The Visitors (10) – Neptune. Etichetta: Cobblestone – CST 9010. Formato: Vinyl, LP, Album. The duo 4hero originally covered this version of John Coltrane's "Naima", track A2, on the various artists compilation album "The Good Good" originally released on their own label "2000 Black" in 2000. Very soulful jazz piece, as many versions of this track tend to be, so worth owning for this alone. Rispondi Visualizza 1 risposta Avvertimi 3 Helpful.
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Cobblestone CST 9010 The Visitors - Neptune Muse MR 5195 Earl And Carl Grubbs The Visitors - Neptune. Earl Grubbs, soprano, tenor sax; Carl Grubbs, alto sax; Sid Simmons, piano; Stanley Clarke, bass; James Glenn, bass John Goldsmith, drums, shakers; Richard Lee Wiggins, bells. Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, PA, October 30 & November 1, 1972.
Neptune is the fourth album by The Northern Pikes released in 1992. This was the band's last studio album until they reformed in 1999. Although "Twister" and "Everything" were released as proper singles, with "Twister" becoming a moderate hit. The song "Believe" was released as a promotional single, and was a top 40 hit. Meanwhile, "Everything" failed to chart – instead, the b-side "Worlds Away" picked up airplay and peaked at on the Canadian singles charts.
Award winning Nigerian Disc Jockey DJ Neptune finally released his most anticipated album which titled Greatness The Album houses complete 13 and 2 bonus tracks which features some top Nigerian artiste like Davido, Burna Boy, Runtown, Mayorkun, Olamide, Yemi Alade, Mr. Real, Kiss Daniel, Jesse Jagz, Maleek Berry, Reminisce, Mayorkun, Zoro, Slimcase, Small Doctor, Pasuma, Efya, Phyno, Niniola and Mr Eazi
Although the album includes their finest song from a lyrical standpoint in "Believe," with "World's Away" and "Why Cry" not far behind, Neptune's overall feel as an album has them sounding distant and aloof. The effort is there, though, as cuts like "Somedays," "Straight Lines," and "The Way You Are" have dual singers Jay Semko and Bryan Potvin trying hard vocally, but the songs become burdened by stale choruses and bland guitar runs that end up sounding cloudy and enigmatic.
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Percussion – Sherman Ferguson
|B1||Reflections (On New York City, Everything Is Everything)||2:39|
Bass – Edward Crockett
- Recorded At – Sigma Sound Studios
- Alto Saxophone – Carl Grubbs
- Bass – John Hicks
- Congas – Robert Kenyatta (tracks: A1, A2)
- Drums – Bill Roy, John Goldsmith (tracks: A1, B2, B3)
- Percussion – Richard Lee Wiggins (tracks: A1, B2)
- Piano – Ron Burton (tracks: A1, B2, B3), Sid Simmons (tracks: A1, A2, B1, B2)
- Producer – Skip Drinkwater
- Soprano Saxophone – Earl Grubbs
NotesWhite label with "Promotion Copy" and "Not For Sale" printed on the right side.
|CST 9010||The Visitors||Neptune (LP, Album)||Cobblestone||CST 9010||US||1972|
|MR 5195||The Visitors , Earl Grubbs, Carl Grubbs||The Visitors , Earl Grubbs, Carl Grubbs - Neptune (LP, Album, RE)||Muse Records||MR 5195||US||1980|