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Purdie Good!

Bernard Purdie

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1.1
Cold Sweat
Bernard Purdie
5:42
1.2
Montego Bay
Bernard Purdie
5:40
1.3
Purdie Good
Bernard Purdie
6:32
1.4
Wasteland
Bernard Purdie
6:10
1.5
Everybody's Talkin'
Bernard Purdie
5:14
1.6
You Turn Me On
Bernard Purdie
6:20
Total Playing Time    35:38
In between being one of the most recorded studio drummers of all time (the “Purdie Shuffle” graced everything from Aretha to Steely Dan), Bernard Purdie squeezed in a few sessions of his own. Purdie Good! was recorded early in 1971 by legendary engineer and audio obsessive Rudy Van Gelder at his bespoke studio in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey and has all the quality hallmarks of that esteemed locale. Three Purdie-penned originals are balanced by three covers of hits du jour, utmost among them an absolutely blazing romp through James Brown’s “Cold Sweat.”
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Craft Studio Masters

Tracks 1-6 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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