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Whale City

by Dry Jack

Brothers Chuck and Rich Lamb (keyboards and bass, respectively) and their New York-based jazz-fusion ensemble on their second release for Inner City Records.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Hammerhead
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6:14 album only
2. Heads in the Cloud
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6:41 album only
3. Neener Nawner (Part One)
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3:23 album only
4. Neener Nawner (Part Two)
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4:02 album only
5. Wimpy Thing
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4:46 album only
6. Butch and Bruce Go Under the Sea
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5:25 album only
7. Whale City
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13:21 album only


Album Notes
Dry Jack was a jazz/fusion band of the late 70s and early 80s and had two records on the Inner City label. This is the second, featuring the classic lineup of Chuck Lamb (piano/Fender Rhodes/Mini-Moog/clavinet), brother Rich Lamb (electric bass), Rod Fleeman (electric guitar) and Jon Margolis (drums, percussion). The band played with and opened for the likes of jazz guitar legend Pat Metheny, The Dixie Dreggs, Gino Vinelli, Eddie Jefferson, Freddie Hubbard and McCoy Tyner. Enjoy this classic Inner City album, originally released in 1979.


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Mark Clayton

A Great Group!
I've loved this album ever since I bought the LP in the late 1970's. Great compositions, especially tracks 6 and 7. Excellent musicianship. Compares well with Chick Corea, Jean Luc Ponty, and other jazz fusion luminaries. I'm so glad this is finally available on a CD. Thanks Dry Jack!