More albums from Charles Earland: Living Black! by Charles Earland. Intensity by Charles Earland. Earland’s Jam by Charles Earland. Infant Eyes by Charles Earland. Smokin’ by Charles Earland. Let’s Go by Charles Earland. Perceptions by Charles Earland. Charles III by Charles Earland. View all albums . Kharma. 4. Suite For Martin Luther King Part 2: Mode For Martin. More albums from Charles Earland: Living Black! by Charles Earland.
While this sometimes broadened his tonal range impressively, at other times it worked against his best strengths and his best instrument, the organ.
Profilo: US Soul-Jazz organist and earlier in his career, a saxophonist; born 24 May 1941, died 11 December 1999 of heart failure.
Charles Earland (May 24, 1941 – December 11, 1999) was an American jazz organist. Earland was born in Philadelphia and learned to play the saxophone in high school. He played tenor with Jimmy McGriff at the age of 17 and in 1960 formed his first group. He started playing the organ after playing with Pat Martino, and joined Lou Donaldson's band from 1968 to 1969.
Live at the Lighthouse (Charles Earland album). Live at the Lighthouse is a live album by organist Charles Earland which was recorded at the Lighthouse Café in Hermosa Beach in 1972 and released on the Prestige label.
Kharma (album), Kharma is a live album by organist Charles Earland which was recorded at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1974 and released on the Prestige label1 . Suite For Martin Luther King Part 2: Mode For Martin" - 7:59. Jon Faddis - trumpet. Clifford Adams - trombone. Dave Hubbard - soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone, flute. Ron Carter - electric bass. George Johnson - drums.
The Great Pyramid released: 1976. Kharma released: 1975. Charles III released: 1973. Intensity released: 1972. Living Black! released: 1970. Soul Crib released: 1969. Living Black!, Live At The Lighthouse released: Charles Earland Intensity - The Complete Sessions With Lee Morgan released: Anthology released
CHARLES EARLAND ODYSSEY Released 1976 Mercury SRM-1-1049. After the phenomenal double-LP ‘Leaving This Planet’, which featured Freddie Hubbard and Joe Henderson as rocket fuel, Earland continued in a similarly cosmic-jazz direction. He made one more LP for Prestige, a live album of new material called Kharma, and then began a new phase at Mercury Records with this o-rock fusion called Odyssey, which also became the name of his spaceship, I mean vehicle, for releasing this kind of thing for the next few years
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|Suite For Martin Luther King Part 1: Offering||8:40|
|Suite For Martin Luther King Part 2: Mode For Martin||7:59|
|P-10095||Charles Earland||Kharma (LP, Album)||Prestige||P-10095||US||1975|
|P 10095||Charles Earland||Kharma (LP, Album, Promo)||Prestige||P 10095||US||1975|