Big John Patton - Blue Planet Man album download
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|6||What's Your Name?
Vocals – Rorie Nichols
Written-By – Archie Shepp
- Copyright (c) – Evidence Music, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – King Record Co. Ltd
- Recorded At – Skyline Studios
- Alto Saxophone – John Zorn
- Art Direction – Rothacker Advertising & Design
- Congas – Lawrence Killian
- Drums – Eddie Gladden
- Engineer [Recording] – A.T. Michael MacDonald
- Executive-producer – Yoichi Nakao
- Guitar – Ed Cherry
- Organ [Hammond B-3] – Big John Patton*
- Photography By [Cover] – Thelma Patton
- Photography By [Rear Booklet] – Alan Nahigian
- Producer – Thelma Patton
- Tenor Saxophone – Pete Chavez
- Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Bill Saxton
- Written-By – John Patton (tracks: 1 to 6, 8)
NotesRecorded on April 12 & 13, 1993 at Skyline Studios, N.Y.C.
©1995 Evidence Music Inc. All Rights Reserved
(P)1993 King Record Co. Ltd. (Japan)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 30182 21122 1
|KICJ 168||John Patton||Blue Planet Man (CD, Album)||Bellaphon, King Records||KICJ 168||Germany||1993|
Blue Planet Man is a 1993 album by organist Big John Patton which features John Zorn and was originally released on King Records/Paddle Wheel Records in Japan in 1993 and subsequently released in the USA on Evidence Records in 1997. The album was considered part of Patton's 1990s "comeback".
Blue Planet Man. 1993. This album has an average beat per minute of 110 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 100/121 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Blue Planet Man. Album starts at 100BPM, ends at BPM (-100), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by John Patton. That Certain Feeling. Memphis To New York Spirit.
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, 1986). 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 Rahsaan Roland Kirk disciples to master the art of playing multiple horns simultaneously.
Big John Patton - Got A Good Thing Goin' (Blue Note BLP 4229). John Patton - That Certain Feeling (Blue Note BLP 4281). John Patton - Boogaloo (Blue Note CDP 7243 8 31878 2 9). John Patton - Understanding (Blue Note BST 84306). John Patton - Memphis To New York Spirit (Blue Note CDP 7243 8 35221 2 5). . The Lost Grooves (Blue Note CDP 7243 8 31883 2 1). John Patton - Accent On The Blues (Blue Note BST 84340). John Patton - Accent On The Blues (Blue Note CDP 7243 8 53924 2 9). 1983 (age 48). John Patton - Soul Connection (Nilva Records (Swi) NQ 3406)
Blue John (7:31) 07. Jean De Fleur (bonus track) (9:07) 08. Chunky Cheeks (bonus track) (5:45) 09. I Need You So (bonus track) (4:49) 10. Kinda Slick (bonus track) (5:05) 11. Untitled Patton Tune (bonus track) (8:33). Скачать с помощью Mediaget. com/Big John Patton - Blue John.
Oh Baby! is an album by American organist Big John Patton recorded in 1965 and released on the Blue Note label. All compositions by John Patton except where noted. Fat Judy" (Ben Dixon) - 7:40. One to Twelve" - 7:52. Night Flight" (Harold Vick) - 6:35. Big John Patton - organ.
Mosaic Select: Big John Patton. Missing are Blue John, his proper second album from 1963 and unreleased until 1986, Let 'Em Roll, and Got a Good Thing Goin', released in 1965 and 1966, and his post-1968 work, Accent on the Blues, Memphis to New York Spirit (unreleased until 1996), and Boogaloo. Virtually every one of these outings is important, the first because it showcased Patton outside of his.
Home Artists . Big John Patton. Format: All Vinyl CD DJ Equipment Studio Equipment. Play All. Juno Player. Got A Good Thing Goin' (LP). e-mail me when released.