viernes, 14 de julio de 2017

Red Holloway • Brother Red



La sola versión de "Wives and Lovers" vale el disco.

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The single version of "Wives and Lovers" is worth the album.
Brother Red songs The 11 selections included on this CD reissue include seven songs from a session headed by tenor-saxophonist Red Holloway that used the members of the Jack McDuff Quintet (with the organist, guitarist George Benson, bassist Wilfred Middlebrooks and drummer Joe Dukes), three pieces from a McDuff date in which the lead voices are backed by an orchestra arranged by Benny Golson, and a selection from a sampler. Brother Red album The material varies a bit ("Wives and Lovers" and Holloway's soul ballad "No Tears" are forgettable) but the blues and the uptempo pieces (highlighted by "This Can't Be Love" are quite enjoyable and the underrated saxophonist is in excellent form. Brother Red CD music ~ Scott Yanow
Recorded in February, 1964.
Personnel: Red Holloway (tenor saxophone); George Benson (guitar); Alvin "Red" Taylor, Alvin "Red" Tyler (baritone saxophone); Jack McDuff (piano, organ); Tommy Shelvin (electric bass); Joe Dukes (drums).




1. Wives and Lovers
2. This Can't Be Love
3. Something Funny
4. Brother Red
5. Denise
6. No Tears 7. Shout Brother
8. Rail Head
9. What's New?
10. Bossa Nova West
11. Redwood City

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