domingo, 26 de febrero de 2017

Richard ''Groove'' Holmes •‎ Night Glider


Review by Matt Collar
Night Glider is a solid early-'70s funk-jazz set from organist Richard "Groove" Holmes. Propelled by the catchy title track written by fellow keyboardist Horace Ott (who appears here), the album features mostly groove-oriented originals. However, two Carole King-penned tunes, "It's Going to Take Some Time" and "Go Away Little Girl," also add period flair with their mix of R&B soulfulness and singer/songwriter melodicism. Joining Holmes are such soul-jazz regulars as drummer Bernard Purdie, trombonist Garnett Brown, and saxophonist Seldon Powell. Rounding out the group are guitarist Lloyd Davis, bassist Paul Martinez, and conga/bongo player Kwasi Jayourba.


Tracklist:
1 One Mint Julep     4:55
2 Night Glider     5:20
3 Young And Foolish     4:22
4 Pure Cane Sugar     4:59
5 Flyjack     3:34
6 It's Going To Take Some Time     4:30
7 Go Away Little Girl     5:31

Credits:
    Bass – Paul Martinez
    Congas – Kwasi Jayourba
    Drums – Bernard Purdie
    Electric Piano – Horace Ott
    Guitar – Lloyd Davis
    Saxophone [Tenor] – Seldon Powell
    Trombone – Garnett Brown
    Organ – Groove Holmes
   
Label: Musidisc ‎– 500632
Released: 1994
Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul, Blues
Style: Soul-Jazz



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