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Light-Foot

Lou Donaldson

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Light-Foot
Lou Donaldson
5:33
2
Hog Maw
Lou Donaldson
6:20
3
Mary Ann
Lou Donaldson
6:43
4
Green Eyes
Lou Donaldson
5:20
5
Walkin' By The River
Lou Donaldson
5:36
6
Day Dreams
Lou Donaldson
4:58
7
Stella By Starlight
Lou Donaldson
5:50
Total Playing Time    40:20
"Pianist Herman Foster is a mainstay on these dates and he shares a strong affinity with our leading man ..."
- All About Jazz

Lou Donaldson has long been an excellent bop altoist influenced by Charlie Parker, but with a more blues-based style of his own. His distinctive tone has been heard in a variety of small group settings, and he has recorded dozens of worthy and spirited sets throughout the years. His bluesy style was easily transferable to soul-jazz, and he sounded most original in that context. Light-foot, released in 1959, features Herman Foster on piano, Peck Morrison on bass, Jimmy Wormsworth on drums and Ray Barretto on congas.
192 kHz / 24-bit & 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM - Blue Note Records Studio Masters

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