Grover Mitchell - Turned On mp3 flac download
|Date of release:||1968|
|MP3 album size:||1230 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1423 mb|
|Digital formats:||MP1 MOD MP4 MPC MIDI WMA APE|
Atlanta’s Grover Mitchell recorded Turned On b/w Blue Over You in Nashville May 3, 1968, at RCA Studios.
Grover Mitchell (2). Turned On, Blue Over You (7"). Grover Mitchell (2). Turned On (7", Single, Promo). London American Recordings.
Grover Curry Mitchell (March 17, 1930 in Whatley, Alabama – August 6, 2003 in New York City) was a jazz trombonist who led the Count Basie Orchestra. Mitchell was born in Alabama, but he moved with his parents to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, when he was eight. He played the bugle in school and wanted to play trumpet, but the band needed a trombonist and Mitchell's long arms fit the task. He was a member of the school's orchestra with Ahmad Jamal and Dakota Staton.
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GROVER MITCHELL is a bop big band music artist. Grover Mitchell is a soulful and expressive soloist who is best known for his association with swing greats, and has an appealing, very likable tone that was influenced by Tommy Dorsey. Born in Whatley, AL, and raised in Pittsburgh, he moved to the West Coast in the early '60s. Mitchell played with Duke Ellington's orchestra in 1961 before working with Lionel Hampton briefly in 1962.
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Meet Grover Mitchell. It is not too surprising that the debut recording by Grover Mitchell's big band sounds a bit like Count Basie's. The trombonist/arranger was a member of Basie's band from 1962-70 and would have two future stints (including one as the orchestra's leader). This particular out-of-print LP from a small Los Angeles label features Mitchell's arrangements for a 16-piece big band; eight of the ten songs are his originals
Artist: Grover Mitchell. Album: Grover Mitchell Big Band, 2004. Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises. Grover Mitchell Big Band. 2004 Storyville Records. Released on: 2004-02-20. Auto-generated by YouTube. Has been played on. Sweden 11. Global Swing Broadcast.
Grover Mitchell, the lead trombonist for the late-period Count Basie Orchestra and the third leader of the band since Basie's death, died on Wednesday at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Hospital in Manhattan. He was 73 and lived in Manhattan. The cause was cancer, said Dee Askew, the band's manager, who added that no successor as bandleader had yet been chosen.
Album: Jazz The Morning After, Big Band. Grover Mitchell, Grover Mitchell With St John & The Cardinals, The Cardinals - Take Your Time And Love Me Talcum Soul 6, 2007 02:30. Grover Mitchell - Time Brings About a Change Deep Soul Moments (Sometime, Someplace, Somewhere), 2014 02:45. Artist: Grover Mitchell Grover Mitchell Big Band.
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Written-By – Dees*
|B||Blue Over You
Written-By – Mitchell*, Dees*
- Producer – Roy Orbison
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|HLU 10221||Grover Mitchell||Turned On (7", Single)||London Records, London American Recordings||HLU 10221||UK||1968|
|5.638||Grover Mitchell||Turned On / Blue Over You (7")||London Records||5.638||Belgium||1968|
|HLU 10221||Grover Mitchell||Turned On (7", Single, Promo)||London American Recordings||HLU 10221||UK||1968|