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Robert WalterThere Goes The Neighborhood

Label:Premonition Records – 66917 90755 2 5
Format:
CD, Album
Country:US
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Genre:Jazz, Funk / Soul
Style:Jazz-Funk

Tracklist

12% Body Fat5:22
2Bread And Water4:35
3There Goes The Neighborhood4:44
4Wade In The Water3:36
5The Tease4:46
64:00 Wash Up2:08
7Corner Store4:15
8Bakery Blues
VocalsRed Holloway
5:15
9Swap Meet4:59
10My Babe4:36
11Luck5:09
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Notes

Recorded at The Bakery, North Hollywood, CA January 2001.
Mixed at Hollywood Sound, Hollywood, CA April 2001.

© ℗ 2001 Premonition Records Inc.

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  • Barcode (Text): 6 69179-0755-2 5

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  • dmitrirex's avatar
    dmitrirex
    Robert Walter got his start in the early-'90s as one of the founding members of the Greyboy Allstars, a popular band on the then-fledgling groove circuit that also featured saxophonist Karl Denson. After Greyboy broke up, Walter struck out on his own in 1998 by leading the 20th Congress, which gained favorable notices on 2000's Money Shot. Walter still keeps the Congress in session, but this time out he opted to work with the veteran crew of Harvey Mason, Phil Upchurch, Red Holloway, and Chuck Rainey, all players who were there when the funk hit the jazz fan back in the '60s. The session has a nice loose feel to it where we can even hear the players hooting and hollering on "Bakery Blues." Backed by this stellar crew, Walter rips through some burnin' keyboard solos, stepping aside to let other guys get some. Fans will recognize a few tunes from the Congress songbook, but this is definitely an album of new music, with "2% Body Fat" being an absolute killer opener. --Tad Hendrickson

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