Τετάρτη, 22 Αυγούστου 2012

The Nineteenth Whole - Smilin' [1972]



Indianapolis soul-jazz trio Nineteenth Whole first played together as backup musicians for jazz guitar great Grant Green, forming their own group to record the 1972 Smilin' album on Eastbound Records. Vibist/singer Billy Wooten, organist/singer Emanuel Riggins, and drummer "Mad" Harold Cardwell were joined by a few sessionmen for the LP, including noted guitarist Cornell Dupree, who took all the guitar solos. 
The record was solid early-'70s soul-jazz in which the musicians sounded more comfortable with the soul idiom than many did on releases given a soul-jazz tag, offering five mostly instrumental, lengthy pieces with funky grooves and some sparkling organ-vibes-guitar interaction. The group also recorded a live album, featuring Wooten, under the name Wooden Glass.



                                                 

                                                                        Enjoy!

3 σχόλια:

Lazaros Panou είπε...

Εξαιρετική δουλειά,σε όλους τους τομείς...Keep playing...

alikimarousa είπε...

kala exoume pathei plaka me to djin djin!!!!!!!!!efxaristoume
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Fantis Bastunis είπε...

@ Lazaros Panou
Ευχαριστώ για το σχόλιο!Τσέκαρα που κάνεις εκπομπή,θα την έχω υπόψη μου.


@ alikimarousa

Χαιρομαι που σας αρεσε!Θα προσπαθησω να βρω κατι παρομοιο να ποσταρω...
Να'στε καλα!