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George DukeDukey Treats ... CD
Heads Up, 2008. Used ... $2.99
Dukey Treats are funky treats from the legendary George Duke – kind of a late return to funky sounds from the legendary keys & jazzy soul synth guru – with plenty of clean and lean grooves, too! George is on Rhodes, clavinet, synths and some spare vocal furnishings on this set – clearly setting out to have a laidback, funky good time, without betraying is reputation as an architect of fusiony soul jazz. The players are really great and they do a terrific job on both the intergalactic funk throwbacks and the smoothed out numbers – with percussion by Sheila E, Jef Lee Johnson on tightly funky bass, a sweet trio of female vocalists and a killer horn section – with guest appearances by Wah Wah Watson and others. There's a lot of playful interaction by the group in the mix, and if the record isn't milestone from Duke, it's an endearingly joyful one! Titles include loose, funky opener "Everyday Hero", the smooth soul jam "I Tried To Tell You", "A Fonk Tail", "Dukey Treats", "Listen Baby", "Mercy", "Right On Time", "Sudan", "Are You Ready", "Images Of Us" and more. CD
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New Buddy RichVery Alive At Ronnie Scott's (aka Rich In London – with bonus tracks) ... CD
RCA/BGO (UK), 1972. Used 2 CDs ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Crackling live energy from Buddy Rich – recorded at Ronnie Scott's nightclub in London, and with a sound that recalls some of Buddy's best from the 60s! As with other Rich albums from the time, the album features some really searing solo work from Pat LaBarbera – clearly the second star of the set, and really bringing a lot to the session on tenor, flute, and soprano sax! Arrangements are by John LaBarbera, Mike Gibbs, and others – and titles include "The Word", "Dancing Men", "St Mark's Square", "That's Enough", "Little Train", and "Time Being". From what we can tell, this CD is the fullest version so far of this performance, as it features the 4 bonus tracks on the Mosaic reissue – "Moment's Notice", "In A Mellow Tone", "Watson's Walk", and "Milestones" – plus "Two Bass Hit", "Superstar", "Love Story", and a few tracks that have Buddy speaking! CD
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New Buddy RichRich In London – Live At Ronnie Scott's (plus bonus tracks) ... CD
RCA/Mosaic, 1971. Used ... Out Of Stock
Crackling live energy from Buddy Rich – recorded at Ronnie Scott's nightclub in London, and with a sound that recalls some of Buddy's best from the 60s! As with other Rich albums from the time, the album features some really searing solo work from Pat LaBarbera – clearly the second star of the set, and really bringing a lot to the session on tenor, flute, and soprano sax! Arrangements are by John LaBarbera, Mike Gibbs, and others – and titles include "The Word", "Dancing Men", "St Mark's Square", "That's Enough", "Little Train", and "Time Being". CD also features 4 bonus tracks – "Moment's Notice", "In A Mellow Tone", "Watson's Walk", and "Milestones". CD
 
 
 
 



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