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is a solid soul-jazz outing that looks to commercial material for the bulk of the set, but doesn't unduly compromise itself in a pop direction. was one of the bluesiest soul-jazz guitarists, and his tart tone shares space here with deep grooves from on organ. The brass, handled by (trumpet) (tenor sax), and (tenor sax), is usually secondary to the guitar-organ riffs. remakes 's and the ' and 's as lengthy instrumentals - commercial choices, to be sure, but executed with relaxed grit. Rounding out the program is a cover and a original. BGP's reissue also includes Sparks' 1972 effort .
Like many soul-jazz musicians, moved into funkier directions as the mid-'70s approached, whether out of pressure from marketing trends, a desire to explore that area, or both. Two of his albums from this era, 1973's and 1975's , were combined into one disc for this CD reissue.
Abattoir Blues / The Lyre of Orpheus is the thirteenth studio album by the Australian alternative rock band Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, released on 20 September 2004 on Mute Records. It is a double album with a total of seventeen songs—nine on Abattoir Blues and eight on The Lyre of Orpheus.
Two Hands, One Mouth: Live in Europe is an album by American rock/pop group Sparks, released in March 2013. It is their first ever live album, and first double CD album. In October 2012, Ron and Russell Mael performed for the first time ever as a duo, with no band. The 18-city European tour titled "Two Hands, One Mouth" began in Lithuania and followed in Latvia, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Germany, Belgium, the UK and Ireland. The final UK concert of the tour was at the sold-out Barbican Centre in London. The tour then took the group to Japan with concerts in Tokyo and Osaka in January 2013. In April 2013, the show was presented for the first time in the US with two performances at the Coachella Festival…