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Jazz in the "Groove"

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Originally posted by Fatmangolf Fatmangolf wrote:

Yes it is an exciting album.
This "Heavy Weather" album has the 1st version of "Birdland" I ever heard.

Manhattan Transfer did an excellent vocal version of "Birdland"... 
 I have that one on their "Anthology" album.
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In the main, I'm not a great fan of Jazz Guitar....Shockedbut Ernest Ranglin is doing something here over a solid Reggae groove that's absolutely wonderful. Picked this up yesterday and loving it. 'Erb Free' I would like to add. Wink Can't upload image...too big...

ERNEST RANGLIN Below the Bassline.

 "The band is fabulous with the pick for me being Ira Coleman's contribution on bass as he puts down one thumping Reggae time and being so out front it keeps that Reggae influence right in there but still Monty Alexander's contribution on piano is perfect dipping in and out between Ernest's guitar and adding his little beautifully deft solos. The drumming is just as good from Idris Muhammed with Gary Mayone's keyboards and percussion which keeps not the whole foot but a good size toe in Reggae waters. Wonderful album and one that is interesting from start to finish with not a dull spot present‎"


http://www.jazzmusicarchives.com/review/below-the-bassline/237442

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