Gene Ammons - Greatest Hits: The 70s download album
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Gene Ammons recorded for Prestige three decades, from 1950 almost to his death in 1974. This work was been compiled into three Greatest Hits volumes, and each has its own flavor. His sides in the 'Fifties concentrated on blues and jam sessions, with all-star casts. The 'Sixties brought small group efforts, emphasizing slow ballads and an easy-going attack from Ammons. Then came seven years (1962-69) of prison. He had been diagnosed with emphysema. The end result of this album (especially if you only know Ammons from his earlier work) is to appreciate a new approach from an old pro, and to regret his seven-year absence from the recording studio. Title: Gene Ammons Greatest Hits: The 70s Year Released: 1999 Record Label: Fantasy Jazz.
The Jungle Boss, 05:38. Long, Long Time, 04:26. Радио Мята - The Hits Channel. Laura Branigan Self Control.
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From PR 7369 Gene Ammons - Angel Eyes B1 & B2 recorded November 11, 1969. From PR 7792 Gene Ammons - Brother Jug! B3 & B4 recorded January 27, 1961. Labels are slightly different from Gene Ammons - Greatest Hits. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side A, etched ): XT P10084A P FS121477DT ACRCRPPIT.
|1||The Jungle Boss||5:35|
|5||The Black Cat||5:34|
|6||Long Long Time||4:25|
|7||You Talk That Talk||6:01|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Fantasy, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Fantasy, Inc.
- Alto Saxophone – Sonny Stitt (tracks: 7)
- Arranged By, Conductor – Bill Fischer* (tracks: 8)
- Bass – Buster Williams (tracks: 1, 2), Ron Carter (tracks: 5, 6, 8)
- Congas – Candido (tracks: 1, 2)
- Drums – Bernard Purdie (tracks: 3, 4), Frankie Jones (tracks: 1, 2), Idris Muhammad (tracks: 5 to 9)
- Electric Bass – Bob Bushnell (tracks: 3, 4), Chuck Rainey (tracks: 9)
- Electric Piano – Harold Mabern (tracks: 6), Roland Hanna (tracks: 9)
- Guitar – Billy Butler (tracks: 3, 8), George Freeman (tracks: 5 to 7), Ted Dunbar (tracks: 9)
- Organ – Leon Spencer* (tracks: 7), Sonny Phillips (tracks: 3, 4)
- Percussion – Omar Clay (tracks: 9)
- Piano – Harold Mabern (tracks: 5), Junior Mance (tracks: 1, 2)
- Remastered By – Rudy Van Gelder
- Tenor Saxophone – Gene Ammons, Houston Person (tracks: 1), Prince James (tracks: 1, 2), Richard Landry (tracks: 8, 9)
- Trombone – Garnett Brown (tracks: 8, 9)
- Trumpet – Ernie Royal (tracks: 8, 9), Robert Prado (tracks: 8, 9)
The Boss is Back. Track 1.
Brother Jug! Tracks 2 to 4.
The Black Cat. Tracks 5, 6.
You Talk That Talk. Track 7.
My Way. Tracks 8,9.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 025218901826