The Best Of Mr. T.

Stanley Turrentine

The Best Of Mr T
  • CAT # FCD-7708-25

    1. Many Rivers To Cross 4:16
    2. Evil Ways 4:19
    3. Sugar 8:20
    4. Pieces Of Dreams 4:58
    5. Walkin' 3:00
    6. Joao 3:40
    7. Everybody Come On Out 4:17
    8. Have You Ever Seen The Rain 3:59
    9. Reasons 5:35
    10. Nightwings 3:49
    11. Ligia 5:49
    12. Georgia On My Mind 3:07

with Ron Carter, Jack DeJohnette, Cornell Dupree, Eric Gale, Paul Griffin, Freddie Hubbard, Harvey Mason, Ray Parker, Jr., Lee Ritenour, Patrice Rushen, Joe Sample, Cedar Walton, and others

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