Stuff's first album was recorded at Long View Farm in North Brookfield, Massachusetts and produced by Herb Lovelle in 1976. In Japan it was certified platinum
26 April ·. Bom Dia. Staff Gang Music.
Staff Selections 2018 by Various Artists, released 07 December 2018 1. Lyman Woodard Organization - Saturday Night Special 2. Ron Trent - Manchild (In the Promised Land) (Ron Trent Full Vocal Version) 3. Charles Mingus - Orange Was the Color of Her Dress, Then Blue Silk 4. Beatchild - The Only Difference 5. Ralph Thomas - Big Spliff 6. Yan Tregger - Sunny Wing 7. Takeo Moriyama - East Plants 8. The James L'Estraunge Orchestra - We Rise (6th Borough Project Remix) 9. The Herbaliser - Seize the Day 10. Mike City - 100 Miles (Sumsuch Remix) 11. Gabriele Poso - Everybody Loves the Sunshine 1. .
French band The Staff released one and only record in 1981 called Out Of Bounds, produced by Hugh Jones. The band consisted of Titanic’s ex members John Lorck and Janny Løseth together with vocalist Mary Ella. The same record was reissued a year later by Sound Of Scandinavia with a different title, City Business, but The Staff never released anything else other than that album and a few singles out of it.
The Staff are a remarkable gathering of a handful of the smooth jazz genre's best-known Christian musicians, and while the liner notes feature references to Biblical passages that inspired the songs, the disc can easily be enjoyed on a purely secular level as well. Featured most prominently are Kirk Whalum (often called the Apostle Paul of Smooth Jazz for his fearless presentation of Jesus to secular audiences) and Paul Jackson, Jr.
The way the lyrics alternate between ambiguous introspection and dark whimsy can also confuse the sense of the album as a whole, but hunting for patterns or for humanity on Blackstar is less the point than enjoying the majesty of David Bowie, even on the verge of his death, sounding this incredibly alive. Bon Iver – 22, A Million. Not since Kid A has an album so superb pushed away and pulled closer its audience, simultaneously and with such aplomb. James Vincent McMorrow – We Move.
supported by. ＦＲＯＳＴＯ. ＲＯＳＴＯ This album was really a superb surprise to listen to such versatile style, mixing lounge, contemporary jazz, and even some glitchy elements which make this release a true gem for your collection.