Stanley Clarke ‎– Journey To Love

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Nemperor Records ‎– NE 433
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A1 Silly Putty 4:52
A2 Journey To Love
Lyrics By – Jill Steinberg, Stevie GeltmanSoloist, Guitar – Jeff Beck
4:52
A3 Hello Jeff
Drums – Lenny WhiteElectric Bass, Organ – Stanley ClarkeElectric Guitar – Jeff Beck
5:16
A4 Song To John (Part 1)
Acoustic Bass – Stanley ClarkeAcoustic Guitar – Mahavishnu John McLaughlin*Engineer – Bernie Kirsch*Piano – Chick CoreaWritten-By – Chick Corea
4:22
B1 Song To John (Part 2)
Acoustic Bass – Stanley ClarkeAcoustic Guitar – Mahavishnu John McLaughlin*Engineer – Bernie Kirsch*Piano – Chick CoreaWritten-By – Chick Corea
6:09
B2 Concerto For Jazz / Rock Orchestra 14:25

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℗ © 1975 Nemperor Records.
Distributed by Atlantic Recording Corporation.
Recorded at Electric Ladyland Studios, New York, New York.
Mixed at Scorpio Studios, London.
Printed in U.S.A.

"Song To John" is dedicated to John Coltrane.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side, center label): (ST-NE-753465 PR)
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side, center label): (ST-NE-753466 PR)
  • Matrix / Runout (A-side, etching): ST-NE-753465-A- AT/GP PR
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side, etching): ST-NE-753466-B AT PR
  • Other (Bottom of spine): 0698

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NE 433 Stanley Clarke Journey To Love(LP, Album, Mon) Nemperor Records NE 433 US 1975 Sell This Version
P-10081A, NE 433 Stanley Clarke Journey To Love(LP, Album) Warner-Pioneer Corporation, Nemperor Records P-10081A, NE 433 Japan 1975 Sell This Version
HATS 421-179 Stanley Clarke Journey To Love(LP, Album) Atlantic HATS 421-179 Spain 1975 Sell This Version
SICJ 254 Stanley Clarke Journey To Love(CD, Album, Ltd, RE) Epic SICJ 254 Japan 2017 Sell This Version
ATL 50 187, NE 433 Stanley Clarke Journey To Love(LP, Album, RE) Nemperor Records, Nemperor Records ATL 50 187, NE 433 Germany Unknown Sell This Version

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jussumen

jussumen

March 25, 2010
This is a prime example of mid 70ies Jazz/Rock Fusion. As dated as some of this might sound today the fun of the interaction between those cracks is still awe inspiring and what made this special : it is really funky in places. The arrangements are top notch. The ideas are fresh and the songs vary a lot in style. It is definitely worth a try for any serious Jazz lover and also to those that like diggin' in the crates. Samples can be found easily. For a relaxing and interesting listening session over a bass heavy system this is top notch material. Actually listening to it now after decades for the first time - it is even more than that. A good piece of music, very ambitious, lots of acoustic interludes and pieces - but it is well made and the sound quality on CD is extra ordinary. Bet you can find a CD for a few bucks, pound or Euro when you're lucky - don't let it pass you by. I loved the LP and it's artwork back then and like the music just as much as 35 years ago.
Check the musicians playing here and you know it must be good.