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The Electrifying Eddie Harris (Album review) Listen Here

In Album, Listen Here on January 25, 2009 at 3:32 pm

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THE ELECTRIFYING EDDIE HARRIS:

Recorded in New York, New York on March 14-15, 1968.

Recorded at Atlantic Recording Studios, New York, New York on April 20, 1967. Includes original release liner notes by Ray Allen, this LP is one of tenor saxophonist Eddie Harris’s most significant albums. Rolling Stone called Eddie’s hit single Listen Here a space funk classic with it’s inventive use of electronic effects also features the groovy Sham Time and the incredible Theme In Search Of A Movie New exclusive liner notes by Mitch Myers audiophile Re mastering from the original master tapes 80 gram HQ vinyl & original artwork”


2 LPs
on 1 CD: THE ELECTRIFYING EDDIE HARRIS (1967)/PLUG ME IN.

Personnel:

Eddie Harris (tenor saxophone, electric saxophone); King Curtis, David Newman (tenor saxophone); Haywood Henry (baritone saxophone); Melvin Lastie, Joe Newman (trumpet); Jodie Christian (piano); Melvin Jackson (bass); Richard Smith (drums); Ray Barretto, Joe Wohletz (percussion).

Producer: Arif Mardin.
Engineer: Phil Iehle.

Personnel: Eddie Harris (electric tenor saxophone); Haywood Henry (baritone saxophone); Melvin Lastie, Jimmy Owens, Joe Newman, James Bossy (trumpet); Tom McIntosh, Garnet Brown (trombone); Jodie Christian (piano); Melvin Jackson, Ron Carter (bass); Chuck Rainey (electric bass); Richard Smith, Grady Tate (drums).

Producer: Joel Dorn.

Tracks:

  • Theme In Search Of A Movie
  • Listen Here
  • Judie’s Theme
  • Sham Time
  • Spanish Bull
  • I Don’t Want No One But You

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