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martes, 15 de noviembre de 2016

Lynn Hope & Clifford Scott • Juicy!



Review by Myles Boisen
Here's another must for sax instrumental buffs, with rare wax by Texas tenor Clifford Scott and balladeer Lynn Hope. You and a few million others heard Scott on Bill Doggett's classic "Honky Tonk"; here he is joined by organist Hank Marr, Charles Brown on piano, and other session cookers for five solid shufflin' sides. Lynn Hope is a different character -- a Muslim who admired the record-selling style of Earl Bostic, and in turn influenced a generation of ska hornsmen. In contrast to his lush romantic sound on "Stardust," "Tenderly," "Ghost of a Chance," etc., there's the bar-walkin' "Shockin'," jazzy "Juicy," swaggering "Little Landslide," and exotic "Sands of the Sahara." There are 20 tooters total and little duplication with Hope's Saxophonograph material.


01- Lynn Hope - Juicy (Alt) (2:20)
02- Lynn Hope - Blue And Sentimental (2:23)
03- Clifford Scott - Hang Out (2:22)
04- Lynn Hope - Stardust (2:09)
05- Lynn Hope - Oo Wee (2:15)
06- Lynn Hope - Tenderly (2:47)
07- Clifford Scott - Shu-ee (2:54)
08- Lynn Hope - The Very Thought Of You (2:43)
09- Lynn Hope - Shockin' (3:11)
10- Lynn Hope - Rose Room (3:17)
11- Clifford Scott - Cutie (2:48)
12- Lynn Hope - A Ghost Of A Chance (2:44)
13- Lynn Hope - Little Landslide (2:52)
14- Lynn Hope - Full Moon (2:15)
15- Clifford Scott - Blue Lady (2:53)
16- Lynn Hope - Sands Of The Sahara (2:19)
17- Lynn Hope - Juicy (2:20)
18- Clifford Scott - Fros-Tee Nite (3:01)
19- Lynn Hope - Body And Soul (4:28)
20- Lynn Hope - Shockin' (Alt) (2:52)

Released: 1999
Recorded: 1960
Label: Charly R&B
Time: 55:05
Styles: Instrumental R&B





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