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Buddy Tate's Orchestra - Heart Breakin' Bark / Rock With Me Mamma download mp3 album

Buddy Tate's Orchestra - Heart Breakin' Bark / Rock With Me Mamma download mp3 album
Performer:
Buddy Tate's Orchestra
Album:
Heart Breakin' Bark / Rock With Me Mamma
Released:
1950
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1815 mb
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1682 mb
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1718 mb
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The first session also features Tate (hence the CD's title), along Emmett Berry on trumpet, Wendell Marshall on bass and Osie Johnson on drums, while the second date features Clark Terry on trumpet, Tommy Flanagan on piano, Larry Gales on bass and Art Taylor on drums. Considering the number of former big-band players gathered here, there is no surprise that these records are totally swinging affairs, yet there is still time for a more modern push, especially with the Flanagan rhythm trio leading the way on the latter record.

Rock Me Baby" is a blues standard that has become one of the most recorded blues songs of all time. It originated as "Rockin' and Rollin'", a 1951 song by Lil' Son Jackson, itself inspired by earlier blues. Renditions by Muddy Waters and . King made the song well-known. King's recording of "Rock Me Baby" was released in 1964, it became his first single to reach the Top 40 in Billboard magazine's Hot 100 chart.

Tracklist

A Heart Breakin' Bark
B Rock With The Mamma

Credits

  • Bass – Milt Orent
  • Drums – Jack Bennis
  • Guitar – Everett Barksdale
  • Piano – Luther Henderson
  • Tenor Saxophone – George "Buddy" Tate*
  • Trombone – Tyree Glenn
  • Written-By – Buddy Tate, Eddie Banks