Charles Earland and Seldon Powell – My Favorite Things (1973)

Digital Crate Digging Continues, check us out!! we’re “all up in” this HumpDay Extravaganza…

The saga / struggle continues aka life goes / toil and strife goes on; might have told you, getting over the hump is the business, somebody will “understand a brotha”

The saga / struggle continues check these menus as this good word is dropped along with these sounds…

While chilling out in the lab? two of my favorite things,  seeped in the joy that it brings when we’re on shaky grounds..

Undergoing beat therapy / sonic rehab!! speaking of my favorite things we’re listening to Charles Earland and Seldon Powell with My Favorite Things (1973)

Shout out to Deep Track Zach a fellow crate digger who turned me on to this one / these things!! he knows what the deal will be!!

I dropped versions of this Julie Andrews classic earlier, I had Ronnie Jordan and John Coltrane revisions..

Check out this version from Mr Earland and Mr Powell and the other all star players they’re working with; check how we’re swerving with this check the style!! we’re out here off of I-20 in Atlanta Afternoon Jazzing!!

From the Prestige LP “Charles III” (PRT-10061)

Soprano Saxophone/Organ: Charles Earland

Tenor Saxophone: Seldon Powell

Tuba: Jack Jeffers

Trumpet: Joe Shepley

Drums: Darryl Washington

Songwriters: Rodgers/Hammerstein

Recording Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder

Producer: Jim Rein

 

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