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John Patton - Mosaic Select download album
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Performer: John Patton
Title: Mosaic Select
Year 2003
Genre: Jazz
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John Patton - Mosaic Select download album


The Mosaic Select treatment has deservedly been given to Big John Patton. There are those who argue that Patton's entire catalog should have been the subject of a Mosaic box set proper. There was easily enough material for five, if not six, CDs. There are five albums collected here. Missing are Blue John, his proper second album from 1963 and unreleased until 1986, Let 'Em Roll, and Got a Good Thing Goin', released in 1965 and 1966, and his post-1968 work, Accent on the Blues, Memphis to New York Spirit (unreleased until 1996), and Boogaloo.

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This Mosaic Select set is built upon those three initial John Patton classics and includes two underrated 1968 gems: That Certain Feeling with tenor saxophonist Junior Cook, guitarist Jimmy Ponder and drummer Clifford Jarvis and Understanding with tenor saxophonist Harold Alexander and drummer Hugh Walker. The former is a swinging hard bop session with a decidedly smooth groove, while the latter is a stripped-down, cutting edge date with everyone pushing the boundaries

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Album · 2003 · 37 Songs. Carmell Jones, Bobby Hutcherson, Frank Strazzeri, Jimmy Bond, Frank Butler, Marcus Belgrave, Roy Brewster, Roy Ayers, John Houston, Victor Feldman, George Morrow, Tony Bazley, Bob Whitlock & Lawrence Marable). Carmell Jones & Leo Wright). You Better Believe It!, Moment of Truth (feat.

Tracklist

1-1 The Silver Meter 5:40
1-2 I'll Never Be Free 5:03
1-3 Spiffy Diffy 6:00
1-4 Along Come John 6:02
1-5 Gee Gee 6:02
1-6 Pig Foots 5:44
1-7 The Rock 7:29
1-8 The Way I Feel 8:38
1-9 Jerry 6:45
1-10 Davene 7:25
1-11 Just 3/4 6:51
2-1 Fat Judy 7:40
2-2 Oh Baby 6:17
2-3 Each Time 5:39
2-4 One To Twelve 7:52
2-5 Night Fight 6:35
2-6 Good Juice 6:31
2-7 String Bean 5:42
2-8 I Want To Go Home 8:36
2-9 Early A.M. 7:17
3-1 Dirty Fingers 6:09
3-2 Minor Swing 6:38
3-3 Daddy James 6:47
3-4 Ding Dong 5:34
3-5 Congo Chant 9:11
3-6 Alfie's Theme 4:41
3-7 Soul Man 6:11
3-8 Understanding 6:56
3-9 Chitlins Con Carne 6:36

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – EMI Music Special Markets
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Music Special Markets
  • Copyright (c) – Mosaic Records, L.L.C.
  • Recorded At – Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

Credits

  • Engineer [Recording] – Rudy Van Gelder
  • Producer [Original Sessions] – Alfred Lion (tracks: 1-1 To 2-6), Francis Wolff (tracks: 2-7 To 3-9)
  • Reissue Producer – Michael Cuscuna
  • Transferred By, Mastered By – Ron McMaster

Notes

#1-1 to 1-6
Recorded on April 5, 1963.
Originally issued as John Patton - Along Came John (Blue Note BST 84130)

#1-7 to 1-11
Recorded on June 19, 1964.
Originally issued as 'Big' John Patton* - 'The Way I Feel' (Blue Note BST 84174)

#2-1 to 2-6
Recorded on March 8, 1965.
Originally issued as Big John Patton* - Oh Baby! (Blue Note BST 84192)

#2-7 to 3-3
Recorded March 8, 1968.
Originally issued as John Patton - That Certain Feeling (Blue Note BST 84281)

#3-4 to 3-9
Recorded October 25, 1968.
Originally issued as John Patton - Understanding (Blue Note BST 84306)

Recorded at the Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ.
All selections are stereo.

LIMITED EDITION: 5,000 SETS
Made in the U.S.A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 24358 40722 8
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Description from Mosaic website:"After years as Lloyd Price’s pianist, John Patton emerged in 1962 as an explosive organist who could swing as hard as Jimmy Smith and who had the creative curiosity of Larry Young. He joined Lou Donaldson’s quartet which promptly brought him to the attention of Blue Note Records where he became part of an unbeatable funky rhythm section with guitarist Grant Green and drummer/composer Ben Dixon.Among this rhythm section’s great achievements were Patton’s first three albums as a leader: Along Came John with the tenors of Harold Vick and Fred Jackson, The Way I Feel with Jackson and trumpeter Richard Williams and Oh Baby! with Vick and trumpeter Blue Mitchell. Along Came John is a testament to the infinite variety that creative musicians can extract from the blues form. The music on these albums casts a groove behind which lesser musicians could slide by with cliches. These guys are in it to make a statement!This Mosaic Select set is built upon those three initial John Patton classics and includes two underrated 1968 gems: That Certain Feeling with tenor saxophonist Junior Cook, guitarist Jimmy Ponder and drummer Clifford Jarvis and Understanding with tenor saxophonist Harold Alexander and drummer Hugh Walker. The former is a swinging hard bop session with a decidedly smooth groove, while the latter is a stripped-down, cutting edge date with everyone pushing the boundaries. These albums are understandably obscure; they conform neither to the organ mold nor the direction of Patton’s career up to that point. But they are two of the finest albums by this versatile, ever-growing artist."