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The Alexander Review - The Alexander Review album Performer: The Alexander Review
Title: The Alexander Review
Style: Funk, Disco
Date of release: 1975
Country: US
Size MP3: 1743 mb
Size FLAC: 1700 mb
Rating: 4.7

If it's vaguely hippie-ish and vaguely Californian, count on Ebert to work it into his solo debut: acid-folk reveries, Beck-ish busker rap, lyrics about Vietnam, sensitive maleness, Dylanisms, yodeling, calling women. Alexander - Very Good, Based on 5 Critics. A Jesus-beard guy who fronts the 11-piece collective Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Ebert has been working the . music scene for more than a decade.

Alexander the Great (Eric Alexander album). Alexander the Great is an album by saxophonist Houston Person which was recorded in 1997 and released on the HighNote label in 2000.

Markolino Diamond - I Want You 04:15. Mark Alexander - Everything You Do Is All Right with Me 04:07. Mark Alexander - I Still Know You 03:59. Mark Alexander - Snidely Whiplash 06:18. Mark Alexander - A Change Had Better Come 03:59. Mark Alexander - Sad Slim 03:35. Mark Alexander - That Woman 05:01. Remedy - Mark Alexander.

Mark Alexander 27-05-2016. Toplam süre:33 min. 01. Measure for Measure. 02. Everything You Do Is All Right with Me. Mark Alexander. 03. I Still Know You.

was sampled in. Annihilation by Dilated Peoples (2000). Music to Watch Drive By's To by Sureshot Symphony (2007).

Alexander’s stint with The Mighty Burner was his first major gig after placing second to Joshua Redman in the Thelonious Monk competition for tenor saxophonists in 1991. For this disc recorded in 1997, Earland assumed the role of producer as well as playing the Hammond B3 organ. In contrast to Alexander’s regular, straight-ahead fare as a leader for a number of record labels, Alexander the Great pretty much sticks to the formula of Earland’s popular recordings for Muse and HighNote, with an emphasis on funk and soul grooves. The material includes a couple of crowd-pleasing pop tunes ( Let’s.

Years & Years return with BDSM-referencing dance track ‘Sanctify’. Alexander uses religious iconography to explore themes of sexuality, queerness and guilt in the most gloriously unapologetic fashion

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A1 Measure For Measure 2:31
A2 Everything You Do Is All Right With Me 4:06
A3 I Still Know You 3:56
A4 Snidely Whiplash 6:15
B1 A Change Had Better Come 3:56
B2 I Want You
Written-By – Lennon/McCartney*
B3 Sad Slim 3:32
B4 That Woman 5:00


  • Backing Vocals – Alex Reyes, Fay Feller, Mark Alexander Dimond*
  • Bass – Clyde Bullard, Eddie Rivera
  • Congas – Azzedin Weston
  • Drums – Buddy Williams
  • Engineer – Jon Fausty
  • Guitar – Jimmy Lopez
  • Piano, Clavinet, Synthesizer [Moog], Lead Vocals – Mark Alexander Dimond*
  • Producer, Arranged By – Mark Alexander*
  • Saxophone – Andy Harlow, Robin Kenyatta
  • Saxophone [Baritone] – Bill Marmando
  • Trombone – Barry Rogers, Bill Ohashi, Tom Malone
  • Trumpet – Danny Reyes, Ray Maldonado, Tom Malone
  • Written-By – M. Alexander*


Recorded at Good Vibrations Sound Studios, N.Y.C.
Distributed By Fania Records, Inc.
℗ 1975, Vaya Records

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VS-46 The Alexander Review The Alexander Review ‎(CD, Album, RE) Vaya Records VS-46 US 2002
LPS-88585 The Alexander Review The Alexander Review ‎(LP, Album) Vaya Records LPS-88585 Venezuela 1975