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Jimmy McGriff • Movin Upside The Blues

Review by Scott Yanow
For his second Jazz America LP, organist Jimmy McGriff is heard on one selection (Kenny Burrell's "All Day Long") left over from the first session (which features a septet including Harold Vick on tenor and trumpeter Danny Moore), plus four numbers from 1981 with altoist Arnold Sterling, guitarist Jimmy Ponder, trumpeter Bill Hardman, and Vick. As usual, most of the music is blues-based, although the inclusion of "Moonlight Serenade" in this soul-jazz setting is a pleasant surprise.

A1 - Moonlight Serenade - 6:30
A2 - All Day Long - 11:02
B1 - Could Be - 5:34
B2 - Free And Foxy - 6:12
B3 - Movin' Upside The Blues - 5:24

Label: Jam ‎– JAM 005
Released: Apr 1982
Genre: Jazz, Blues
Styles: Soul Jazz, Hard Bop, Jazz-Funk

Recording Date: December 19, 1980 - June 24, 1981

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