Turn on Your Love Light: The Duke Recordings, Vol. 2

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All Music Guide - Bill Dahl
Picking up right where the first volume left off and continuing into 1964, this two-disc compilation 50 tracks! showcases one of Bland's most appealing periods at Duke. Joe Scott was experimenting boldly with his protegé's repertoire, his brass-powered arrangements urging Bland to increased heights of incendiary energy on "Turn on Your Love Light" and "Yield Not to Temptation" driven by future James Brown drummer Jabo Starks's funky traps and advanced sophistication levels for the honey-smooth "Share Your Love with Me" and "That's the Way Love Is." Bennett's crackling blues licks invest "Stormy Monday Blues," "The Feeling Is Gone," and "Black Night" with T-Bone-derived ...
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All Music Guide - Bill Dahl
Picking up right where the first volume left off and continuing into 1964, this two-disc compilation 50 tracks! showcases one of Bland's most appealing periods at Duke. Joe Scott was experimenting boldly with his protegé's repertoire, his brass-powered arrangements urging Bland to increased heights of incendiary energy on "Turn on Your Love Light" and "Yield Not to Temptation" driven by future James Brown drummer Jabo Starks's funky traps and advanced sophistication levels for the honey-smooth "Share Your Love with Me" and "That's the Way Love Is." Bennett's crackling blues licks invest "Stormy Monday Blues," "The Feeling Is Gone," and "Black Night" with T-Bone-derived tradition, while Bland handles Charlie Rich's "Who Will the Next Fool Be" with just the right amount of bluesy resignation.
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  • Release Date: 4/26/1994
  • Label: Mca
  • UPC: 008811095727
  • Catalog Number: 10957

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Bobby "Blue" Bland Primary Artist, Vocals
Clifford Scott Alto Saxophone
Jimmy Beck Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Wayne Bennett Guitar
Johnny Board Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Skippy Brooks Piano
Rayfield Davers Baritone Saxophone
Pluma Davis Trombone
Bobby Forte Tenor Saxophone
Hamp Simmons Bass
John Starks Drums
L.A. Hill Tenor Saxophone
Teddy Reynolds Piano
Joe Scott Conductor
Technical Credits
Ivory Joe Hunter Composer
Jimmy Reed Composer
Irving Mills Composer
Trade Martin Composer
Monk Higgins Composer
Al Bell Composer
Deadric Malone Composer
Andy McKaie Producer
Vernon Morrison Composer
Clyde Otis Composer
Joe Scott Composer, Producer
Vartan Art Direction
Erick Labson Remastering
Clifton William Smith Composer
Bob Merlis Liner Notes
Don Schlitz Composer
Joseph Scott Composer
Joe Scott Arranger
Traditional Composer
Joe Primrose Composer
Al Braggs Composer
D. Malone Composer
Gil Capple Composer
Donna K. Anderson Composer
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