|Sugarman 3 / Soul Donkey|
|1.||Nov 09, 2013:||Music Casserole |
|4.||Jan 09, 2013:||Sunshine . . . in the Afternoon |
(4 p.m.) Mulin' Around
|2.||Jul 16, 2013:||Good Day Sunshine |
|5.||Dec 05, 2012:||Sunshine on a St. Nicholas Day Afternoon! |
|3.||Jun 04, 2013:||Sunshine . . . in the Afternoon |
|6.||Oct 03, 2012:||Sunshine . . . in the Afternoon! |
|The Dead Kenny-Gs|
This album rules. Sugarman 3 play some great soul jazz. These songs feature drums, Hammond organ, sax, and guitar playing classic boogaloo--a combination of jazz and soul/funk. The fact that this album has a Lou Donaldson and a James Brown tune betray the musical heritage here. I am really impressed with the releases from Desco records, recently Lee Fields and now this--damn! Play all tracks repeatedly, my favorites (in order of dopeness) are: 1, 4, 5, 2, 11, 10, 3, 6, etc|
1 (3:48) Awesome Boogaloo!! Starts with a great drum break, then the party lyrics and funky guitar and Hammond kick in.
2 (3:32) Rolling bluesy boogaloo. Organ solos, then jams with sax
3 (4:53) Down-tempo but still rockin', interplay of organ/sax/guitar
4 (4:01) Up-tempo Lou Donaldson tune. Another song with a kick ass drum break.
5 (3:16) Slower, tangy with gutar and flute chillin' on a zesty bed of Hammond.
6 (4:53) Up-tempo soul jazz, solos from sax and organ.
7 (3:41) Mid-tempo, features guitar
|1.||Soul Donkey||6.||Double Back|
|2.||Chicken Half||7.||Pull My Cart|
|3.||Baby I Love You||8.||Mulin' Around|
|4.||Turtle Walk||9.||Saddle for Two|
|5.||Daisy Rides Again||10.||Out a Sight|
|11.||So Long Donkey|