Parker, Maceo: It's All About Love

SKU: 40064697
Maceo Parker: It's All About Love

Parker, Maceo: It's All About Love

SKU: 40064697

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: It's All About Love
Artist: Parker, Maceo
Label: Leopard
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 4049774780516
Genre: Jazz

LP version. Gatefold sleeve; direct metal mastering; 180 gram vinyl; includes extra track "Love Is A Many Splendored Thing" (not on the CD). To celebrate his 75th birthday (February 14th, 2018), soul and funk icon Maceo Parker released It's All About Love, his first studio album since 2006. It's not only featuring him as saxophonist but also as an outstanding singer. Personnel: Cora Coleman Dunham - drums; Carroll V. Dashiell Jr. - bass; Paul Shigihara - guitar; Frank Chastenier - piano & electric organ; Marcio Doctor - percussion; Maceo Parker - vocals & alto saxophone; Andy Hunter, Ludwig Nuss, Shannon Barnett - trombone; Andy Haderer, Frank Wiese, Rob Bruynen, Ruud Breuls, Wim Both - trumpets; Johan Hörlén, Karolina Strassmayer, Olivier Peters, Paul Heller - alto saxophones and woodwinds; Jens Neufang - baritone saxophone and woodwind; Mattis Cederberg - bass trombone; Orchestra: WDR Big Band Köln (conducted by Michael Abene).


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