Richard Holmes & Gene Ammons - Groovin' With Jug FLAC album
Title: Groovin' With Jug
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Ironically, Gene "Jug" Ammons tended to be critical of organists; he was quoted as saying that "organ players don't know any changes. However, as critical the Chicago tenor saxman might have been of organists - most of them, anyway - he did some of his best work in their presence.
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Gene Ammons - tenor sax Richard 'Groove' Holmes - organ Gene Edwards - guitar Leroy Henderson - drums. Необходимо зарегистрироваться и подключиться к доку, чтобы прочитать скрытый текст.
Ironically, Gene "Jug" Ammons tended to be critical of organists; he was quoted as saying that "organ players don't know any changes. They certainly fly on this excellent album, which finds Ammons and Richard "Groove" Holmes co-leading a soul-jazz/hard bop organ combo that also includes guitarist Gene Edwards and drummer Leroy Henderson. The quartet is heard in two settings on August 15, 1961 - three of the eight selections were produced by Richard Bock in a Los Angeles studio in the afternoon, while the other five were recorded several hours later an . club called the Black Orchid. EAC extraction logfile from 25. January 2009, 10:47. Richard Holmes & Gene Ammons, Groovin' with Jug.
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Holmes's first album, on Pacific Jazz with guest Ben Webster, was recorded in March 1961 He died of a heart attack after battling prostate cancer, having performed his last concerts in a wheelchair. One of his last gigs was at the 1991 Chicago Blues Festival with his longtime friend, singer Jimmy Witherspoon. Groovin' with Jug (Pacific Jazz, 1961) – with Gene Ammons. Somethin' Special (Pacific Jazz, 1962) – with Les McCann. After Hours (Pacific Jazz, 1961–1962). Groovin' With Groove (LRC, 1994) (compilation of Groove Merchant albums: American Pie, Night Glider, New Groove). Blue Groove (Prestige, 1994) (compilation of Get Up & Get It! + Soul Mist!)
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|A||Groovin' With Jug
Written-By – Gene Ammons
|B||Morris The Minor
Written-By – Richard Holmes*