Music Matters (Blue Note)
|Product No.:||AMMJ 4008|
45 RPM Vinyl Record
|No. of Discs:||2|
Edition limited to 2,500 copies 180-gram vinyl, double LP set cut at 45 RPM and pressed at RTI
Remastered by Kevin Gray and Steve Hoffman from the original Rudy Van Gelder Blue Note master tapes!
As pianist, composer and bandleader, Horace Silver put the soul back into jazz. He reinvented the jazz piano, taking it from Bud Powell, infusing jazz with both funk and church music, and writing very catchy songs in that style for his band. Finger Poppin' was Silver's first album with his best and longest-lasting group, a smoking band that was tight, cohesive, funky and very soulful. The quintet with Blue Mitchell and Junior Cook lasted five years and was unbeatable in soul jazz. Finger Poppin' features Silver on eight of his finest compositions. Such tunes as "Cookin' At The Continental," "Come On Home" and "Juicy Lucy," are heard in their original and greatest versions. With his electrifying band, Silver shows what funky jazz really is, making every note bluesy and joyful. No music collection is complete without Finger Poppin'.
Edition limited to 2,500 copies
180-gram vinyl, double LP set cut at 45 RPM and pressed at RTI
|3.||Swingin' the Samba|
|5.||Cookin' at the Continental|
|6.||Come on Home|
|7.||You Happened My Way|