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Sweet Lou

Lou Donaldson

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1
You're Welcome, Stop On By
Lou Donaldson
3:57
2
Lost Love
Lou Donaldson
5:49
3
Hip Trip
Lou Donaldson
6:30
4
If You Can't Handle It, Give It To Me
Lou Donaldson
3:55
5
Love Eyes
Lou Donaldson
3:59
6
Peepin'
Lou Donaldson
6:13
7
Herman's Mambo
Lou Donaldson
4:40
Total Playing Time    35:03
Lou Donaldson's Sweet Lou marked the end of the saxophonist's long and fruitful association with Blue Note. Released in 1974, the recording is a big band session that includes electric guitars, an electric bass, drums and percussion as well as electronic keyboards and synthesizers played by arranger and conductor Horace Ott. Most significantly, Donaldson plays a Varitone saxophone, a sax with a pickup and electronics unit that allowed him to alter his sound and introduce various effects. Some of this material shows a Stevie Wonder influence, most apparent in the keyboard arrangements.
192 kHz / 24-bit & 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM - Blue Note Records Studio Masters

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