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Stanley Turrentine’s 1960s Blue Note output was reliably excellent, but this 1964 session featuring his thick, blues-drenched tenor saxophone backed by organist Shirley Scott, guitarist Kenny Burrell, bassist Bob Cranshaw, and drummer Otis Finch, surely ranks with his very best. From the relentless groove of “Trouble (No. 2)” to the scorching dialog between Turrentine and Burrell on “Ladyfingers” to the deep swinging blues of the title track, Hustlin’ is must-have music for fans of Stanley Turrentine.
Blue Note Records’ Tone Poet Audiophile Vinyl Reissue Series is produced by Joe Harley and features all-analog, mastered-from-the-original-master-tape 180g audiophile vinyl reissues in deluxe gatefold packaging. Mastering is by Kevin Gray (Cohearent Audio) and vinyl is manufactured at Record Technology Incorporated (RTI).
A1. Trouble (No. 2) A2. Love Letters A3. The Hustler
B1. Ladyfingers B2. Something Happens To Me B3. Goin' Home