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CD (Item 511925) Jazzateria, 1998 — Condition: Used
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As a friend of ours said recently: "How come he never sounds this good when he's been playing live recently?" Reason: the folks at Jazzateria have backed Reuben's funky organ with a nice production style that highlights his ability to lay down a funky solo, and which gives his playing the added "umph" that's missing when you just have the sort of "classic Hammond player" session that's been disappointing us a lot lately. Reuben's organ is backed up by a lineup that includes sax, keyboards, guitar, trumpete, and funky drums. A few cuts have female vocals, and the titles include classics like "Hot Rod", "Orange Peel", "Trouble Man", "Groovin", and "Got To Get Your Own". (Out of print. Barcode has a cutout hole.)  © 1996-2017, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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