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8 thoughts on “ The Emperor - The Jazz Crusaders* - Lighthouse 68 (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. The group's album, Powerhouse, was their first to reach the Billboard album chart, reaching No. , and was also their last studio album for Pacific Jazz. The group then signed with the Chisa label, co-owned by trumpeter Hugh Masekela and producer Stewart Levine.
  2. Label: Pacific Jazz - 5 2 3 • Format: CD Album, Club Edition, Remastered BMG • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • The Jazz Crusaders* - Lighthouse '68 (, BMG, CD) | Discogs Explore.
  3. The Jazz Crusaders at the Lighthouse: Live: Pacific Jazz ST Tough Talk: Studio Pacific Jazz ST Heat Wave: Studio Pacific Jazz ST Jazz Waltz (with Les McCann) Studio Pacific Jazz ST Stretchin' Out: Studio Pacific Jazz ST The Thing: Studio Pacific Jazz ST Chile Con Soul: Studio Pacific Jazz ST
  4. Lighthouse '68 is the third date the Jazz Crusaders cut at the popular California venue. Previous outings recorded here, though very fine, carried the sonic weight of a band very aware of their audience and that they were making live records. Here, they get it completely right.
  5. Lighthouse '68 is a live album by The Jazz Crusaders recorded in and released on the Pacific Jazz label. This is one the most intimate jazz shows captured on tape during the s. Lighthouse '68 is a funk jazz music live album recording by THE JAZZ CRUSADERS released in on CD, LP/Vinyl .
  6. THE JAZZ CRUSADERS LP Lighthouse Pacific Jazz(Usa Mono pj) Vinyl VG+ Cover VG+. Tracks: ooga-boo-ga-loo, eleanor ribgy, native dancer, never had it so good, the emperor End date: May 28,
  7. The Jazz Crusaders were started in by Joe Sample (piano), Wilton Felder (tenor sax), Stix Hooper (drums), and Wayne Henderson (trombone). The group employed a number of bassists (and also a few guitarists) throughout the '60s. As the decade progressed the Jazz Crusaders moved from a more bop-oriented sound and began to incorporate more soul and R&B influences.
  8. The Jazz Crusaders recorded four albums at the Lighthouse in Hermosa Beach during the s. This out-of-print LP has highlights from their Lighthouse '68 and Lighthouse '69 sets. With bassist Buster Williams making the group (which still had original members trombonist Wayne Henderson, tenor saxophonist Wilton Felder, pianist Joe Sample and drummer Stix Hooper) a quintet, the Jazz Crusaders.

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