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King Pleasure - Golden Days album download

King Pleasure - Golden Days album download

King Pleasure
Golden Days
Bop,Vocal Jazz,Vocalese
June 14, 1960
Recording location:
Hollywood, CA
MP3 archive size:
1508 mb
FLAC archive size:
1900 mb
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Features Song Lyrics for King Pleasure's Golden Days album. King Pleasure - Golden Days Album Lyrics. 1. Parker's Mood Lyrics. 2. Moody's Mood for Love Lyrics. King Pleasure Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Do you like this album?

Artists King Pleasure Golden Days. This album has an average beat per minute of 100 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 62/149 BPM). See the BPM profile of this album. Tracklist - Golden Days.

King Pleasure - Golden Days (1960) Little Boy, Don't Get Scared. King Pleasure - Golden Days (1960) Tomorrow Is Another Day. 04:42.

Album · 1960 · 9 Songs. Pleasure was still recording in the early '60s, but after that, he faded into great obscurity - although the impact of his early work would remain long after his death on March 21, 1982 (only three days before what would have been his 60th birthday). In the late '90s, one could hear Pleasure's influence on such promising vocalists as Ian Shaw and Lou Lanza.

King Pleasure - Golden Days, 03:47, . MB download mp3 full version here. Artist: King Pleasure. Album: Jazz Masters - In the Mood for Love. Download King Pleasure - Golden Days. Jazz Masters - In the Mood for Love: Best 2 songs. King Pleasure - Exclamation Blues 02:40.

This CD reissue (one of three King Pleasure sets that together contain all of his recordings) has an LP-length session from 1960 (originally put out by HiFi Jazz) that is dominated by spirited remakes of past glories. The vocalese singer revisits such songs as "Moody's Mood for Love," "Don't Get Scared," and "Parker's Mood" with the assistance of tenors Teddy Edwards and Harold Land and pianist Gerald Wiggins

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Original Jazz Classics (catalog number OJC-1772) HiFi Jazz (catalog number HIFI 425). This album was released in 1991 year. US. Format of the release is. Vinyl, LP. Album. The album included the following session artists: Bass. Wilfred Middlebrooks.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Moody's Mood for Love Dorothy Fields / Jimmy McHugh / James Moody King Pleasure 2:56
2 The New Symphony Sid King Pleasure King Pleasure 3:00
3 Don't Worry About Me Rube Bloom / Ted Koehler King Pleasure 3:00
4 Little Boy, Don't Get Scared King Pleasure King Pleasure 2:26
5 Parker's Mood Charlie Parker / King Pleasure King Pleasure 2:49
6 Golden Days King Pleasure King Pleasure 3:46
7 Tomorrow Is Another Day King Pleasure King Pleasure 4:40
8 No, Not Much Robert Allen / Al Stillman King Pleasure 5:15
9 All of Me Gerald Marks / Seymour Simons King Pleasure 3:05
  • Great record! I'd love to see this reissued with the original liner notes (written by King Pleasure himself) in which he claims to be "the savior of humanity" and "a baby planet nucleus" (which makes me think he should have been collaborating with Sun Ra). I especially like the three songs, including the title track, in which Pleasure shows he was a great "straight" jazz singer as well as a vocalese specialist. Particularly treasurable is his cover of the Four Lads' 1955 hit "No, Not Much," a superb recording, vividly phrased, that should have turned on other jazz singers to this song. I disagree that it's the least of Pleasure's three albums: the Prestige collection on Original Jazz Classics is the definitive Pleasure, but this one's way better than the 1962 United Artists album "Mr. Jazz," on which he's fine but the syrupy orchestrations and Abbey Rents vocal backgrounds really get in the way. Here he's just got a fine jazz combo backing him (including the great pianist Gerald Wiggins, whom I saw in the 1990's) and both he and the musicians are in great form.