воскресенье, 17 февраля 2013 г.

Alex Taylor - Dinnertime 1972 Capricorn Records -CPN-0101

Artist: Alex Taylor
Album: Dinnertime
Label: Capricorn Records
Catalog: CPN-0101
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Released: 1972
Country: US
Genre: Blues Rock, Southern Rock
Total Time: 00:38:15

Alex Taylor's blues throat couldn't be more unlike his singing siblings, James, Kate and Livingston. As faraway from a sensitive singer/songwriter as could be, Taylor gives the blues treatment to classics like Howlin' Wolf's "Who's Been Talkin'" as well as to songs by contemporary writing greats, from Randy Newman ("Let's Burn Down the Cornfield") to Bob Dylan ("From a Buick Six"), as well as by lesser-knowns like Jesse Winchester ("Payday"). With searing guitars and evocative organ at work, the record serves as a sampler of what was going on at Muscle Shoals and Ardent Studios in the early '70s and captures the Memphis soul sound of the era. This is his second recording for Capricorn, remastered and reissued in 1999.
                                                                                                         - Denise Sullivan

   Producer: Johnny Sandlin
   Recording Engineer: Steve Smith/Johnny Sandlin
   Remixing: Johnny Sandlin/Jeff Willens/Richard Rosebrough/Danny Tuberville
   Photography: Barry Feinstein/Tom Wilkes
   Executive Supervisor: Phil Wald

  • Track Listing:

A1. Change Your Sexy Ways (Alex Taylor, Chuck Leavell, Jim Nalls) 7:07 
A2. Let’s Burn Down the Cornfield (Randy Newman) 4:25 
A3. Comin’ Back to You (Scott Boyer) 4:15 
A4. Four Days Gone (Stephen Stills) 3:56 
B1. Payday (Jesse Winchester) 4:53 
B2. Who’s Been Talking? (Howlin’ Wolf) 4:45 
B3. Who Will the Next Fool Be? (Charlie Rich) 4:50 
B4. From a Buick Six (Bob Dylan) 4:54

Alex Taylor – Vocals
Scott Boyer – Guitar, Background vocals
Chuck Leavell – Piano, Keyboards, Vibaphone
Paul Hornsby – Organ, Keyboards
Johnny Sandlin – Bass, Moog Synthesizer
Wayne Perkins – Bass, Guitar, Slide guitar
Background Vocals: Charles Chalmers, Sandra Chalmers, Ginger Holladay,
Mary Holladay, Donna Rhodes, Sandra Rhodes, Temple Riser, Steve Smith
John Hughey – Steel Guitar
Jaimoe – Percussion, Conga, Timbales
Jim Nalls – Guitar
Charlie Hayward – Bass
Bill Stewart – Drums
Roger Hawkins – Percussion, Conga, Tambourine
Lou Mullenix – Percussion, Timbales
Earl Sims – Percussion

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3 комментария:

  1. Hi there, found a lot of great records on your blog. Some I used to own, some I never heard of. I am into swamp funk/southerrn rock stuff. Is there a chance of re-upping this marvellous album? Best regards R-man