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King Curtis - The Blues Don't Care (2015)

12-05-2015, 00:49
Music | Jazz

King Curtis - The Blues Don't Care (2015)

Artist: King Curtis
Title Of Album: The Blues Don't Care
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Jazz: Saxophone Jazz, Blues Jazz, Soul Jazz
Label: Nagel Heyer Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 77:55
Total Size: 181 MB
Covers: Front

01. Ain't Nobody's Business (3:04)
02. Soul Street (9:06)
03. I Have To Worry (2:40)
04. Jivin' Time (4:48)
05. Fever (2:40)
06. Lazy Soul (7:12)
07. Night Train (2:56)
08. Trouble In Mind (2:57)
09. Tuxedo Junction (2:56)
10. Soul Meeting (6:57)
11. Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out (3:22)
12. So Rare (2:32)
13. Blues At The Five Spot (5:39)
14. All The Way (5:28)
15. Lean Baby (2:57)
16. Jeep's Blues (6:54)
17. Woke Up In The Morning (2:49)
18. Sweet And Lovely (2:51)

Curtis Ousley (February 7, 1934 – August 13, 1971), who performed under the name King Curtis, was an American tenor, alto, and soprano saxophonist who played rhythm and blues, soul, rock, and soul jazz.

Curtis was born in Fort Worth, Texas. During the 1950s and early to mid 1960s he both worked as a session player on such records as Yakety Yak and recorded his own singles. His best known singles from this period are “Soul Twist” (Enjoy) and “Soul Serenade” (Capitol). In 1965 he moved to Atlantic Records, where his most successful singles were “Memphis Soul Stew” and “Ode to Billie Joe. ” He led Aretha Franklin’s backup band, The Kingpins, and produced records, at first with Jerry Wexler and then by himself.

Curtis guested on John Lennon’s Imagine and was capable of attracting the best session musicians to put in appearances for his own albums, including Eric Clapton, guitarist Duane Allman on Instant Groove, and organist Billy Preston and drummer Bernard Purdie on Live At Fillmore West.

On Saturday August 13 1971 he was stabbed outside his apartment and pronounced dead upon arrival at hospital.

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tamoanchan   User offline   12 May 2015 01:46

No lo conocía,es bueno,gracias...un saludo

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ogutierrez   User offline   12 May 2015 05:31

Thank you v. m.

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