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Soulful Strut Tracks of Disc 2 1. Just Ain't No Love 2. Little Green Apples 3. Funky Is As Funky Does 4. Love Makes A Woman 5. Wack Wack CD. Monday, Monday 2. Strangers In The Night 3. Song For My Father 4. Girl Talk 5. Wack Wack Tracks of Disc Jutta Hipp At The Hickory House Volume 1 1.
Sunny 2. Red Sails In The Sunset 3. Yesterday 5. This Little Light Of Mine. Out of Stock. Soulful Strut 2. Who's Making Love? Wack Wack 4. Give It Up 5. The Young Holt Unlimited Born Again Crowd 6. Wade in the Water 7. Dig Her Walk 9. Baby Your Light Is Out Light My Fire Yon Gimme Thum Out of Print. Yon Gimmie Thum 3. Light My Fire 5.
Give It Up 7. Who's Makin Love 8. There'll Be a Greater Day 9. Black and White Midnight Cowboy. Recording information: P. Recording Studio, Chicago, IL They were issued on Atlantic's Cotillion imprint, the label drummer Isaac "Redd" Holt and bassist Eldee Young signed to after leaving Brunswick in The two discs are presented here in reverse order.
Mellow Dreamin's opening cut, "The Devil Made Me Do Dat," a nod to comedian Flip Wilson's infamous bit still had the good-time soul-jazz groove that made Gwen McCrae Keep The Fire Burning "Soulful Strut," a smash, albeit with a wild eight-string electric bassline by Young, but that's where the resemblance stops.
The droning Hammond B3 and call to arms of Frank Gordon's flugelhorn on the cover of "Going in Circles" signals a new direction. Its laid-back funk rhythm, elegiac melody, and expansive harmonic palette -- and tons of effects -- showed the band taking their thang to new sonic worlds. The wide open, dreamy Young Holt Unlimited Born Again of "Wichita Lineman," is one of the best versions ever, with Gordon's flugelhorn solo warmly and emotively pushing the bridge into the twilight zone before Young's killer bass solo slips the sound of the street seamlessly in the back door.
Young Holt Unlimited Born Again to this the sweet summery grace of the title track and the spaced Young Holt Unlimited Born Again gritty funk of keyboard boss Kenneth Chaney's "Trippin" and "The Creeper," and you have left the planet, only to be pushed into The Marvelettes Please Mr Postman astral sphere with the space-case read of "Midnight Cowboy" at the close. Kenneth Chaney was in the process of leaving the group, with Bobby Lyle moving in to replace him.
Chaney appears on three tracks, and Marylean Holt appears on one. The set opens with swinging version of "I'll Be There. Likewise, an extended version of George Harrison 's "Something," with Eldee playing both electric and upright is a blissed-out mind-bender.
The tempos are breezy, the textural production elements -- by the murky and mysterious Saturday Night Music Inc. There is great contrast on Holt 's elegy "Blood in the Streets," with its muted, funereal drumbeat, an emotive yet street savvy string arrangement by Richard Evans and a haunted backing chorus. It's positive, mood altering, thought-provoking and butt-shaking. This Stephen Chang Sam Carty Always Together Rich Man Poor Man relies largely or entirely on a single source.
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