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