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Album · 1971

Filed under Fusion
By HERBIE MANN

Tracklist

A1 Push Push 9:55
A2 What's Going On 4:12
A3 Spirit In The Dark 9:25
B1 Man's Hope 6:54
B2 If 4:29
B3 Never Can Say Goodbye 3:32
B4 What'd I Say 4:55

Total Time: 48:57

Line-up/Musicians

Bass – Chuck Rainey (tracks: A1, A2, B3), Donald "Duck" Dunn (tracks: B1, B2), Jerry Jemmott (tracks: A3, B4)
Drums – Al Jackson, Jr. (tracks: B1, B2), Bernard Purdie (tracks: A1 to A3, B3, B4)
Electric Piano – Richard Tee
Flute – Herbie Mann
Flute [Alto] – Herbie Mann (tracks: A1, A2, B1 to B3)
Guitar – Cornell Dupree (tracks: A1, A2, B3), David Spinoza (tracks: A3, B1, B2, B4), Duane Allman
Harp – Gene Bianca (tracks: A1, B3)
Organ – Richard Tee (tracks: A1, A2, B3)
Percussion – Ralph McDonald
Piano – Richard Tee (tracks: A1, A2, B1 to B3)

About this release

Embryo Records ‎– SD 532 (US)

Recorded At – Atlantic Studios

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Sean Trane
Probably Herbie’s rockiest release, with the late great Duane Allman’s guitars splattered all over the album, this is the ideal entry point to rockheads to enter the jazzy realm. Indeed the album is even more jazz-rock than his more experimental Stone Flute album. Some might have a problem with the artwork, but please disregard it as a era-infection, because in no way is this representative of the album’s musical content, which is a steaming jazz-rock, that often borders on the irresistible.

Indeed the album opens of the fantastic 10-mins+ title track and is soon followed (after a shorter and cooler interlude of What’s Going On) by the 9-mins+ Sprits in The Dark, both lengthy instrumentals where Duane’s guitars roars along with Herbie’s flute and Tee’s Rhodes. Fantastic stuff. The flipside is made of shorter tracks (where DWayne is NOT there ;o)))) that are still going from enthralling to calmer stuff, but there are no weaker spots either.

If you’re coming from the rock realm, no doubt this is the album to start with. Sometimes stunning, often enthralling, this album is a must-have

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