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    Grant GreenSlick! - Live at Oil Can Harry’s

    Label:Resonance Records – HLP9034
    2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered
    Style:Fusion, Jazz-Funk


    ANow’s The Time
    Written-ByCharlie Parker
    BHow Insensitive (Insensatez)26:02
    Medley (Part One):(14:20)
    Level UpC1Vulcan Princess
    Written-ByStanley Clark*
    Level UpC2Skin Tight
    Level UpC3Woman’s Gotta Have It
    Medley (Part Two):(17:36)
    Level UpD1Boogie On Reggae Woman
    Written-ByStevie Wonder
    Level UpD2For The Love Of Money

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    Gatefold sleeve. Limited pressing of 3000 (Hand Numbered)

    Outer Sleeve sticker text:
    Full-Throttle FUNK from GRANT GREEN in 275!
    Deluxe limited-edition 180gm 2LP, mastered at Bernie Grundman, pressed at 33 1/3 RPM by RTI.
    First official release of previously unissued Grant Green material in over 10 years!
    Remastered audio transferred directly from the original 10″ tape reels.
    Recorded at Oil Can Harry’s in Vancouver BC Canada on September 5, 1975.
    Includes exhaustive booklet with rare photos taken at the club by Gerry Nairn; essays by acclaimed writer A. Scott Galloway, Resonance producer Zev Feldman, Vancouver DJ Gary Barclay; interviews with Detroit guitar legend Perry Hughes, Green’s son Greg Green (aka Grant Green Jr.), drummer Greg “Vibrations” Williams; plus words from Grant Green and keyboardist Emmanuel Riggins in 1975!
    *Deluxe CD also available*

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 096802280474
    • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): 29182.1(3)... HLP-9034-A cB
    • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): 29182.2(3)... HLP-9034-B cB
    • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout etched): 29182.3(3)... HLP-9034-C cB
    • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout etched): 29182.4(3)... HLP-9034-D cB

    Other Versions (3)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    New Submission
    Slick! - Live at Oil Can Harry’s (CD, Album)Resonance RecordsHCD-2034UK & US2018
    New Submission
    Slick! - Live at Oil Can Harry’s (CD, Album, Digipak)Resonance Records, Resonance RecordsKKJ1027, HCD-2034Japan2018
    New Submission
    Slick! - Live at Oil Can Harry’s (3×File, FLAC, Album, 24bit 192kHz)2xHDnone2019
    tomanek's profile picture
    When Grant Green is playin' live that is a kind of anotha level sh*t. 10/10.
    GuildedSplinters's profile picture
    Luckily I got the correct discs and they are of a very high quality. The stated length of side D of 17:36 appears to be wrong. It is at least 10 mins longer than that.
    bpabian's profile picture
    The music is fantastic. Side B on my copy has terrible surface noise throughout. Borderline unlistenable. Side D is also not great. The funk on side D is unreal.
    SmokeyJonez's profile picture
    Anyone else find the whistling (almost like a referee's whistle) throughout the recording
    to be annoying/distracting? :)
    Intothemusicwinnipeg's profile picture
    Very unique Grant Green...late in his career and his playing is on the booklet notes he comments on his respect for Larry Coryell's playing, and while Grant is rooted in the groove you can hear a slight fusion influence in some of his rapid fire single lines, especially at the end of "Insensatez." The complete funk medley features Emmanuel Riggins as much as Grant and they both do not dissapoint...i have to put this up with "Club Mozambique", "Live!" and "At the Lighthouse" as required live Grant Green listening, but because of the then contemporary electronic slant to the overall sound, fresh set list and the presence of recording quality, this one gets the edge...until i save up enough $$$ to purchase the 3 lp "Funk in France" set, then we'll see how they all stack up...hands down the most smokin' jazz/funk guitar work committed to wax in my lifetime (i'm 62).
    Pac0naut's profile picture
    Opened mine up today, 2 x C/D. Will email Resonance.
    mafurman's profile picture
    I really enjoy Grant Green, but sides C and D really show off this funky side of him. I was less familiar with that because I mainly have heard his early 60s output and sideman work with some others. This is a fantastic sounding record. Very alive and clear. The pressing is flat and quiet.
    PutYrDukesUp's profile picture
    Bassist Ronnie Ware is tearing it up all over this release, but especially side C. Definitely didn't expect anything like those first few minutes of Vulcan Princess. This release is awesome. So glad I sought one out.
    zimmytee's profile picture
    Mine is fine, right labels, different tracks, this record is a lot better than I thought it would be. I am not really into jazz funk at all and I thought this would be different then it is. I am only on side 2 but it is downright beautiful (Insensitive.) Really glad I didn't pass it up.
    Thilmyr's profile picture
    Edited 3 years ago
    Bought one that had two discs with e same sides, C and D. Luckily i asked the seller to open it to ship the cover and discs separate, and he noticed it so we was able to cancel the order. The seller checked his remaining stock and this was the issue with half of the copies.
    Perhaps the sellers here should open to check their copies just to be safe, to avoid any further issues with buyers, atleast with international buyers.