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The Jimmy Castor Bunch feat. The Everything Man - E-Man Groovin' 1976 (2009)

15-03-2015, 15:19
Music | Soul | Funk | FLAC / APE

The Jimmy Castor Bunch feat. The Everything Man - E-Man Groovin' 1976 (2009)

Artist: The Jimmy Castor Bunch feat. The Everything Man
Title Of Album: E-Man Groovin'
Year Of Release: 1976 (2009)
Label: Atlantic/Rhino
Genre: Funk, Soul
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 35:16
Total Size: 235 MB

Review by Andrew Hamilton:
The Jimmy Castor Bunch scored with a few novelty hits and sought to continue the trend with this well-rounded LP, but the trend had passed and this good production failed to reach its projected sales. The novelty special on this one, "Dracula," isn't up to the standards of past nonsensical efforts like "Leroy! Your Mama's Calling." This is unfortunate because the other jams, particularly the ballads and midtempo numbers, are marvelous executions of funk/jazz. A remake of the Spinners' "I Don't Want to Lose You" features a crying sax and emotive vocals; the midtempo numbers -- "Space Age," "Mellow Groove," and "Everything Is Beautiful" -- are creditable and instantly likable. Groovy stuff.


01. E-Man Groovin' (5:02)
02. Space Age (3:21)
03. I Love a Mellow Groove (3:21)
04. Dracula Pt. I (5:17)
05. Everything Is Beautiful to Me (4:23)
06. Super Love (3:17)
07. I Don't Want to Lose You (5:53)
08. Dracula Pt. II (4:42)

Jimmy Castor - tenor saxophone, alto saxophone, timbales, vocals, background vocals
Gerry Thomas - keyboards
Jeffrey Grimes - guitar
Paul Forney - bass
Lenny Fridie, Jr - congas
Ellwood Henderson, Jr - drums

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