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miércoles, 7 de febrero de 2018

Rhoda Scott • Live At The Olympia

A great set by this American organist -- famous for her French recordings, of which this is one of the best! Rhoda's working here in a live setting -- in a trio with Joe Thomas on tenor and flute, and Cornelius Kranenburg on drums -- and the tracks have a much harder groove than work on some of her studio albums from the time, much more in the heavy soul jazz mode that she and Joe were using on their American recordings in the early 60s, with the benefit of longer space on the tracks (this was originally a double LP), giving Rhoda and Joe plenty of room to solo! Titles include "Bluesette", "Ain't No Use", "Lil Darlin", "Ca Va Mieux", "Equinox", and a funky remake of "Thank You For Lettin Me Be Myself", the Sly Stone classic!
-Dusty Groove America

01. Bluesette (4:20)
02. Hymne A l'Amour (4:05)
03. Equinox (8:57)
04. Wade In The Water (3:32)
05. People (4:13)
06. Li'l Darlin' (8:54)
07. Ain't No Use (4:30)
08. Ca Va Mieux (9:39)
09. Thank You (For Let Me Be Myself) (8:20)
10. I Hear Music (7:18).

Rhoda Scott - organ, vocals
Joe Thomas - flute, tenor saxophone
Cornelius 'Cees' Kranenburg - drums

Recorded in Paris, Oct. 11, 1971.

Gitanes Jazz Productions: 549 879-2 (disc); 016 586-2 (set).
Reissue of Barclay LP 920 379 & 920 380.

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