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Although vocalist Mark Murphy is always closely identified with the light breezy jazz sound that he forged during his 70's recordings for Muse, he began his career as a fairly straight ahead interpreter of popular and jazz material for labels like Decca and Capitol. The Capitol sides have always ... CD
Arguably the best Mark Murphy album ever – a stunningly soulful, and slightly spiritual 70s session that features some of his hippest tunes ever – and backings from a Dave Matthews-arranged group that also includes The Brecker Brothers and Don Grolnick on keyboards! Titles include ... CD
Recent work by Mark Murphy – but as sublime as most of his best stuff from the 70s! The set was recorded in Europe, with the kind of respectful backing you'd expect from a scene that's loved Murphy's work for years – and which have done quite a bit to keep his unique style of jazz ... CD
Not a bad record from Murphy, but he's sort of biding his time here – working through some pretty boring mellow tunes, and occasionally hitting some tunes with a bit more of a groove, but none of the majestic power of his best earlier recordings. The record features backing by a group that ... CD
Great new work from Mark Murphy – a real no-nonsense, back-to-basics session that really recalls the greatness of some of his 70s classics. The set's got small combo backing, and Mark's doing a fair bit of traditional jazz standards – but the feel of the album is wonderful, gently ... CD
A great 2CD set that brings together some of Mark Murphy's best recordings for the legendary Muse label – one that has a focus on the more standard sides sung by Murphy, but in true Murphy mode, also has some really surprising moments! Murphy's work for the label really helped redefine the ... CD