Al Jarreau

Al Jarreau
Real name
Alwyn Lopez Jarreau
Born
March 12, 1940
Died
February 12, 2017
Country
United States
IPI
00087170169
00087170267
Member of
Peace Choir (1991)
USA for Africa (1985)
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Originals

Title Performer Release date Covered by
1984 Howard Alden
1983 (3 artists)
June 30, 1981 Cristiano Gallian
1977 (3 artists)
June 30, 1981 Markus Becker
1983 Grover Washington Jr.
1984 George Howard
November 15, 1988 (7 artists)
1983 (4 artists)
June 30, 1981 (2 artists)
June 13, 1980 Holy Moly Jazzband Deluxe
1983 (17 artists)
September 8, 1986 Sue Ann
June 30, 1981 (3 artists)
1983 Greta Matassa
1984 Joo Kraus
1984 Finlanders
1994 (2 artists)
1983 Princeton Footnotes
August 1975 Jay Hoggard

Covers by Al Jarreau

Title Performer Release date Originally by
August 3, 2004 Johnny Mercer and The Pied Pipers with Paul Weston and His Orchestra
1976 Vinicius de Moraes com Conjunto e Côro, Wanda de Sah
1979 Bill Withers
1982 Diahann Carroll, Dolores Harper, Ada Moore and Enid Mosier
1977 Irene Kral with The Junior Mance Trio
1992 Miles Davis
Covered by Kurt Elling
1992 Belle Baker
August 5, 2014 George Duke
October 24, 2006 Gabor Szabo and Bobby Womack
Covered by Orinoco Haven
October 24, 2006 Charles Brown & Amos Milburn, Sam Cooke
August 5, 2014 George Duke
1979 Al Green
September 30, 2008 Ukrainian National Chorus, Westminster Choir
September 30, 2008 Dennis Day
September 30, 2008 Vince Guaraldi
August 5, 2014 Miles Davis
August 3, 2004 Les McCann and Eddie Harris
Covered by Elsa Baldini Quartet
1982 Ruby Hill, Harold Nicholas
1996 Les McCann
August 5, 2014 Stanley Clarke / George Duke, Jeffrey Osborne
October 24, 2006 Daryl Hall & John Oates
1976 James Taylor
October 24, 2006 Miles Davis Quartet, Lambert, Hendricks & Ross
March 11, 1997 João Gilberto, Antônio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes, Stan Getz & João Gilberto
1994 Bobby Vee with The Johnny Mann Singers
October 24, 2006 Billie Holiday
September 8, 1986 Jakata
1979 Bill Withers
September 30, 2008 Waltham Abbey Choir
September 30, 2008 Judy Garland
1979 Al Green
1997 Patty Loveless
1984 Waring's Pennsylvanians
September 30, 2008 Bing Crosby
August 3, 2004 Harry James and His Orchestra
1979 Al Green
1982 Art Lund
1979 Bill Withers
1979 Bill Withers
October 26, 2009 Michel Legrand, Steve Lawrence
1979 Al Green
1979 Al Green
1994 Nana Caymmi, Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66
1979 Freddie Hubbard
Covered by (7 artists)
Sampled by A Tribe Called Quest
1979 Al Green
1979 Bill Withers
1979 Al Green
August 3, 2004 David Sanborn
1979 Al Green
1994 Zé Maria, Jorge Ben
August 3, 2004 Lionel Hampton & His Orchestra
June 24, 2016 Van Morrison
October 24, 2006 Jarreau
1982 Mary Martin, Patricia Neway
August 3, 2004 Martha Mears
August 5, 2014 George Duke
September 30, 2008 (unknown), (unknown)
1982 João Gilberto, Lambert, Hendricks & Bavan
October 24, 2006 John Legend
1999 The Crusaders [US1]
Covered by Roberta Donnay with Eric Reed, Dave Ellis, Gerald Cannon & Mark Taylor [1]
1976 Leon & Mary Russell
June 30, 1981 The Dave Brubeck Quartet
1994 Buddy Johnson and His Orchestra
1978 The Beatles
1986 Buddy Johnson and His Orchestra
1978 Otis Redding
1976 Sly & The Family Stone
August 5, 2014 George Duke
September 30, 2008 "Tennessee" Ernie Ford
August 5, 2014 George Duke
1982 Duke Ellington and His Orchestra, The Boswell Sisters
June 13, 1980 Regino Sainz de la Maza, Chick Corea and Return to Forever
Covered by (16 artists)
1982 Quincy Jones
October 24, 2006 Seals and Crofts
1994 Abbie Mitchell
August 5, 2014 Stanley Clarke/George Duke
1977 The Dave Brubeck Quartet, Carmen McRae with Dave Brubeck
June 30, 1981 Janet Brace
September 30, 2008 The King Cole Trio
1982 Larry Clinton and His Orchestra
August 3, 2004 Chick Bullock & His Orchestra
1979 Bill Withers
1979 Al Green
October 24, 2006 Al Jarreau
1994 New Mayfair Dance Orchestra
September 30, 2008 (unknown)
1979 Bill Withers
1978 Kenny Loggins
August 3, 2004 Bill Evans, Tony Bennett
March 11, 1997 Antônio Carlos Jobim, Antonio Carlos Jobim
June 30, 1981 Dean Conn
September 30, 2008 Bing Crosby & Martha Mears
1982 Pages
September 30, 2008 Richard Himber & His Orchestra
1979 Bill Withers
1979 Al Green
1982 Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell
1976 Elton John
August 5, 2014 George Duke

Sampled songs

Title Performer Release date Info
1979 Covered by (7 artists)
Originally by Freddie Hubbard
Sampled by A Tribe Called Quest

Songs written by Al Jarreau

Original songs

Title Written by Originally by Original date Covered by
After All David Foster [CA], Al Jarreau, Jay Graydon Al Jarreau 1984 Covered by Howard Alden
Boogie Down Michael Omartian, Al Jarreau Jarreau 1983 Covered by (3 artists)
Breakin' Away Al Jarreau, Jay Graydon, Tom Canning Al Jarreau June 30, 1981 Covered by Cristiano Gallian
Could You Believe? Al Jarreau Al Jarreau 1977 Covered by (3 artists)
Easy Al Jarreau, Jay Graydon, Tom Canning Al Jarreau June 30, 1981 Covered by Markus Becker
Mornin' David Foster [CA], Al Jarreau, Jay Graydon Jarreau 1983 Covered by (4 artists)
Never Givin' Up Al Jarreau, Tom Canning Al Jarreau June 13, 1980 Covered by Holy Moly Jazzband Deluxe
Roof Garden Al Jarreau, Jay Graydon, Tom Canning Al Jarreau June 30, 1981 Covered by (3 artists)
Save Me David Foster [CA], Al Jarreau, Jay Graydon Jarreau 1983 Covered by Greta Matassa
Sticky Wicket Al Jarreau, Jay Graydon, Greg Phillinganes Al Jarreau 1984 Covered by Joo Kraus
Tell Me Al Jarreau, Jay Graydon, Greg Phillinganes Al Jarreau 1984 Covered by Finlanders
Tomorrow Today Al Jarreau, Fred Schwam Al Jarreau 1994 Covered by (2 artists)
We Got By Al Jarreau Al Jarreau August 1975 Covered by Jay Hoggard

Adapted songs

Title Written by Originals Originally by Covered by
Blue in Green (Tapestry) - Part I - "The Dedication" Al Jarreau, Frank Martin Blue in Green Al Jarreau Covered by Kurt Elling
Breezin' Al Jarreau Breezin' George Benson & Al Jarreau Covered by Orinoco Haven
Churchyheart Al Jarreau Backyard Ritual Al Jarreau featuring Marcus Miller
Cold Duck Al Jarreau Cold Duck Time Al Jarreau Covered by Elsa Baldini Quartet
Little Sunflower Al Jarreau Little Sunflower Freddie Hubbard feat. Al Jarreau Covered by (7 artists)
Lotus Al Jarreau Lotus Blossom Al Jarreau
Puddit (Put It Where You Want It) Al Jarreau Put It Where You Want It Al Jarreau Covered by Roberta Donnay with Eric Reed, Dave Ellis, Gerald Cannon & Mark Taylor [1]
(Round, Round, Round) Blue Rondo a la Turk Al Jarreau Blue Rondo a la Turk Al Jarreau
SomeBossa Al Jarreau, Patrick Lundquist Summer Breezin' Al Jarreau featuring Gerald Albright
Spain (I Can Recall) Al Jarreau, Artie Maren Spain, Concierto de Aranjuez [segundo movimiento - adagio] Al Jarreau Covered by (16 artists)

Releases

Albums

Title Performer Release date Label
1965 Al Jarreau 1982 Bainbridge
Accentuate the Positive Al Jarreau August 3, 2004 Verve Records
All Fly Home Al Jarreau 1978 Warner Bros.
Best of Al Jarreau Al Jarreau 1996 Warner Bros.
Breakin' Away Al Jarreau June 30, 1981 Warner Bros.
Call Me Al Jarreau 1979 Koala
Christmas Al Jarreau September 30, 2008 Rhino
Givin' It Up George Benson & Al Jarreau October 24, 2006 Concord Records
Glow Al Jarreau 1976 Reprise Records
Heart's Horizon Al Jarreau November 15, 1988 Reprise Records
Heaven and Earth Al Jarreau 1992 i.e. Music
High Crime Al Jarreau 1984 Warner Bros.
Jarreau Jarreau 1983 Warner Bros.
L Is for Lover Al Jarreau September 8, 1986 Warner Bros.
Lonely Town, Lonely Street Al Jarreau 1979 Koala
Look to the Rainbow Al Jarreau 1977 Warner Bros.
My Old Friend - Celebrating George Duke Al Jarreau August 5, 2014 Concord Records
Tenderness Al Jarreau 1994 Reprise Records
This Time Al Jarreau June 13, 1980 Warner Bros.
Tomorrow Today Al Jarreau 1999 GRP Records
We Got By Al Jarreau August 1975 Reprise Records

Singles

Title Performer Release date Label
Your Precious Love Al Jarreau and Randy Crawford September 1982 Warner Bros.

Performances also appear on

Title Performer Release date Label
2 Doky Brothers 1997 Medley Records
A Twist of Jobim various artists March 11, 1997 i.e. Music
Casino Lights - Recorded Live in Montreux, Switzerland various artists 1982 Warner Bros.
City Heat - Original Motion Picture Sound Track various artists 1984 Warner Bros.
Double Vision Bob James/David Sanborn 1986 Warner Bros.
Glengarry Glen Ross - Music from & Inspired by the Motion Picture various artists 1992 Elektra
Mixtura Luba Mason June 24, 2016 (self-released)
Rendez-vous in Paris Jasmine Roy October 26, 2009 Warner Music France
Symphonic Bossa Nova Ettore Stratta, The Royal Philharmonic 1994 Teldec
The Love Connection Freddie Hubbard 1979 Columbia

Reported errors

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