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martes, 17 de enero de 2017

Herbie Mann • Mississippi Gambler

Here comes Memphis Underground Mk. III (Memphis Two-Step was Mk. II), with much the same cast of grits-and-gravy sessionmen from Memphis and David "Fathead" Newman along for the ride on tenor and flute.  Yet this is by no means a retread of the best-selling sound, for Mann explores somewhat different grooves in a bouquet of pop hits and a couple of down-home-flavored Mann originals.  Carlos "Patato" Valdes' congas add an alternative Latin flavor to the Memphis stew and Mann tootles along in his by-now-comfortable soul mode.  Not essential listening but good `70s soul-jazz nonetheless. ~ Richard S. Ginell, All Music Guide

01  Swing Low Sweet Chariot (5:25)
02  Mississippi Gambler (6:50)
03  Dippermouth (8:55)
04  Respect Yourself (5:29)
05  I've Been Loving You Too Long (5:51)
06  (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (6:57)

Year: 1972
Label: Atlantic

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