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Eddie Harris - I'm Tired Of Driving FLAC album

Performer: Eddie Harris
Genre: Jazz / Soul and Funk music
Title: I'm Tired Of Driving
Released: 1978
Style: Jazz-Funk
FLAC version ZIP size: 1917 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1291 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1781 mb
Rating: 4.8
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I'm Tired of Driving is an album by saxophonist/pianist Eddie Harris recorded in 1978 and released on the RCA label.

Tracklist A1 Two Times Two Equals Love 5:55 A2 You Are The One 3:57 A3 Songbird 4:05 A4 I'm Tired Of Driving 4:50. B1 The Loneliest Monk 3:58 B2 Theme For The Foxy Ladies 3:39 B3 You Stole My Heart 3:18 B4 There Was A Time 5:02 B5 What's Wrong With The World Today 4:35. Companies etc Recorded At – . A1) Producer – Richard Evans Saxophone – Eddie Harris Saxophone – Eddie Harris Strings – Arnold Roth, Arnold Sklar, Elliot Golub, E. Zlatoff-Mirsky, Frank Borgognone, George Palermo, Joel Smirnoff, Kenneth Slowik, Roger Moulton Strings – Karl B. Fruh Strings – Martin Abrams Strings – S. A. Bobrov Vocals – Eddie Harris. You are the one I'M tired of driving the loneliest monk.

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I'm Tired Of Driving. Less of a jazz album than some of Eddie's other records – but that's ok with us! As a soul album, the record's actually pretty darn great – arranged and produced by Richard Evans with a late Chicago soul approach that has Eddie's funky sax stepping amidst some larger orchestrations and. LP, Vinyl record album.

Flag as Inappropriate. Harris released several different versions of his composition over the years, including both studio and live concert recordings. The first appeared on an early Atlantic album, "Mean Greens", featuring him on electric piano. He was to re-work the track two years later, stretching it out to over seven minutes in length, for his iconic sax solo version. 1978: I'm Tired of Driving RCA. 1979: Playin' With Myself RCA. 1981: Sounds Incredible AFE Records.

Bass – Rufus ReidCabasa – Ronald MuldrowEffects, Trumpet – Eddie HarrisWhistle, Talking Drum – Durf (Frederick Walker) Written-By – Eddie Harris. B1. Don't Want Nobody. Bass – Rufus ReidDrums – Calvin BarnesGuitar – Ronald MuldrowSaxophone, Organ, Vocals – Eddie HarrisTimbales – Durf (Frederick Walker) Written-By – Sara E. Harris.

Eddie Harris (October 20, 1934 – November 5, 1996) was an American jazz musician, best known for playing tenor saxophone and for introducing the electrically amplified saxophone. He was also fluent on the electric piano and organ. His best-known compositions are "Freedom Jazz Dance", recorded and popularized by Miles Davis in 1966, and "Listen Here. In 1967, his album, The Electrifying Eddie Harris reached second place on the R&B charts. The album's lead track, "Listen Here", was issued as a single, climbing to No. 11 R&B and No. 45 on the Hot 100. The first appeared on an early Atlantic album, Mean Greens, featuring him on electric piano. 1978: I'm Tired of Driving (RCA). 1979: Playin' with Myself (RCA). 1981: Sounds Incredible (Angeleco).