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Review by Michael G. Nastos As an originator of the initial soul-funk movement of the ’60s when he was with Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers, Golson is eminently qualified to funkify jazz and R&B-flavored instrumental music. Nat Adderley plays cornet alongside Golson’s tenor in this, one of his last recordings before he passed away. Always fresh and deep in the groove ...

In the Christmas Spirit is the fourth album by the R&B/Soul band Booker T. & the M.G.’s, released in November 1966. The album features instrumental versions of traditional Christmas carols and songs. Pistas A1 Jingle Bells 2:32 A2 Santa Claus Is Coming To Town 2:25 A3 Winter Wonderland 2:05 A4 White Christmas 2:59 A5 The Christmas Song 3:15 A6 Silver ...

Track Listing: 1 – You Got Me Running 2 – Please Send Me Someone to Love 3 – Bacon But Fat 4 – Country Mile 5 – Catfish Sammich 6 – There Is No Greater Love Credits: Alto Saxophone – Charles I. Williams Bass – Gordon Edwards Drums – Bill Curtis Guitar – Earl Dunbar, Jr. Organ – Don Pullen ...

The Champ is a song by The Mohawks, a group of session musicians assembled by Alan Hawkshaw. It made #58 on the UK Singles Chart. Tracklist 1 – The Champ 2 – Hip Jigger 3 – Sweet Soul Music 4 – Dr Jekyll & Hyde Park 5 – Senior Thump 6 – Landscape 7 – Baby Hold On 8 – ...

Wonderful Slippery Thing is one of Guthrie Govans  truly stunning tracks and Jess Lewis’ cover for Jam Track Central is mind-blowingly good. Jess has an incredibly delicate and dynamic feel on the instrument, but don’t let you fool you, this girl knows how to play! Full of the finese and attitude of a player twice her age Jess is destined ...

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