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Sassy Soul Strut

Lou Donaldson

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1
Sanford And Son Theme
Lou Donaldson
7:02
2
Pillow Talk
Lou Donaldson; Horace OTT
3:51
3
Sassy Soul Strut
Lou Donaldson
4:37
4
Good Morning Heartache
Lou Donaldson
2:33
5
City, Country, City
Lou Donaldson
9:08
6
This Is Happiness
Lou Donaldson
5:20
7
Inner Space
Lou Donaldson
6:52
Total Playing Time    39:23
Lou Donaldson's Sassy Soul Strut, released in 1973, is a big band session that includes electric guitars, electric pianos and an electric bass, as well as drums, percussion and an organ. 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. Includes a cover of the theme song from the 1970s television show Sanford And Son, composed by Quincy Jones.
192 kHz / 24-bit & 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM - Blue Note Records Studio Masters

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