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One of the rarest Moms Mabley albums – and one of the coolest too – issued on Stax's comedy label Partee, with music by George Butcher, who plays piano in a small combo with Donald Duck Dunn on bass and Al Jackson on drums! LP, Vinyl record album
Pretty raw stuff from Moms – not in the content, but in the style of recording, as the record's definitely an "on the spot" number – recorded live in concert at the Apollo. However, that also makes it pretty compelling – as Moms is in home territory here – keeping ... LP, Vinyl record album
Wild! This one's almost like hearing Louis Armstrong sing "The Creator Has A Master Plan" – in that it features rough-voiced comedienne Moms Mabley, working through a set of hip late 60s tunes arranged by Leroy Glover and George Butcher. The sound is actually pretty nice – ... LP, Vinyl record album
No, Moms isn't storming the United Nations – but she is caught live here, in a 1960 performance at the Uptown Theatre in Philly. The material isn't has hard and heavy as later stuff, but her spirit and fire is still there, and the album's noteworthy in that it's an early attempt by Chess to ... LP, Vinyl record album