Webster Lewis - Fire album
Tracklist: 1. Welcome Aboard, 2. Dreams, 3. Night Life In The City, 4. Lift Your Voice And Say (United We Can Live In Peace Today), 5. Welcome Aboard (Reprise), 6. Easin’, 7. Antigua Blue, 8. Wind, 9. Strange, 10. My Fantasies.
From his 1979 LP "8 For The 80s".
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This Fire is Paula Cole's second album. According to the RIAA, the album has gone double platinum, selling over 2 million copies in United States and peaked at No. 20 on the Billboard 200 chart. According to the booklet, the album is dedicated to "the inner fire of all life. May our seeds of light open, brighten, and sow peace on earth". Writing and producing the album herself, she recorded all of it in roughly 2 weeks. Cole released three (official) singles from the album
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Webster Lewis download free and listen online. Big Miller;Zoot Sims;Al Cohn;Phil Woods;Ben Webster;Plas Johnson;Kenny Burrell;Jim Hall;Jimmy Jones;Red Mitchell;Elvin Jones;Jo Jones;Mel Lewis Good Old Guy (From the album "Did You Ever Hear the Blues?") (play). Jerry Mulligan, Jimmy Witherspoon, Ben Webster feat. Mel Lewis, John Tynan, Jimmy Rowles, Leroy Vinnegar .
Early sideman appearances by this keyboardist, composer, and arranger indicated potential on the modern jazz scene, Webster Lewis taking over from Larry Young in the progressive jazz Tony Williams' Lifetim. ead Full Biography.
The Love Unlimited Orchestra's album Welcome Aboard (feat. Webster Lewis) unlimited gold records FZ 37425 US from 1981 on Unlimited Gold records. All information of this Soul or Funk Album Like fragments, covers, tracks.
Listen to music from Webster Lewis like Do You Believe, El Bobo & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Webster Lewis. Although born in Baltimore, Webster Lewis moved to Los Angeles in the mid 1970's. Prior to his move, Webster played the live circuit, cutting 'Live At Club 7' on Counterpoint Records, a three track live album that included his version of the Isley Brothers 'It's Your Thing'.
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