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Yeah Yeah Yeah - Eddie Harris - Mean Greens


1966
Label: Atlantic - 1453 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Soul-Jazz, Latin Jazz
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This two-fer combines two LPs from the period. The In Sound is among tenor saxophonist Eddie Harris ' most significant recordings, highlighted by the original Yeah Yeah Yeah - Eddie Harris - Mean Greens of his "Freedom Jazz Dance," and including a memorable rendition of "The Shadow of Your Smile," three standards and a blues.

Harris is assisted by an all-star rhythm section pianist Cedar Waltonbassist Ron Carterand drummer Billy Higgins and, on three selections, trumpeter Ray Codrington. The lesser-known Mean Greens Mirror On The Wall - Lorenzo Perrotta - Mirror On The Wall (File) comprised entirely of originals except for Harris ' high-note treatment of "It Was a Very Good Year" utilizes the same personnel on the first four numbers and is just as exciting, with the calypso "Yeah Yeah Yeah" being a high point.

The final three performances are more unusual, for Harris switches to electric piano and jams with a Latin rhythm section; included is the original and somewhat obscure recording of "Listen Here" which pre-dates his hit version by over a year.

Overall, a well-rounded and highly recommended set. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully. Blues Classical Country. Electronic Folk International. Jazz Latin New Age. Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip.

Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Genre Jazz. Recording Date September, - June 7, Track Listing. The Shadow of Your Smile. Eddie Harris. Born to Be Blue. Love for Sale. Cole Porter. Cryin' Blues. Freedom Jazz Dance. Mean Greens. It Was a Very Good Year. Ervin Drake. Without You. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Listen Here. Blues in the Basement. Goin' Home. Love for Sale Cole Porter. Cryin' Blues Eddie Harris. Freedom Jazz Dance Eddie Harris. Mean Greens Eddie Harris.

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  1. As if to ease the transition for older listeners, Mean Greens includes some relatively straightforward tracks in the mold of Harris’ older work. “It Was A Very Good Year” echoes Harris’ hit “Exodus,” while “Without You” is one of his most moving wistful ballads. However, the best songs push the ladoramoonshaperarashakar.infoinfoed on: January 01,
  2. Jul 26,  · Eddie Harris The In Sound is an album by American jazz saxophonist Eddie Harris recorded in and released on the Atlantic label. The album features Harris' first recording of "Freedom Jazz Dance" which would become a jazz standard after featuring on Miles Davis' album Miles Smiles.5/5(1).
  3. Mean Greens Composed By – Eddie Harris: A2: It Was A Very Good Year Composed By – Ervin Drake: A3: Without You Composed By – Eddie Harris: A4: Yeah Yeah Yeah Composed By – Eddie Harris: B1: Listen Here Composed By – Eddie Harris: B2: Blues In The Basement Composed By – Eddie Harris: B3: Goin' Home Composed By – Eddie .
  4. The lesser-known Mean Greens set (comprised entirely of originals except for Harris' high-note treatment of "It Was a Very Good Year") utilizes the same personnel on the first four numbers and is just as exciting, with the calypso "Yeah Yeah Yeah" being a high point.9/
  5. On Mean Greens, this skill is evidenced in Harris' flawless evocation of Sonny Rollins, on the Rollins-esque calypso "Yeah Yeah Yeah." The three blues-based grooves, with the double-keyboard attack of organist Phillips and Harris ' Fender Rhodes, have a fresh, distinctive, flavor, as Phillips ' B-3 and the leader's electric piano weave together some savory funk and blues.6/
  6. The Allmusic review states "Eddie Harris' trademark chops and versatility are well showcased on this respectable follow up to Harris' excellent Atlantic debut, The In Sound. Mean Greens doesn't have a signature piece, like The In Sound's "Freedom Jazz Dance," but the program of mostly Harris originals is a satisfying set based around two groups".Genre: Jazz.
  7. On Mean Greens, this skill is evidenced in Harris' flawless evocation of Sonny Rollins, on the Rollins-esque calypso "Yeah Yeah Yeah." The three blues-based grooves, with the double-keyboard attack of organist Phillips and Harris' Fender Rhodes, have a fresh, distinctive, flavor, as Phillips' B-3 and the leader's electric piano weave together some savory funk and blues. ~ .

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