Georgie Fame - Rhythm & Blues At the Flamingo (Mono, 200g, Japanese edition) - AudioSoundMusic
Georgie Fame - Rhythm & Blues At the Flamingo (Mono, 200g, Japanese edition) - AudioSoundMusic
Georgie Fame - Rhythm & Blues At the Flamingo (Mono, 200g, Japanese edition) - AudioSoundMusic
Georgie Fame - Rhythm & Blues At the Flamingo (Mono, 200g, Japanese edition) - AudioSoundMusic

Georgie Fame - Rhythm & Blues At the Flamingo (Mono, 200g, Japanese edition)

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Vocals, Organ – Georgie Fame

Baritone Saxophone – Johnny Marshall

Bass Guitar – Boots Slade

Congas – Tommy Thomas

Drums – Red Reece

Electric Guitar – Big Jim Sullivan

Tenor Saxophone – Michael Eve

Written by Jimmy Forrest (A1), Oscar Washington (A1), Lewis P. Simpkins (A1), Sam Theard (A2), Fleecie Moore (A2), Rufus Thomas (A3), Joe Sherman (A4), Noel Sherman (A4), Nat Adderley (A5), Mose Allison (B1), Dee Clark (B2), Phil Upchurch (B2), Cornell Muldrow (B2), Eric "Monty" Morris (B3), Berry Gordy (B4), Smokey Robinson (B4), Sonny Boy Williamson (B5)

 

1 LP, standard sleeve

Limited japanese edition

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 200g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”

Mono

Live

Record Press : unspecified

Label : Universal (Japan)

Original Label : Columbia

Recorded on Wednesday, 25 September 1963 at The Flamingo, 33 Wardour Street, London

Engineered by Glyn Johns

Produced by Ian Samwell

Liner Notes by Johnny Gunnell

Originally released in January 1964

Reissued in October 2007

 

Tracks:

Side A:

  1. Night Train
  2. Let The Good Times Roll
  3. Do The Dog
  4. Eso Beso
  5. Work Song

Side B:

  1. Parchman Farm
  2. You Can't Sit Down
  3. Humpty Dumpty
  4. Shop Around
  5. Baby Please Don't Go

         

        Reviews:

        “Recorded live at a London club in 1963, this is a bit stiffer than Fame's mid-'60s peak, but finds him gravitating toward his idiosyncratic blend of R&B and jazz. This R&B-oriented set includes covers of classics by Mose Allison, Smokey Robinson, Sonny Boy Williamson, and Rufus Thomas.” AllMusic Review by Richie Unterberger


        Ratings :

        AllMusic : 3 / 5 ; Discogs : 4.34 / 5

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