℗ 1964 Atlantic Records
 

The Word from Mose

Mose Allison

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1.1
Foolkiller
Mose Allison
2:26
1.2
One of These Days
Mose Allison
3:02
1.3
Look Here
Mose Allison
2:12
1.4
Days Like This
Mose Allison
2:51
1.5
Your Red Wagon
Mose Allison
2:16
1.6
Wild Man
Mose Allison
1:58
1.7
Rollin' Stone
Mose Allison
2:58
1.8
New Parchman
Mose Allison
3:04
1.9
Don't Forget to Smile
Mose Allison
2:30
1.10
I'm Not Talking
Mose Allison
2:31
1.11
Lost Mind
Mose Allison
4:08
Total Playing Time    29:56
In 1964, Mose Allison released his third album for Atlantic Records, but many would argue that it was the first truly classic album he produced for the label. That’s not to say that 1962’s I Don't Worry About A Thing or 1963’s Swingin' Machine weren’t any great shakes – the former is fantastic, and the latter is still pretty darned good – but there’s a pretty solid consensus from jazz critics that The Word from Mose is one of the best albums Allison ever released. The album has been listed as one of the "core collection" albums for jazz fans by the Penguin Guide to Jazz.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino Atlantic Studio Masters

Tracks 1-11 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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