[JPL] FW: Has anyone heard the new Stanley Clarke recording "Standards"?

Jae Sinnett jaejazz at yahoo.com
Sat Oct 28 00:11:12 EDT 2006


Audiophile Imports is selling it this month as a feature. I can't believe on this outlet they would be selling this against the artists wishes but it may be out of the artists control. Anyone remember that Al Jarreau "1965" release? I thought that his best record ever interestingly enough but he never wanted it released.   
   
  Jae Sinnett

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My understanding is that Stanley's cd is being released without Stanley's, 
Patrice's and Ndugu's permission.
-Dr.

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>Subject: Has anyone heard the new Stanley Clarke recording "Standards"?
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>Speaking of new releases
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>Has anyone heard the new Stanley Clarke recording "Standards"?
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>The performances are incredibly breathtaking, on this cd.
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>I feel that it's one of his best efforts, arguably-ever.
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>He's plying in a trio with Patrice Rushen (who nearly steals the show) and 
>Leon Ndugu Chancler
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>I don't think that many people have heard it. Which I think is a tragedy, 
>because it was released on Kind of Blue Records, which is an import label 
>and its US distributor City Hall does not support radio.
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>So has anyone else heard it?
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>Cheers!
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>Derrick Lucas
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