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viernes, 21 de julio de 2017

Henry Cain • The Funky Organ-ization Of Henry Cain



Review by Jason Ankeny
Henry Cain's lone Capitol LP is most notable for its credits. Produced by the great David Axelrod and arranged by H.B. Barnum and Oliver Nelson, The Funky Organ-ization of Henry Cain is a funky if slight set of soul-jazz instrumentals crafted with uncommon attention to detail. Cain is a soulful keyboardist with an appealing approach to the Hammond, and even if he lacks the vision and virtuosity of some of his better-known contemporaries, there's no denying the infectiousness of this record. Barnum and Nelson's arrangements deserve significant credit for keeping the music on message while also creating panoramic pockets of space for the musicians to move freely.




TracklistA1 The Way I Feel 2:29
A2 Respect 2:17
A3 Sunny 2:16
A4 Why? (Am I Treated So Bad) 2:47
A5 Lonely Avenue 2:46
A6 Dead End Street 1:50
B1 Shake A Lady 3:16
B2 Precious Memories 3:10
B3 Critic's Choice 2:16
B4 I'm On My Way 2:16
B5 Horror Scope 2:07

Credits
Arranged By – H. B. Barnum* (tracks: A1, A3, B2), Oliver Nelson (tracks: A2, A4 to B1, B3 to B5)
Bass – James Bond*
Drums – Earl Palmer
Guitar – Arthur Wright, Howard Roberts

Saxophone – H. B. Barnum*, John Kelson, Plas Johnson
Trumpet – Fred Hill*, Tony Terran
Vibraphone, Percussion – Gary Coleman, Jerry Williams
Organ – Henry Cain

Producer – David Axelrod
Label: Capitol Records ‎– ST 2688
Released: 1968








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