Denis Bryant / Jimmy Webb - Soul Man / The Elephant Hunt mp3 flac download
|Genre:||Jazz / Funk|
|Title:||Soul Man / The Elephant Hunt|
|Style:||Soul, Funk, Easy Listening|
|Date of release:||2007|
|MP3 album size:||1810 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1810 mb|
|Digital formats:||MMF AU XM MPC MP2 WAV AC3|
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jimmy webb - the elephant hunt.
Soul Man’ is a version of the Sam & Dave classic, with hard drums and a recognizable breakdown. The Elephant Hunt’ is taken from a soundtrack, once released on Playboy Records.
The Naked Ape. Playboy 1973. Producer: Zev Buffman. Main genre: Soundtrack. Tags: Rock, Funk, Soundtrack. Was sampled in 1 song.
Jimmy Webb is responsible for writing numerous popular and Top 10 hits sung by a disparate group of artists, including Glen Campbell ("Galveston"); Art Garfunkel ("All I Know"); Donna Summer and many others. Webb's father was a Baptist minister and a former Marine. His mother died when he was a teenager.
A night with Jimmy at the keys is not unlike getting to hear George Gershwin or Cole Porter live. It’s hard to believe one guy could have written all these amazing song. f you get a chance to see him live, grab it. People ask why nobody writes songs like they used to. Fortunately for us all, Jimmy Webb still does. The cake and the rain.
Find out more about the artist and the album. gr A Funk, Soul, Jazz & R&B digital record collection. Del Jones’ Positive Vibes were a Philadelphia band that released two versions of the same album – both self-released on Hikeka Records in 1973. The story apparently goes Del Jones’ brother worked for a major record label and told Del that the original album wasn’t commercial enough so he took the original tapes to Electric Lady Studios in NYC and had horns laid over the original tracks. While the anger is surprisingly subdued, these guys obviously know the down and dirty life of which they sing. Despite all of the lyrics about drugs and being put down by the man, there’s an essentially positive message here. A few of the songs stretch out into long jams that build in intensity and really stand up well to multiple listens. There’s a lack of real singing here, with most of the stories being told in a kind of matter-of-fact sing-speak, and the few times real melodies break out make you wish there were more. Nonetheless, this is a killer LP: powerful, memorable, uncompromising.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||–Denis Bryant*||Soul Man
Written-By – D. Porter*, I. Hayes*
|B||–Jimmy Webb||The Elephant Hunt
Written-By – J. Webb*