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Mary Lou Williams (born Mary Elfrieda Scruggs; May 8, 1910 – May 28, 1981) was an American jazz pianist, arranger, and composer. She wrote hundreds of compositions and arrangements and recorded more than one hundred records (in 78, 45, and LP versions).
Williams explained her pioneering concept of pairing jazz with spirituals as an attempt to heal the disparity between the gifted nature of the African-American and his tendency toward the worst kinds of sin. In fact, the original title for this LP was Music for Disturbed Souls . Otherwise, expect a jump blues number, a handful of trio cuts (some featuring Percy Heath), and a smattering of various vocal combinations throughout. A number of styles are represented here and they weave amongst one another with ease and grace.
Praise the Lord (Come Holy Spirit) 22. Jesus is the Best 23. Tell Him Not to Talk Too Long 24. I Have a Dream The long-awaited reissue of Mary Lou Williams's magnum opus of religious jazz: Mary Lou's Mass. Newsweek called the score "an encyclopedia of black music, richly represented from spirituals to bop to rock. This is Williams's "Music for Peace," a landmark recording which addressed many of the social ills of the 1960s and 70s. It is perhaps the most openly religious jazz recording made at that time. In her own words, it is "Music for the Soul. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album. Includes either physical or digital liner notes Includes unlimited streaming of Mary Lou's Mass via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 10 days.
Folkways Records, FA 2966 (2 LP box set). Mary Lou Williams' Trio, Zodiac Suite, 1945 Folkways Records, FTS 32844. Mary Lou Williams in London, 1953 Crescendo Records, CNP 9029. The Mary Lou Williams Quartet featuring Don Byas, 1953 Crescendo Records, CNP 9030. Mary Lou Williams, The First Lady of Piano, New York 1955, March 8 & 10, 1955 Jazz Anthology, 30 JA 5187. Mary Lou Williams - Key Moments, 1929-1940 Topaz Jazz, TPZ 1016 (Pavilion Records, Ltd, E. Sussex, England, Made in Germany). The Mary Lou Williams Trio, Roll 'Em, 1944 Solo Art, ASCD-43. Mary Lou Williams, 1944 Classics Records, Classics 814 (The Classics Chronological Series, France). Mary Lou Williams, 1944 - 1945 Classics Records, Classics 1021 (The Classics Chronological Series, France). Mary Lou Williams, Zodiac Suite, Spring, 1945 Recordings, SF 40810.
Free download and listen Praise the Lord in Many Voices. Grayson Warren Brown. Tracks count: 11. Views: 0. Grayson Warren Brown - At the Name of Jesus 07:30. Grayson Warren Brown - My Shepherd 05:24. Grayson Warren Brown - Blessed Are You, God of All 03:11.
|Praise The Lord|
|A1||–Mary Lou Williams||Joycie|
|A2||–Mary Lou Williams||Thank You, Jesus|
|A3||–Mary Lou Williams||Our Father|
|A4||–Mary Lou Williams||Praise The Lord|
|Folkpsalms For The Young In Spirit|
|B1||–The Paul Quinlan Trio||Praise Ye, The Lord (Psalm 148)|
|B2||–The Paul Quinlan Trio||Praise The Lord In Many Voices (Psalm 33)|
|B3||–The Paul Quinlan Trio||Look To The Mountains (Psalm 121)|
|B4||–The Paul Quinlan Trio||Sing To God (Psalm 149)|
|B5||–The Paul Quinlan Trio||It's A Brand New Day (Psalm 18)|
|B6||–The Paul Quinlan Trio||I Look To God (Psalm 34)|
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|AVS-103||Mary Lou Williams / The Paul Quinlan Trio||Mary Lou Williams / The Paul Quinlan Trio - Praise The Lord In Many Voices (LP)||Avant Garde Records||AVS-103||US||1966|