4 February 2007

JACK MCDUFF - MAGNETIC FEEL
























Another one for the beatheads with this wigged out bit of funky fusion on Cadet from 1975.In much the same vein as "Sophisticated Funk" this one's heavily influenced by the sort of sound and groove created by the Mizell Brothers.
Featuring McDuff on Moogs,Electric Piano and B3 supported by a stellar cast:George Benson,Phil Upchurch and Cornell Dupree on guitars,Pee Wee Ellis on Saxes,Bob Cranshaw on Bass,Grady Tate on Drums and Ray Mantilla on Congas.
Ripped from original vinyl at 320.
Thanks to Joachim for the fantastic cover picture-great work!

15 comments:

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Joachim said...

Hi

I have a bigger picture

How can I send you it ?

Pekis said...

Thanks for all this, Bacoso !

bacoso said...

joachim-if you could leave your email address in the comments i will contact you and then remove the comment a.s.a.p.
if not no worries and thanks for the offer

Joachim said...
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bacoso said...

joachim-cant email you as your email address is not recognised when i send to you

Joachim said...
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marko said...

this is a little better:

http://i10.ebayimg.com/07/i/000/85/b6/3906_1_b.JPG

J Epstein said...

Email me: I did a little Photoshop work on the ebay auction photo and it's pretty presentable now.

tubegeek at earthlink dot net

Robert said...

thank you!!!

mr. wiggles said...

here's one for your link-list

my site; Dave Brubeck Discography
http://davebrubeck.blogspot.com/

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vik said...

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kim33333 said...

Great album!

Better cover art here (600x600):

http://cl.ly/image/2K2f0332303p

kim33333 said...

BTW- I can't understand why this was never re-released in any digital format- you can't buy this anywhere. Anyone know of a FLAC source?