Sonny Stitt - Goin' Down Slow FLAC album
Goin' Down Slow (Album Version). Sonny Stitt,Howard McGhee,JJ Johnson,Walter Bishop,Tommy Potter,Kenny Clarke.
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Goin' Down Slow" or "Going Down Slow" is a blues song composed by American blues singer St. Louis Jimmy Oden. It is considered a blues standard and "one of the most famous blues of all". Goin' Down Slow" has been recorded by many blues and other artists, including a noteworthy version by Howlin' Wolf with narration by Willie Dixon. A rendition by Bobby Bland was a hit in both the Billboard Hot 100 and R&B charts.
Goin' Down Slow is an album by saxophonist Sonny Stitt recorded in 1972 and released on the Prestige label. Miss Ann, Lisa, Sue and Sadie" (Sonny Stitt) - 14:10. Where Is Love?" (Lionel Bart) - 4:23. Livin' Without You" (Randy Newman) - 7:30. Goin' Down Slow" (James Oden) - 3:54. Moving Beauty" (Traditional) - 3:48.
Sonny Stitt was in one of his prime periods during the early '70s and this LP finds him in particularly creative form. Best is the 14-minute "Miss Ann, Lisa, Sue and Sadie" which features Stitt, trumpeter Thad Jones, guitarist Billy Butler, and pianist Hank Jones soloing over a small string section; Jones' arrangement is quite memorable.
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Goin' Down Slow" or "Going Down Slow" is a blues song composed by American blues singer St. It is considered a blues standard and "one of the most famous blues of all" Contents. Goin' Down Slow" "is the lament of a high roller who is dying":. I have had my fun, if I don't get well no more (2 ) My health is failing me, and I'm goin' down slow Please write my mother, tell her the shape I'm in (2 ) Tell her to pray for me, forgive me for my sin. The song is a moderately slow-tempo twelve-bar blues, notated in 4 4 or common time in the key of B. Oden, as St. Louis Jimmy, recorded it in Chicago on November 11, 1941.