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  • Faegami
    says:
    The album's extended horn solo is replaced with a much shorter, searing guitar (that's actually tracked over what on the LP are a series of 'empty' measures prior to where the LP horn solo begins). The album version, which ends with the band alternating with singsong recorders until the entire take devolves into chaos and a laughed off.
  • Mausho
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    The one and only Herman Foster, indeed – a pianist who only cut a handful of records, but always managed to leave his mark! You might know Foster from his wonderful work with Lou Donaldson in the early 60s Blue Note years, or his bluesy albums as a leader for Columbia around the same time – but here, the pianist has this lyrical flow that's really amazing – and quite a change.
  • Moogukasa
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    A longtime sideman, primarily to Lou Donaldson, blind pianist Herman Foster only made three albums as a leader, the two combined on this discount-priced two-fer CD, recorded and released by Epic Records in , and Ready and Willing for Argo in Although Have You Heard and the inappropriately named The Explosive Piano Of (placed in reverse chronological order on this disc) are both.
  • Vomuro
    says:
    out of 5 stars Excellent piano trio cd! Reviewed in the United States on December 17, Hemran Foster was Lou Donaldson's pianist during the 50's and 60's while with Blue Note Records, and it was a reason that I bought this cd, containing two rare lps on Epic in the early 60's.5/5(2).
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  • Goltizil
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    READY FOR THE WORLD Vinyl Records and CDs: Coming out of Flint, Michigan, in the early s, Ready For The World were a six-man crew who fused a variety of musical styles: funk, rock, R&B and New Wave. Sounding similar to acts like Prince and Cameo, they had several huge crossover hits, including "Oh Sheila" and "Love You Down.".
  • Goltibei
    says:
    The original pressing of the monaural LP was on red vinyl, while the original stereo pressing was on blue vinyl. As "Cast Your Fate to the Wind" began to climb the charts, Fantasy re-worked the album cover, first with a "flag" to indicate the presence of the song, and eventually by putting the song front and center, and submerging the album's.
  • Fenrile
    says:
    Sue LP ; Joan Shaw (Aka Salena Jones) Joan Shaw She played some of the best clubs on the contemporary circuit, recording “Joan Shaw in Person,” a live album with the Herman Foster trio. Despite good reviews, however, it proved to be a false dawn. Ready and Willing (Vinyl) Herman Foster. LP Out of stock.
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