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domingo, 9 de julio de 2017

Les McCann ‎• Talkin' Verve



Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Talkin' Verve collects 16 of the funkiest tracks Les McCann recorded for Verve. Of course, funky can be a relative term -- McCann was the coolest pianist this side of Horace Silver, and his laid-back style may not sit well with the hipsters who are this disc's intended audience. If they keep in mind that the pianist never led a small organ combo, they'll be pleased by this swinging soul-jazz and its warm, friendly atmosphere. Some of the songs are a little slight, but even those are given appealing, coolly funky arrangements that are quite engaging, and that's what makes this a welcome sampler.


Pistas:
1 Watermelon Man    
2 Beaux J Poo Boo    
3 The Great City    
4 Guantanamera    
5 Sunny - Part I    
6 Sunny - Part II    
7 Green, Green Rocky Road    
8 Little Freak    
9 Red Top    
10 Compared To What?    
11 My Friends    
12 Sad Little Girl    
13 La Brea    
14 Goin' Out Of My Head    
15 Boo-Go-Loo    
16 Colonel Rykken's Southern Fried

Sello: Verve Records ‎– 314 557 351-2
Fecha: 1998
Género: Jazz, Funk / Soul










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