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Category Archives: Earl Grant
Raphy strikes again with his 1st contribution for 2010 and remind us the wonderful Earl Grant. Those of us who can remember seeing his performances before his untimely death in an auto accident in 1970, at the peak of his career, remember him as one of the most outstanding jazz-pop-soul organists, a master of the power, many voices, and subtlety of the Hammond B-3 organ, as well as an accomplished vocalist and dancer. This is a @320 vinyl rip of the original Decca Records LP, supplied by Raphy. Rip is perfect as usual but he couldn’t scan his own vinyl covers and thanks to Mr.Moo we found them through ebay. Tracks A1 A Brand New Me 2.10 A2Elizabethan Reggae 2.35 A3 My Cherie Amour 2.22 A4 Steady 2.15 A5 Oh Happy Day 3.46 B1 Looking Back2.52 B2 Model “A” Reggae 2.22 B3 Walk a Mile in My Shoes 3.24 B4 Grant’s …