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Wednesday, September 5, 2012

The Bruce Katz Band 1997 Mississippi Moan

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:56:44
Size: 129,83 MB

United States

review by Scott Yanow

The music on this CD is comprised mostly of instrumentals, with Bruce Katz sticking primarily to piano, performing just a few numbers on the organ, the instrument for which he is best known. Katz's style ranges from Albert Ammons and Jimmy Smith to the flash of Jerry Lee Lewis. The selections include straight blues, a few stomps, some solo boogie-woogie, a couple of more advanced jazz tunes, and vocals by Mighty Sam McClain on "Hanging on the Cross" and "I'm Gonna Love You." Due to its variety and strong jazz content, this release (which also features guitarist Julien Kasper and Tom Hall on tenor and baritone) is easily recommended to both blues and jazz collectors.


01 - Hep-Ology 04:32

02 - Night Of Joy 03:58

03 - Hanging On The Cross (Between Heaven And The Blues) 05:42

04 - Norton's Boogie 03:52

05 - Mississippi Moan 05:46

06 - In The Garden (Traditional) 04:06

07 - Elmore's Glue 04:39

08 - Jackalope Bar-B-Q 02:55

09 - The Prowler 06:24

10 - I'm Gonna Love You 04:26

11 - Compared To What 04:19

12 - Praise House 06:05

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