Movin' Day Grady Tate

Album info

Album-Release:
1974

HRA-Release:
12.02.2019

Label: Janus Records

Genre: R&B

Subgenre: Soul

Album including Album cover

?

Formats & Prices

FormatPriceIn CartBuy
FLAC 44.1 $ 12.50
  • 1Moondance04:15
  • 2Love Has No Pride04:18
  • 3I Wouldn't Have You Any Other Way03:04
  • 4Movin' Day06:07
  • 5Sitting In Limbo07:23
  • 6You're a Lady07:31
  • 7The Hardest Thing I've Ever Had To Do06:36
  • Total Runtime39:14

Info for Movin' Day



Best known as an innovative drummer who helped to define a particular hard bop, soul jazz and organ trio sound during the mid-1960s, Grady Tate was also an accomplished vocalist. His drum sound can be heard on the classic Jimmy Smith and Wes Montgomery albums recorded on the Verve label in the 1960s. As a sideman he has also played with Lionel Hampton, Grant Green, Boogaloo Joe Jones, Lena Horne, Astrud Gilberto, Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis, Blossom Dearie, Chris Connor, Sarah Vaughan, Ray Charles, Cal Tjader, Peggy Lee, Bill Evans, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Tom Rapp, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Stanley Turrentine, Charles Earland, Quincy Jones, Stan Getz, and Simon & Garfunkle. As a vocalist, Tate became popular as the voice behind many of the tunes in the Schoolhouse Rock series, including "I Got Six,” "Naughty Number Nine,” and "Fireworks." Presented here is Tate’s classic 1974 album “Movin’ Day,” which showcases his prowess as a great vocalist, covering tunes from Van Morrison to Jimmy Cliff in his inimitable laid back style.

Richard Tee, electric piano
Ron Carter, double bass
John Tropea, guitar
George Coleman, tenor saxophone
Jimmy Johnson Jr., drums
Montego Joe, percussion
Billy Butler, guitar
Elliot Randall, guitar
Joe Farrell, flute
Paul Griffin, electric piano
Gordon Edwards, double bass

Digitally remastered

No biography found.

This album contains no booklet.

© 2010-2019 HIGHRESAUDIO