Wednesday, 16 May 2018

Living Jazz “Hot Butter & Soul” 1970 US Soul Jazz Funk,Fusion


Living Jazz “Hot Butter & Soul” 1970 US  excellent  Soul Jazz Funk,Fusion  recommended..!
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Covers of soul funk succes! Great version…~


Prolific RCA producer, Ethel Gabriel, created The Living Strings series of albums, which, from what I can gather, were easy-listening instrumental string versions of popular tunes. They must have had some success as they spawned other “Living” ventures, such as the Living Jazz one that today’s track is taken from. 
Reed man, Phil Bodner, was inspired by Isaac Hayes when he arranged and conducted the album, ‘Hot Butter & Soul’. Released in 1970, it features New York session musicians playing jazzed up interpretations of soul hits. This version of The Jackson Five’s ‘ABC’ certainly doesn’t surpass the original, but if, like me, you have a weak spot for horny instrumental versions of well known songs, this’ll hit it….~


A nice album covering soul / funk masterpieces funky! A drum break in the head and middle Jackson 5 “ABC” and “Games People Play”, I do not know whether the name is too long Isaac Hayes “Hyperbolicsyllabicses quadalymistic” Walk On By “and so on!…~


It is the 70th anniversary work of "Living Jazz” Hot Butter & Soul “. The 
There are other releases by Brass, Guitars, Marimbas, and Trio, as well as artists who are living · jazz (RCA Camden’s house band? As far as we can understand, the producer Essel Gabriel is a pioneer in American female music producer, probably producing all the records of the living series including this work. Arrange and command Phil Bodner 
Douc Sebrecen, Enoch · Wright etc in the group related to commands such as flute etc. 
It was the person who was doing. Only this two credits are credited in this work 
So, the participating musicians are unknown. Although it is its content, for convenience 
Although this work is categorized into easy listening, this is 
It is quite funky. Tracklist is almost composed of cover, A-1’s 
It is Dionne Warwick "Walk On By” by Bacharach & Hull David 
Although the beginning of the song is a bit embarrassed in the way of enka (lol), Common “Nuthin ‘to Do” 
It is a good cover sampled by Freddie Gibbs “It’s All Cognac”. 
A-2 appeared in the article of Mario Said “Sensational!”, Glenn Campbell 
· Number known for version. It is A-3 which Yaya will also expect in the upper, 
I am satisfied with the head drum break that does not disappoint the expectation. A-4 is MO 
TOWN sound classics, The Temptations “Get Ready” covers better. 
Turn over the record. B-1 is original 69 years by Joe South, Inner Ci 
Let’s hear rcle versions. B-2 is a Game tie? 
Carl Sigman of Rudy’s number, written by Charles Dawes, Tommy Edwards 
It is “Games People Play” and I think that it is a name performance that surpasses the original. 
Probably the only original number in this work, Arranger Bodner composer B-3 
It is, but this can not be missed again, “ABC” cover is also wonderful. 
However, I personally think that it is a musical piece that would not hurt to say whitebrow of this work. 
Is the last deed with Issac Hayes “Hyperbolicsyllabicsesquedalymistic” 
This is recorded Isaac’s album is “Hot Buttered Soul” ('69) 
, A - 1, A - 2, B - 4 of 4 song recordings are covered with this work. The jacket is also the head family 
For himself who wore sunglasses, this work is also Baldo and Father of Gurasan. Cone 
What is a rendering production? Does anyone know the relevance of these two works?…~



Personnel are; 
Arranged & Conducted By - Phil Bodner 
Produced By - Ethel Gabriel


Tracklist 
A1 Walk On By 3:00 
A2 By The Time I Get To Phoenix 3:28 
A3 ABC 4:37 
A4 Get Ready 4:01 
B1 Games People Play 3:25 
B2 It’s All In The Game 2:56 
B3 Sweet Buttercup 4:31 
B4 Hyperbolicsyllabicsequeldalymusic 4:53 

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