fredagen den 22:e augusti 2008

Gene Ammons - My Way

Jazz-funk from saxophonist Gene Ammons, released on Prestige in 1971. The opening track is a real nice groovy number, there's also a couple of slower numbers and a nice version of What's Going On. Back in Mérida is also nice and funky. Players are Gene Ammons and Richard Landry on tenor saxes, Idris Muhammad on drums, Omar Clay on percussion, Roland Hanna on rhodes piano, Ted Dunbar or Billy Butler on guitar, Ron Carter or Chuck Rainey on bass, Robert Prado and Ernie Royal on trumpets, Garnett Brown on trombone plus some voices and strings.
  1. Chicago Breakdown
  2. What's Going On
  3. A House Is Not a Home
  4. Sack Full of Dreams
  5. Back in Mérida
  6. My Way

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9 kommentarer:

paros sa...

another great post.very nice version of whats going on.thanks again for your time. quailty blog.

ALEX-SOUL AND JAZZ sa...

many thanks for sharing this great album,
super work you have done with this blog also!

Anonym sa...

Thanks for this share of Gene Ammons....
Jack Flash

avocado kid sa...

very nice blog! i've just discovered all your groovy treasures...

B3 sa...

Fantastic, can't get enough Gene! Do all of the great jazz albums end up in Europe?!?!?!

johnv sa...

Another awesome post, thanks Steve.

Bill sa...

Looks good from the players. Thanks!!

N.D. sa...

thanks a lot.

Anonym sa...

Such an amazing lineup! Thank you.