Brother Jack McDuff - Silk 'N' Soul album flac
Title: Silk 'N' Soul
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Silk and Soul is an album by organist Jack McDuff recorded in 1964 and 1965 and released on the Prestige label. All compositions by Jack McDuff except as indicated. Silk and Soul" - 8:02. If Ever I Would Leave You" (Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe) - 4:17. What's Shakin'?" - 2:44. The Morning Song" - 5:49. Hey Lawdy Mama" (Buddy Moss) - 4:04. From the Bottom Up" (Benny Golson) - 3:47. Lexington Line" - 3:26.
Tracklist: 1. Silk And Soul, 2. If Ever I Would Leave You, 3. What’s Shakin’?, 4. The Morning Song, 5. Hey Lawdy Mama, 6. Scufflin’, 7. From The Bottom Up, 8. Lexington Line. 2. If Ever I Would Leave You.
2016 Dusty & Groovy - Adventures Of A Record Collection. Brother Jack + Tough' Duff. Goodnight, It's Time to Go + the Honeydripper. 2015 Ultimate Legends Presents Brother Jack McDuff. He's a Real Gone Guy. Brother Jack McDuff. 2013 Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1958.
Silk And Soul is a soul jazz music album recording by "BROTHER" JACK MCDUFF released in 1965 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. A1 Silk And Soul A2 If Ever I Would Leave You A3 What's Shakin'? A4 The Morning Song B1 Hey Lawdy Mama B2 Scufflin' B3 From The Bottom Up B4 Lexington Line.
Jack McDuff - Brother Jack (Prestige PRLP 7174). Jack McDuff, organ; Bill Jennings, guitar; Wendell Marshall, bass; Alvin Johnson, drums. Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, January 25, 1960. Brother Jack McDuff - Silk And Soul (Prestige PR 7404). Red Holloway, tenor sax; Brother Jack McDuff, organ; George Benson, guitar; Joe Dukes, drums.
These recordings were made with McDuff's classic lineup: Red Holloway on tenor sax and flute, Joe Dukes on drums, and a young George Benson (long before he became a star making formulaic soul-pop albums in the '70s) on guitar. This lineup is arguably the pinnacle of the often-misunderstood subgenre of soul-jazz, capable of mixing funky Booker T. & the MG's-style grooves with rippling, exploratory solos. Benson and Holloway (and Harold Vick, who sits in on a few tunes on tenor and flute) all get off some sweet solos, but McDuff is firmly in control of the set all the way.
|A||Silk 'N' Soul Pt. 1||1:51|
|B||Silk 'N' Soul Pt. 2||2:44|
|45-377||Brother Jack McDuff||Silk 'N' Soul (7", Promo)||Prestige||45-377||US||1965|