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King Curtis - Have Tenor Sax, Will Play (Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1959) (2006)

25-01-2016, 19:43
Jazz | Soul | R&B | Rock


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Title: Have Tenor Sax, Will Play (Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1959)
Year Of Release: 1959/2006
Label: ATCO Records
Genre: Jazz Soul, Jazz Rock, R&B
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 39:20
Total Size: 106 MB
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Tracklist:
1. Midnight Ramble (2:33)
2. Linda (3:12)
3. The Shake (2:40)
4. Jay Walk (4:14)
5. Lil Brother (4:54)
6. Peter Gunn (2:53)
7. The Groove (3:09)
8. Snake Eyes (2:57)
9. Cuban Twilight (2:48)
10. Birth Of The Blues (2:32)
11. Chili (2:06)
12. Jest Smoochin' (Bonus Track) (2:42)
13. The Birth Of The Blues (Bonus Track) (2:32)

This is one fun dance record, right from the opening bars of "Midnight Ramble," a piece that sounds like a cross-breeding of "Bo Diddley," with both the sax and the lead guitar having fun with the central riff, and "Yakety Sax." Not everything here is as delightful, hypnotically frenetic as that Curtis Ousley semi-original, but most of the album is done with an infectious sense of humor, and even the predictable numbers here, like "Linda," with its tango tempo, is eminently listenable, if not exactly breaking any new horizons in R&B. Other tracks, like "Jaywalk" and "Lil Brother," are slightly more adventurous; and the band has a lot of fun with "Peter Gunn." The final two numbers, "Birth of the Blues" and "Chili," don't quite fit in with the rest of the record, both utilizing orchestral accompaniment in lieu of the band. ~by Bruce Eder


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singlemalt   User offline   26 January 2016 14:21


Thanks a lot kamane 3

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