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Eddie Russ - Fresh Out (1974) [Reissue 1992]

11-05-2015, 12:14
Music | Jazz | Soul | Funk

Eddie Russ - Fresh Out (1974) [Reissue 1992]

Artist: Eddie Russ
Title Of Album: Fresh Out
Year Of Release: 1992 [1974]
Label (Catalog#): Soul Jazz Records [SJCD 0004]
Genre: Soul-Jazz, Jazz-Funk
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: CBR 320 kbps
Time: 42:59 min
Full Size: 104 mb

Eddie Russ’s debut album Fresh Out was recorded in Detroit in 1974. The album featured the group The Mixed Bag, which Russ put together in 1972 from members of the local Detroit jazz community, where he had made his base. Fresh Out, originally released on the independent Jazz Masters label, also later became the debut release for Soul Jazz Records when they released the album in 1992 (20 years ago!).

Soul Jazz Records/Universal Sound are now reissuing this classic dance jazz album digitally remastered and cased in bespoke original artwork exact reproduction on hardboard Jap-style box case CD and a very limited (1000 worldwide) heavyweight US-made heavy board and 180 gram vinyl edition

In his long and distinguished career, the legendary Pittsburgh-born keyboardist Russ played with a stunning array of legendary jazz musicians that included Dee Dee Bridgewater, Dizzy Gillespie, Stan Getz, Roland Kirk, Sonny Stitt, Sarah Vaughan, Hank Mobley, Cal Tjader, among many others.


1 The Lope Song 6:39
2 All But Blind 10:08
3 Shamading 5:04
4 Hill Where The Lord Hides 6:36
5 You Are The Sunshine Of My Life 8:28
6 Watergate Blues 6:00

Bass – Larry Rhodes, Ron Brooks
Drums – Danny Spencer
Drums, Congas, Percussion – Calvin Welch
Engineer – Greg Reilly
Flute, Saxophone [Soprano] – Larry Nozero
Guitar – Jerry Glassel, Melvin Clark
Horns – Dan Yessian Jazz Horns
Piano [Electric], Arranged By – Eddie Russ
Producer – Bob Crawford
Strings [String Ensemble] – Greg Miller
Trombone, Arranged By – Dave Sporny

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