Brother Jack McDuff - Gin And Orange FLAC album
Cadet Recorded at the Ter Mar Studios and live at The London House, Chicago, April 1969 Tracklist: A1 Mac-Duffin' (Evans, McDuff) A2 Theme From The Electric.
Written-By – Jack McDuff. Written-By – Jack McDuff. Companies, etc. Published By – Meagre Music. Published By – Pelew Music. Recorded At – London House, Chicago. Manufactured By – Chess Producing Corp. Design – Jerry Griffith. Drums – Morris Jennings. Electric Bass – Phil Upchurch. Engineer – Dave Purple, Reice Hamel. Guitar – Jerry Byrde. Guitar – Cash McCall. Liner Notes – Mort Fega. Organ – Jack McDuff.
Complete your Brother Jack McDuff collection.
Tracklist: 1. Mac-Duffin’, 2. Theme From The Electric Surfboard, 3. On The Case, 4. Channel One, 5. Get It Up, 6. Gin And Orange, 7. Beep-Bo-Boo, 8. With The Wind. 5. Get It Up. 6. Gin And Orange. More albums from Brother Jack McDuff: Soul Summit Vol. 2 by Brother Jack McDuff. Live! by Brother Jack McDuff. Hot Barbeque by Brother Jack McDuff. Walk On By by Brother Jack McDuff. Together Again! by Brother Jack McDuff.
Brother Jack McDuff Live! is a live album of jazz music by organist Jack McDuff recorded in New Jersey in 1963 and released on the Prestige label. All compositions by Jack McDuff except as indicated. It Ain't Necessarily So" (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin) - 6:37.
Gin and Orange is a 1969 album by organist Brother Jack McDuff recorded both live and in the studio which was his third release on the Cadet label. With BBQ-rich arrangements by Richard Evans, the result is a heavier sound that McDuff none-the-less cuts through like crazy".
Jack McDuff - Moon Rappin'/Moon Rappin'. Jack McDuff - Moon Rappin'/02 - Oblighetto. Jack McDuff - Moon Rappin'/Moon Rappin'. Jack McDuff - Moon Rappin'/01 - Flat Backin'. Jack McDuff - Moon Rappin'/05 - Loose Foot.
Jimmy Smith might have been the one to put jazz organ on the map, but players like Jack McDuff ruled the clubs, jukeboxes, and record charts in the '60s with their blues-heavy, greasy, soulful hi-caloric styles
A1 Mac-Duffin' 3:00 A2 The Electric Surfboard 5:00 A3 On the Case 2:59 A4 Channel One 5:53 B1 Get It Up 3:00 B2 Gin and Orange 4:12 B3 Beep-Bo-Boo 7:20 B4 With the Wind 6:47. Alto Saxophone – Gene Barge Bass – Phil Upchurch Drums – Joe Burkes, Morris Jennings Guitar – Cash McCall, Jerry Byrde Organ – Jack McDuff Percussion – Richard Powell Tenor Saxophone – Ben Branch, Bill Phipps, Cliff Davis. Cadet Records – LPS-831 (US). Recorded in Chicago, April, 1969. Thanks to snobb for the addition
Gin and Orange (1969). Album by Brother Jack McDuff. was sampled in. One in a Million by Pete Rock & . Blanco and Dorrough (2012). Trunk of Funk by Microphone Prince (1993).
|A2||Theme From The Electric Surfboard||5:00|
|A3||On The Case||2:59|
|B1||Get It Up||3:00|
|B2||Gin And Orange||4:12|
|B4||With The Wind||6:47|
- Alto Saxophone – Gene Barge
- Bass [Electric] – Phil Upchurch
- Drums – Joe Burkes, Morris Jennings
- Guitar – Cash McCall, Jerry Byrde*
- Organ – Jack McDuff*
- Percussion – Richard Powell
- Tenor Saxophone – Ben Branch, Bill Phipps, Cliff Davis
NotesReissue with orange Cadet labels.
Recorded in Chicago, April, 1969
|LPS-831||Brother Jack McDuff||Gin And Orange (LP, Album)||Cadet||LPS-831||US||1969|
|LPS-831 DJ||Brother Jack McDuff||Gin And Orange (LP, Album, Promo)||Cadet||LPS-831 DJ||US||1969|
|DGA 3017||Brother Jack McDuff||Gin And Orange (CD, Album, RE)||Dusty Groove America||DGA 3017||US||2008|
|BJS 4017||Brother Jack McDuff||Gin And Orange (LP, Album, RE)||Bellaphon||BJS 4017||Germany||Unknown|
|LPS-831||Brother Jack McDuff||Gin And Orange (LP, Album)||Cadet||LPS-831||Canada||1969|