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Jazz: Hammond Organ Blues: Jazzy Blues Moods: Featuring Saxophone
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Steppin' Up

by Dennis Taylor

Jazz Organ Trio - w/special guest vocal Delbert McClinton
Genre: Jazz: Hammond Organ
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1. Lee's Lick
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2. Cafe Regio's
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3. I Walk On Gilded Splinters
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4. Since I Fell For You
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5. Hallelujah I Love Her So
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6. Lady Day
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7. Stepping Up
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8. The Gospel Truth
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9. And I Love Her
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10. The River's Invitation
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11. Here's the Deal
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12. Josephine
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13. Special K
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14. Back At the Teddy Bear Lounge
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Shelton Clark

Tenor Sax Master
Fans of tenor giants like Ben Webster, Sonny Rollins and Lee Allen will find a kindred soul in Dennis Taylor, whose work incorporated all those players and yet sounded so fresh and contemporary. Like Webster, Taylor could move from gritty blues to romantic balladry. Like Allen, he came to New Orleans and embraced that city's rich musical traditions. His playing perfectly complements Delbert McClinton's voice on "Since I Fell for You," the CD's lone vocal track. Though he left us too soon, Taylor helped bring the sounds of the greats into the 21st century, and this CD proves that listeners will be all the richer for it.