egroj world: Eddie Baccus • Feel Real

miércoles, 11 de octubre de 2017

Eddie Baccus • Feel Real

Widely regarded as the standard bearer of Cleveland jazz, virtuoso organist Eddie Baccus, Sr. has been a leader, mentor and “the soul of the local jazz scene” since the early 1960s. He delights his fans with his distinctive “chatty” organ style. Blind nearly from birth, Baccus would become the only professional musician among his ten siblings. When the family moved to Ohio, he attended The Ohio State School for the Blind in Columbus where he befriended classmate and legendary saxophonist Roland Kirk. Impressed by Baccus’ mastery of the Hammond B-3, Kirk invited him to join his band. When Kirk moved on to the national stage, Baccus chose to stay close to Cleveland instead, touring with Tony Lovano and Ike Cole. He also extensively mentored numerous jazz musicians, notably Joe Lovano, Ernie Krivda and later his son, saxophonist Eddie Baccus, Jr.

A1 Feel Real    
A2 Out Of Nowhere    
A3 Stranger On The Shore    
A4 Blues At Dawn    
B1 A Breath In The Wind    
B2 Flight 464    
B3 Phoebe    
B4 In A Minor Groove    

    Drums – Charles Crosby, George Cook
    Guitar – Mose Fowler
    Organ – Eddie Baccus

Label: Smash Records (4) ‎– SRS-67029
Released: 1962
Genre: Jazz
Recorded October, 1962, at Universal Recording Studios, Chicago.

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