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  • https://youtu.be/wEb-u66T64o

    This is from an album Boz Scaggs made in the 1990's. He's one of those musicians you have to search for the good stuff. He does all kinds of music - blues, country & western, disco, soul, pop - but when he gets good material...this is a really bitter song, but brilliantly executed.

    • My partner in crime, Kate, is a big Boz fan (disco era mostly). I’ve never really paid attention, this track could make me go looking Ernie. 

  • https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07D4ZWCHX/ref=asc_df_B07D4ZWCHX5866232...

    This was released last summer. In places it sounds like a rehearsal tape but it's well put together. There is a version of 'Nature Boy' - a well-recorded standard (most notably by Art Pepper) that is sublime. If I had my time again, and if I had been a musician, and if I had been a bass player, I would have wanted to play like Jimmy Garrison.

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    • Got the vinyl edition. Some really nice tracks on there.

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  • New album out next week, yeah! :-)

    https://youtu.be/o0P1dkvNSMI

    • Like that, catchy...might check that one out.

  • https://youtu.be/NCewjjo45R4

    The brilliant Tommy Smith, one of the best players of the last couple of decades.

  • I thought I'd better switch to this thread... The Blue Note, DJ Smash - Phonography and Phonography both landed this morning, rinsed them out today. Brilliant sounds Kai, thank you very much ;0)

    The 'Untinted' album should be turning up any time soon too. Happy days :0) 

  • https://youtu.be/RJXyFgZvl-Y

    This is where The Jam 'borrowed' all their bass lines from.....

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oMQeJ03aMtg

     

    Shuggie Otis was about 14 or 15 years old when he made this allbum with Al Kooper.

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