Mel Brown

chicken fat

New or used : reissue used
Format : LP Gatefold
Grading Cover / Record : EX / VG++
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Catalog No / Pressing country : A.9152 - USA

Guitarist Mel Brown's 1967 Impulse! debut is possibly the funkiest and most unique album ever released on the label. Brown's clean blues picking style -honed while playing in John Lee Hooker's and T-Bone Walker's bands- marinates funkily with the swinging soul-jazz organ of Gerald Wiggins. The title track and the simmering lament of “I'm Goin' to Jackson” standout.
US reissue from 1972 (red/black labels). Vinyl looks unplayed, just has a (pressing?) default on side B producing some surface noise, at B
especially. Still a solid copy!!

A1 Chicken Fat
A2 Greasy Spoon
A3 Home James
A4 Anacrusis
B1 Hobo Flats
B2 Shanty
B3 Sad But True
B4 I'm Goin' To Jackson
B5 Slalom

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