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Re: Soul Jazz Grooves

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Re: Soul Jazz Grooves

Postby Count Machuki » 31 Mar 2012, 01:00

Nice record they tacked on to that breakbeat, there!

dig the similarly titled:

Let U be the set of all united sets, K be the set of the kids and D be the set of things divided.
Then it follows that ∀ k ∈ K: K ∈ U ⇒ k ∉ D

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Re: Soul Jazz Grooves

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Red Holloway - 'Movin' On'
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Re: Soul Jazz Grooves

Postby B » 04 Aug 2012, 23:25

Best thread on BCB



This groove I know cause Pete Rock sampled it. What I didn't know until I was looking at the notes for the LP is my dad's bass teacher (Major Holley) from back in the day played bass on it :!:

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Re: Soul Jazz Grooves

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Re: Soul Jazz Grooves

Postby Six String » 05 Aug 2012, 04:11

Brian, that's a cool groove you posted there. I saw a Johnny Lytle album this weekend that I'm pretty sure Major Holley played on also. It might have even been this album. :? Now I need to go back and check it out.

T. Willey, I've been listening to Shirley more this year than Jimmy Smith. :o Yes, she's that good! Different but one of the greats for sure.

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Re: Soul Jazz Grooves

Postby T. Willy Rye » 05 Aug 2012, 04:34

Six String wrote:Brian, that's a cool groove you posted there. I saw a Johnny Lytle album this weekend that I'm pretty sure Major Holley played on also. It might have even been this album. :? Now I need to go back and check it out.

T. Willey, I've been listening to Shirley more this year than Jimmy Smith. :o Yes, she's that good! Different but one of the greats for sure.


I keep saying I need to pick up more of her stuff; really interested in her mid to late 60s output.

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Re: Soul Jazz Grooves

Postby fange » 05 Aug 2012, 13:54

Brian wrote:Best thread on BCB


Word.



Freddie Roach - 'Brown Sugar'

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Re: Soul Jazz Grooves

Postby fange » 10 Sep 2012, 13:25

Maybe leaning slightly more to the jazz funk rather than soul jazz side of the dial, but damn it it's Cedar Walton, so you know it's gonna have a whole mess of soulful goodness...



Cedar Walton - 'Road Island Red'
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Re: Soul Jazz Grooves

Postby Nolamike » 10 Sep 2012, 14:24

Who needs drums to swing like a motherfucker, when a tambourine will do?

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Re: Soul Jazz Grooves

Postby Nolamike » 10 Sep 2012, 14:28

Funk, with skronk:

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Postby Nolamike » 10 Sep 2012, 14:29

Oh, hell yeah!

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Re: Soul Jazz Grooves

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Re: Soul Jazz Grooves

Postby Nolamike » 10 Sep 2012, 14:40

Nolamike wrote:Funk, with skronk:



By the way, I think that's the kind of thing Albert Ayler was trying to do on New Grass, only he asked his girlfriend who couldn't sing to provide vocals. If only he'd had Fontella Bass...

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If only she could sing! And if only a version with better sound was on Youtube! Either way, goddamn, it's pretty nice, at least where there aren't any vocals.
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Re: Soul Jazz Grooves

Postby Nolamike » 10 Sep 2012, 14:46

Here's one more in line with the rest of the thread, from the early '60s, and one I'm guessing few folks here know. It's the A.F.O. Executives, which consisted of Harold Battiste and all those studio cats who played on Sam Cooke's latter day sessions, Dr. John's Night Tripper album, and a whole bunch of other stuff. For the first few minutes, it swings along in a vein similar to "Sidewinder," but then at about 4:00, it shifts to a place where all the guys' New Orleans roots show forth a bit more, with a percussion heavy, call-and-response section.

Trust me, you'll love it:



Hell yeah! :)
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Re: Soul Jazz Grooves

Postby fange » 10 Sep 2012, 15:00

Nolamike wrote:By the way, I think that's the kind of thing Albert Ayler was trying to do on New Grass, only he asked his girlfriend who couldn't sing to provide vocals. If only he'd had Fontella Bass...



:lol:

Damn that Bowie, keeping the good singers to himself.


Nice grooves, Mike. Let's keep it cookin'...

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Johnny 'Hammond' Smith - 'The Prophet'
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Re: Soul Jazz Grooves

Postby Nolamike » 10 Sep 2012, 15:23

Am I gonna go there? Yeah, I'm gonna go there:



If only it didn't get so dang loungey after the breakbeat intro... but that's Bob James for ya. And no, it sounds nothing like Mardi Gras.
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Re: Soul Jazz Grooves

Postby Nolamike » 10 Sep 2012, 15:26

Ok, after that last one, I have to post something good:

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Re: Soul Jazz Grooves

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Re: Soul Jazz Grooves

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You gotta love an album fronted by a jazz congo player! :)
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