McGriff, Jimmy - Black And Blues

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Factory Sealed 1973 2LP Gatefold With Nude Cover Photo. “An Unusual Little Album For Jimmy McGriff – Released During His Funkier Years At The Groove Merchant Label, But With A Gritty Sort Of Sound That Takes Us Back To His First Few Records On Sue In The 60s! The "Blues" In The Title Is Definitely Well-Chosen – As The Tracks Here Are Long, Lean, And Drawn Out – Blues-Drenched Soul Jazz Played By A Small Combo That Includes Larry Frazier On Guitar, Rudy Johnson On Tenor, And Saint Jenkins On Drums – Plus Gerry Jemmott On Electric Bass, Adding A Bit More Vamp To The Background Than Usual. There's A Very Earthy Feel To Most Numbers – Almost Improvised Jams At Times, At Least On The Tracks That Are Credited To Mcgriff As The Writer. Titles Include "Blue Groove (Parts 1 & 2)", "Blues For A Broken Down Funky Old Bus", "Bahama", "Mack The Knife", "Harp-Er", "Mocha", "Hey Mrs Jones", "Amen", And "Penthouse Serenade.” Dusty Groove.

Artist: McGriff, Jimmy Title: Black And Blues Genre: Jazz Type: New - LP Label: Groove Merchant Catalog ID: GM 2203 Country: USA Our ID: 15902
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