Sunday, April 02, 2006
This is a fav of mine going back many years to a bizarre period on Blue Note where there were some less than popular jazz lps however with this lp Blue Note chose a rare star appearance by Groove Holmes at the time. It was Groovin for Mr G that blew my head at the time and I have never quit loving that fat sound the track gives
Personnel includes: Richard Groove Holmes (organ); Weldon Irvine (electric piano); Gerald Hubbard (guitar); Chuck Rainey, Jerry Jemmott (electric bass); Darryl Washington (drums); Ray Armando (congas); James Davis (percussion).
Producer: George Butler.
Reissue producer: Michael Cuscuna. Recorded at A&R Studios, New York, New York on May 19, 1971. Originally released on Blue Note (84372).
Here is the back cover courtesy of Village Vanguard Gokudo!
You can this on CD as part of the Rare Groove series which replaced my hard to find Japanese CD which took me years to track down.....if you see the vinyl ......grab it while you can!!!
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