Love Is My Life - Jimmy McGriff - Red Beans (CD, Album)

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  1. Tojalabar

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    Mar 12,  · Jimmy McGriff - Hammond organ, Hank Crawford - alto sax, Bob DeVos - guitar, Jimmie Smith - drums. San Diego, CA
  2. Kagazilkree

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Red Beans on Discogs. Label: Groove Merchant - GM,Unidisc - GM • Series: Timeless Recordings (2) • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: Canada • Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul • Style: Jazz-Funk.
  3. Sajora

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    About Love My Life "Love My Life" is a song by British singer-songwriter Robbie Williams, released as the second single from his eleventh studio album Heavy Entertainment Show (). The single was released in the United Kingdom on 20 October The .
  4. Tacage

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    An unusual double-length album for Jimmy McGriff – released during his funkier years at the Groove Merchant label, but with a gritty sort of sound that takes us back to his first few records on Sue in the 60s! The "blues" in the title is definitely well-chosen – as the tracks here are long, lean, and drawn out – blues-drenched soul jazz played by a small combo that includes Larry Frazier.
  5. Shakazil

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    An unusual double-length album for Jimmy McGriff – released during his funkier years at the Groove Merchant label, but with a gritty sort of sound that takes us back to his first few records on Sue in the 60s! The "blues" in the title is definitely well-chosen – as the tracks here are long, lean, and drawn out – blues-drenched soul jazz.
  6. Samushura

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    Jimmy McGriff picks up a few more keyboards than straight Hammond organ – but that's ok with us, given the great results of the set! The album's got McGriff working on electric piano and clavinet alongside the organ – plus supporting arrangements from Brad Baker, in that fuller, Kudu-styled approach to jazz funk that Groove Merchant used strongly in the mid 70s – a slightly smoother Brand: Groove Merchant/Ultra Vybe (Japan) (Label).
  7. Doujin

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    An unusual little album for Jimmy McGriff – released during his funkier years at the Groove Merchant label, but with a gritty sort of sound that takes us back to his first few records on Sue in the 60s! The "blues" in the title is definitely well-chosen – as the tracks here are long, lean, and drawn out – blues-drenched soul jazz played.
  8. Dourg

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    Check out Red Beans by Jimmy McGriff, Eddie Daniels, Joe Thomas on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on unatitlecnoda.oserarxabugaxymaputenredea.infoinfo5/5(2).

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