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While on active military duty, Rainey learned rhythm guitar and began playing professionally with local bands. His lack of improvisational skills on guitar led him to pick up the bass, and soon Rainey found himself working steadily as a studio bassist in New York City, recording or touring with many of the greatest acts of that time. In 1972, he released his first solo album The Chuck Rainey Coalition on Skye Records. The coalition consists of notable session musicians Richard Tee, Warren Smith, Specs Powell, Eric Gale, Bernard Purdie, Herb Lovelle, Cornell Dupree and Billy Butler. 1978: Jiro Inagaki & Chuck Rainey Rhythm Section – Blockbuster. 1978: Leo Sayer – Leo Sayer. 1978: Frankie Valli– Valli is the Word.
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Album's title: Blockbuster. 1361 downloads at 25 mb/s. Jiro Inagaki - Blockbuster FLAC version. 1705 downloads at 22 mb/s. Chorus – Singers Three. Co-producer – Hiroshi Takao.
Charles Walter "Chuck" Rainey III (born June 17, 1940 in Cleveland, Ohio, United States) is an American bassist who has played with many well-known acts, including Donald Byrd, Steely Dan, Quincy Jones, Aretha Franklin, The Rascals, Frankie Valli, and Joe Walsh. YouTube Encyclopedic.
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After Shefield Lab created D2D many others jumped on board. This is one of the better Japanese D2D recordings. Blockbuster is a first rate demo album. It is very well mastered and there is minimal elctronics hiss, although you can hear the faders being brought up at the beginning to a couple of tracks. There is very little to criticize on this album, yes the vocal track on side 2 is a little less than stellar and I would have liked the electric bass to dig a little deeper with the kick drum having a little more slam, but that is about it.
|A2||Theme From "Starsky & Hutch"|
|B2||If Ever I See You Again|
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