Monday, May 23, 2011

Ramon Morris - Sweet Sister Funk (1973)

Artist: Ramon Morris
Title Of Album: Sweet Sister Funk
Year Of Release: 1973
Label: P-Vine Records
Genre: Jazz-Funk
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps I 44.1 Khz I Joint Stereo
Total Time: 00:37:58
Total Size: 81 mb


01 - First Come, First Serve
02 – Wijinia
03 - Sweet Sister Funk
04 – Sweat
05 - Don't Ask Me
06 - Lord Sideways
07 - People Make The World Go Around

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Ramon Morris (ts),
Albert Daily (el-p),
Mickey Bass (b),
Granville "Mickey" Roker (dr),
Cecil Bridgewater (tp),
Lloyd Davis (g),
Tony Waters (congas)

Ramon Morris' lone Groove Merchant date remains one of the most potent fusion records of its time. An uncommonly soulful and nimble tenorman, Morris proves ideally matched to the jazz-funk idiom, and Sweet Sister Funk achieves a near-perfect balance between its mainstream and experimental leanings, forging a series of fierce grooves as imaginative as they are accessible. Recorded with a crack supporting unit including trumpeter Cecil Bridgewater and percussionist Tony Waters, the album radiates with positive energy -- it's a genuine shame Morris never again recorded as a leader, because the mind reels at the possibilities his muse might have pursued.


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