Cozy Eggleston —
Grand Slam ... LP Co-Egg, Late 60s. Used ...
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One of the all-time killers! Chicago tenor legend Cozy Eggleston cut this self-produced album during the late 60s – and it's one of the hardest heaviest set of organ/tenor jams we've ever heard! The music is played by a power trio the likes of which will remind you of the SugarmanThree – with Karl Johnson on organ, and Ken Sampson playing these amazing scatter-shot lines on the drums. Cozy's also playing with the production of the record a lot during the set – so there's some cool echoey parts that come in and out on some cuts. The real treat, though, is Cozy's horn – which is loud and soulful, and totally in-the-pocket in a rough live set kind of way! Very very nice – and packaged in a great little cover, too! Titles include "Wham", "Grand Slam", "Jokers Wild", and "A Thing For Marty Faye". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover's very nice! Vinyl plays with a light click on side 2, tracks 2-4.)