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posted a comment on Aretha* - Jump To It. 5 months ago
Side A is her masterpiece, especially the ballads "If She Don't Want Your Lovin' " and "This Is For Real", Side B relents only slightly and "It's Your Thing" is awesome, whole album shines with class and soul, 80's production without the plastic ... See full review
posted a comment on Eddie Harris - Smokin. 5 months ago
Is this even the "real" Eddie Harris, just doen't look like him...any confirmation or thoughts?
posted a comment on Coltrane* - The Classic Quartet - Complete Impulse! Studio Recordings. 5 months ago
"Expression" is not the classic quartet w/ elvin and mccoy, it's w/ ali and alice.
posted a review of Grant Green - Funk in France: From Paris to Antibes (1969-1970). 8 months ago
Ok, yes i'm a fan, and so are a lot of other people i know...i was blown away by "Slick!" (see review) and those other people i know?...uh, not so here we go again with another totally unique and awesome artifact from the unstoppable force of ... See full review
posted a comment on Grant Green - Slick! - Live at Oil Can Harry’s. 8 months ago
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 ... See full review
posted a comment on Honest John (5) - Sailor. about 1 year ago
just have to let you know about the honest john "sailor" lp...500 pressed, first time on vinyl, lion productions/shroom angel issue...the story inside the gatefold is that a fellow in texas was visited by the producer of this album, this fellow had an ... See full review
submitted Eddie Palmieri - "Exploration" - 'Salsa-Jazz-Descarga'. over 2 years ago
posted a comment on Camberwell Now* - The Ghost Trade. over 2 years ago
hi, it's being reissued immenently by the modern classics label...remastered from original analog tapes, deluxe gatefold jacket, 8 page booklet, bonus cut "daddy needs a throne" (which meshes wonderfully with the original track list), all in ... See full review