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Chi-Congo

Label: Fuel 2000 Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Chi-Congo; Enlorfe, Pt. 1; Enlorfe, Pt. 2; Hippatripp.

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Art Ensemble of Chicago: Chi-Congo

Read "Chi-Congo" reviewed by Rex  Butters


The reissue of Chi-Congo fills a very big hole in the active Art Ensemble discography. Since the mid-1970 recording, these sessions have seen light on at least five other labels in different formats. Released between Certain Blacks and Live on Affinity, Chi-Congo introduces Famoudou Don Moye as the group's permanent percussionist. “We moved towards the direction ...

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This is Eric Dolphy

Label: Fuel 2000 Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: DISC 1: IRON MAN: 1. Iron Man, 2. Mandrake, 3. Come Sunday, 4. Burning Spear, 5. Ode To Charlie Parker

DISC 2: CONVERSATIONS: 1. Jitterbug Waltz, 2. Music Matador, 3. Love Me, 4. Alone Together

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Eric Dolphy: This is Eric Dolphy

Read "This is Eric Dolphy" reviewed by Michael Davis


This oft-reissued set still makes an ideal stocking-stuffer for several reasons beyond Eric Dolphy's continuing iconic stature. First off is its amazing diversity, a batch of material ranging from formative, definitive free-bop ensemble performances to free duets with then—emerging bass giant Richard Davis. Actually, many of these musicians, including Bobby Hutcherson, Woody Shaw and Sonny Simmons, ...

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Living With The Past

Label: Fuel 2000 Records
Released: 2002
Track listing: 1.Intro 2.My Sunday Feeling 3.Roots To Branches 4.Jack In The Green 5.The Habanero Reel 6.Sweet Dream 7.In The Grip Of Stronger Stuff 8.Aqualung 9.Locomotive Breath 10.Living In The Past 11.Protect & Serve 12.Nothing Is Easy 13.Wond

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Jethro Tull: Living With The Past

Read "Living With The Past" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


The title of this 2002 release might denote a mildly satirical inference to the band’s early 70’s outing titled, “Living In The Past.” Here, Ian Anderson and co. delves into the vast Tull songbook for these live performances, spanning 1989 thru 2001, whereas the bulk of the material might ring like a “best of” collection.

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The Essential Otis Rush: Classic Cobra Recordings 1956-1958

Label: Fuel 2000 Records
Released: 2000
Track listing: I Can't Quit You Baby; Sit Down Baby; Violent Love; My Love Will Never Die; Groaning the Blues; If You Were Mine; Love That Woman; Jump Sister Bessie; Three Times a Fool; She's a Good 'Un; It Takes Time; Checking on My Baby; Double Trouble; Keep on Loving Me Baby; All Your Love (I Miss Loving); My Baby Is a Good 'Un; I Can't Quit You Baby ["Take 3"]; Little Red Rooster; Groaning the Blues ["Take 3"]; My Love Will Never Die ["Take Unknown"]; She's a Good 'Un ["Take 4"]; Three Times a Fool ["Take Unknown"]; Double Trouble ["Take 3"]; Sit Down Baby ["Take Unknown"]

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Otis Rush: The Essential Otis Rush: Classic Cobra Recordings 1956-1958

Read "The Essential Otis Rush: Classic Cobra Recordings 1956-1958" reviewed by Ed Kopp


Aerosmith, Led Zeppelin, the J. Geils Band, Fleetwood Mac, Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughan -- these are just some of the popular artists who have covered Otis Rush 's songs. Yet Rush himself is barely known outside the blues world, even after garnering a Grammy for his 1998 album Any Place I'm Going. As The Essential ...


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