Upholding the tradition of classic—and commercially successful—releases like Salt Song and Sugar, saxophonist Stanley Turrentine’s just-released If I Could finds the Kensington resident’s tenor easing his way through a collection of funk- and blues-tinted titles. They include his brother Tommy’s “June Bug” as well as evergreens like Duke Ellington and Juan Tizol’s “Caravan.” On the title track (a Pat Metheny ballad), Turrentine counters Don Sebesky’s occasionally mawkish string arrangements with a touching sincerity. If I Could is on the Music Masters Jazz label and is available at area stores.