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Bermuda Clay House - Big John Patton* - Blue John (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Big John Patton's second album, Blue John, was one of several '60s sessions the organist led for Blue Note that remained unissued until much later (in this case, ).Although the six selections are all straightforward soul-jazz, the results end up far more offbeat than one might expect. That's due largely to the presence of soprano sax/stritch player George Braith, one of the very few.
  2. John Patton, often known as Big John Patton, was one of Blue Note’s busiest soul-jazz organists during the golden age of the Hammond B-3s. Between 19Patton cooked up 11 albums’ worth of material as a leader and sat in with a dizzying procession of skilled improvisers, and his best work has since been compared with that of tragically short-lived innovator Larry Young.
  3. Blue John, an Album by "Big" John Patton. Released in April on Blue Note (catalog no. BST ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Soul Jazz. Featured peformers: George Braith (soprano saxophone, aka_text strich role_id aka_text), John Patton (organ), Grant Green (guitar), Ben Dixon (drums), Alfred Lion (producer), Michael Cuscuna (producer), Rudy Van Gelder (engineer), Ron McMaster (aka_text.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Blue John on Discogs. Label: Blue Note - BST • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Bop, Hard Bop/5(3).
  5. Big John Patton's second album, Blue John, was one of several '60s sessions the organist led for Blue Note that remained unissued until much later (in this case, ). Although the six selections are all straightforward soul-jazz, the results end up far more offbeat than one might expect.
  6. Surprisingly nice recent work from Blue Note organ jazz legend Big John Patton! The album was recorded in New York in – at a time when Patton was being rediscovered, and brought back into the light as an excellent player with a hell of a lot to offer, one who'd just been slowly forgotten by the record companies over the years.
  7. A pair of mid 70s albums from John Mayall – back to back in a single set! First up is Notice To Appear – a great little change for John Mayall – a set that has the British singer picking up some strong funky touches from Allen Toussaint – the New Orleans soul legend who produced and arranged the record, and wrote most of the tunes too! For a brief time in the mid 70s, the Toussaint.
  8. Mar 07,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Bermuda Clay House · Big John Patton Blue John ℗ A Blue Note Records Release; ℗ Capitol Records, LLC Released on: Producer: Alfred.

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