Ron Levy's Wild Kingdom | Greaze Is What's Good

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Greaze Is What's Good

by Ron Levy's Wild Kingdom

It's GreaZy, funky, soulful and delicious featuring a who's who of world class A-rated musicians playing Levy's groovin' grooves. If you love blastin' Hammond B-3 organ, this is for you!
Genre: Jazz: Acid Jazz
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1. Can I Change My Brain
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2. Greaze Is What's Good
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3. One People
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4. Mr. Mr. Blasta from the Past'da
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5. What D'freak
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6. Big Fine Lil' Lass
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7. Whut B Goin' Own
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8. Long Time Ago
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9. Inbetween / the Prince
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10. J-J-Jazz It Up
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11. Gangsta's to Blame
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Album Notes
"A Hammond B-3 organ should be funky, soulful, power packed, dynamic, roof-raising and greaZy. Most of all, the greaZy part. A Hammond should drip with hot licks, and no one knows that better than's Records master blaster Ron Levy. He's studio saavy Svengali of greaZy organ, a guy who knows about grits, gravy, greens and grooves. Long before pork became the 'the new white meat,' Levy was playing fatback organ and taking sizzling solos. His blues credits - sessions with Charles Brown, Roomful of Blues, Ronnie Earl, Champion Jack Dupree, Lowell Fulson, Ann Peebles, Otis Clay, Jimmy McCracklin, and seven years touring & recording with his excellency, B.B. King - are impeccable. After just one listen to "GreaZe is What's Good", you can add 'acid jazz master' and author to Levy's bulging resume. Look for his new 'web-book' "Tales of a Road Dog" on his website (Levtron). It describes these experiences noted above.


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