The Evergreen Songbook. Non Stop Music. Unforgettable Love Songs [Virgin]. Original Love Box Set. The 2nd Smooth Jazz Avenue. Nat and Dean Love Songs. Unforgettable [WG]. Golden Hits of Nat King Cole. Unforgettable [Universal 2]. Golden Memories [Gold]. Unforgettable Love Songs [Not Now]. Greatest Ever! Love: The Definitive Collection.
Thirty Six All Time Greatest. Absolutely Hits of 50's. The Pop Years: The 50s. Majestic Hits from for the Diamond Jubilee. The Good Times. His Greatest Top Fifty. Highlights of Nat King Cole. Wild Love. Le Meilleur du Jazz Relaxant. Messieurs les Crooners. Swooning and Crooning: Nat King Cole. Crooners Romantiques. Greatest Ever Jazz Masterpieces. Silver Linings. Les Inoubliables. A Royal Romance. Burning Love: 60 Songs of Passion. De Pre Historie: , Vol.
Definitive Collection. Essential Crooners Collection. Funny Valentine: Oldies Love Songs. Golden International Evergreens. Golden Oldies Hit Series, Vol. Golden Radio Hits Greatest Hits of Greatest Hits of the s, Vol. I Just Love: Love Songs. Jazz Era [The Gift of Music].
Jazz Night Deluxe. Jazz and Swing Fever, Vol. Jazz for Dinner, Vol. King Classics of Nat King Cole. Kiss Me: Love Songs for Lovers. Las Vegas Legends [Germany]. Legends of Swing, Vol. Relax In Scotland.
Pure Rock And Roll Magic. Rock and Water An Eclectic Compilation. Rockin' All Over The Glen. Rock Rock Rock! Scotland - Let's Party! Scotland Forever. Scotland My Homeland. Scotland the Brave. Scotland The Brave. Scotland Unplugged - Scottish and Celtic Classics.
Scottish Club Fever. Scottish Connections. Scottish Connections Live. Scottish Disco. Scottish Fiddle Rally - Concert Highlights Scottish Folk At Its Best.
Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Report this album or account. If you like Underground Music Vol. Body Count by Maenad Veyl. Excellent, harrowing, classic-style industrial music, with songs swallowed by stern synths and ground up between churning dance rhythms. Adaptive Emotional Use by Death Kneel.
The Total Black label have done it again, with this grim and punishing noise outing from Death Kneel. Yaakov Markowitz - Those Times Single.
Motti Feldman - Ima Single 6 Reviews. Aharon Wyne - I'll Try 6 Reviews. Moishey Ney - Chaneinu Single 16 Reviews. Reb Shaya Vocal Single 10 Reviews. Sruly Lipschitz - Tzeedreit Single 9 Reviews. Chords Music - Vanachnu Single 4 Reviews. Featured Videos. Traitor Video Traitor Video 2 Reviews.
Traitor Video 2 Reviews. In , the label would release the soundtrack to the hit and critically acclaimed documentary film "Hoop Dreams", which was nominated for Academy Awards and had fallen into a lot controversy about how the film was handled by the Academy voters branch.
The label would also pay homage to a few jazz legends in albums recorded by both Dave Grusin and Arturo Sandoval.
This did not last long, however. After founders Dave Grusin and Larry Rosen left the label in early in , famed producer Tommy LiPuma was given the reins of the label with a few of Grusin and Rosen's artists staying on board, including David Benoit, Arturo Sandoval who would depart in , Lee Ritenour who would depart in and return in , The Rippingtons featuring Russ Freeman who would depart the label in , Gary Burton who would depart in , Spyro Gyra who would depart in the late s , Diane Schuur who would leave after Tom Scott who would depart late in the s , Nelson Rangell who would depart in , Joe Sample who stayed with the label until his passing , Larry Carlton who would go onto record with his regular group, Fourplay, and would sign with Warner Bros.
Records after , and Ramsey Lewis who would leave after Many original or recently signed artists departed, including Dave Valentin who had recorded fifteen albums for the label from the beginning until , Chick Corea who left for Concord Music during after his final release for GRP , Sergio Salvatore, The Yellowjackets, B.
King, Michael Brecker whose contract was transferred back to Impulse! Records where he had originally signed during the s , Teodross Avery who Grusin and Rosen signed in had his contract transferred to Impulse! With this turnover, LiPuma brought in some familiar faces and new artists that he felt would keep Grusin and Rosen's vision of the label alive while integrating his own musical ideals.
This established group of popular jazz artists were the perfect complements to those artists who survived the purge of the label. Her popularity had kept the label afloat for a long time until she eventually signed with Verve in the mid s , along with saxophonist Mindi Abair, who made her debut in and was an instant hit with smooth jazz fans until leaving the label after , where she has become a major star.
Founder Dave Grusin did record a tribute album dedicated to the music of the legendary Henry Mancini entitled Two For The Road in and released in This would be the second to last album for the label, with Dave Grusin: Now Playing , a solo piano album dedicated to his music from the films he had composed the music for recorded in and eventually released in being his last official release on the label. The label would change its name and moniker to Great Records Period after under LiPuma's direction since Grusin and Rosen had sold the company in In later years, the label would take a more commercial direction signing artists like Sarah McLachlan , Ledisi and others to the label which has gone away from its jazz roots.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.GRP Records (Grusin-Rosen Productions) is a jazz record label founded by Dave Grusin and Larry Rosen in GRP was known for its all-digital recordings and jazz-pop sound. GRP was known for its all-digital recordings and jazz-pop britpop.frostbrewjojolemaverad.infoinfor: Dave Grusin, Larry Rosen.
© Copyright 2019 - Landing Page WordPress Theme