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A lost late 70s gem from Muse Records – one of the few albums we've ever seen from vibist Charlie Shoemake, a really great player with a heavy dose of soul! Charlie's working here with a warm trio that includes Kenny Barron on piano, Cecil McBee on bass, and Al Foster on drums – a group who'd be more than great enough on their own, but who sound even more wonderful in the company of Shoemake's sharp-edged vibes. The date recalls some of Barron's later recordings with vibes, but also has a bit more 70s warmth too – and titles include "Sunstroke", "That's Earl Brother", "This Happy Madness", "You'll Love New York", and "42nd Street Changes". (White label promo. Cover has light wear and a few pieces of tape.) © 1996-2016, Dusty Groove, Inc.
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