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Musty Rusty is an album by jazz saxophonist Lou Donaldson recorded for the Cadet label in 1965 and performed by Donaldson with Bill Hardman, Billy Gardner, Grant Green, and Ben Dixon. A1 Musty Rusty Written-By – Lou Donaldson 6:03 A2 Midnight Sun Written-By – Lionel Hampton, J. Francis Burke 4:45 A3 Hipty Hop Written-By – Lou Donaldson 5:20 B1 The ...

Personnel Baby Face Willette – organ Grant Green – guitar Fred Jackson – tenor saxophone Ben Dixon – drums Tracklist: 1. Swingin’ at Sugar Ray’s – 6:35 2. Goin’ Down – 7:24 3. Whatever Lola Wants (Richard Adler, Jerry Ross) – 7:21 4. Face to Face – 6:17 5. Something Strange – 6:42 6. High ‘N’ Low – 7:07 Bonus ...

Editorial Reviews Second installment in this four volume series from the celebrated jazzmen with deep Blues roots, a prolific musical team with exquisite chemistry. Volume Two includes the two complete albums Joe’s Blues and Wings & Things, in which guitarist Grant Green plays with the two masters. Lonehill.

By DOUGLAS PAYNE Published: April 1, 1998 For guitarist Grant Green (1931-79), the years between 1965 and 1969 were lost in a battle with drugs. His graceful, easily identifiable single note phrases had caught many listeners’ attention with a wide variety of excellent Blue Note dates between 1960 and 1965. Seemingly able to master any style, he never once diminished ...

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