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Ballads And Blues

Joey DeFrancesco

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Don't be fooled by the title. While Ballads and Blues may sound like a mellow batch of tunes to listen to while strolling in the park, the ever-soulful Joey DeFrancesco has something else in mind. The album takes off with "Get It All," a groovy piece of funk complete with Paul Bollenback's zesty guitar and Byron Landham's balanced backbeat. A steady, rocking groove also defines pieces like "Take the Coltrane" and "Jammin' in the Basement." The latter cut, in particular, emanates a good vibe, perhaps due to the presence of brother John DeFrancesco on guitar and Papa John DeFrancesco on a second B-3. Other guests include Pat Martino and saxophonist Gary Bartz on two tracks each. At least two pieces, "Home on the Range" and "Mama Don't Allow No," suggest that DeFrancesco has been hanging out with genre-bending guitarist Bill Frisell. And while soul-jazz renditions of folk songs may sound like a strange mix, every cut flows together in a lovely mesh of organ, guitar, and drums. DeFrancesco ends the album in a flourish by adding his smooth, rich vocals to "That's All." While his fans probably will not wait for a recommendation to pick up Ballads and Blues, everyone else will find the album a good introduction to organ music for the new millennium.
© Ronnie D. Lankford Jr. /TiVo

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1
Get It All Album Version
00:06:13

Joey DeFrancesco, MainArtist, ComposerLyricist

℗ 2002 Concord Records, Inc.

2
These Are Soulful Days Album Version
00:06:15

Joey DeFrancesco, MainArtist - Pat Martino, MainArtist - Cal Massey, ComposerLyricist

℗ 2002 Concord Records, Inc.

3
Take The Coltrane Album Version
00:06:33

Joey DeFrancesco, MainArtist - Gary Bartz, MainArtist

℗ 2002 Concord Records, Inc.

4
You Don't Know What Love Is Album Version
00:06:36

Joey DeFrancesco, MainArtist - Pat Martino, MainArtist - Gene De Paul, ComposerLyricist - Don Raye, ComposerLyricist

℗ 2002 Concord Records, Inc.

5
Jammin' In The Basement Album Version
00:05:34

Joey DeFrancesco, MainArtist, ComposerLyricist - Papa John, MainArtist - John DeFrancesco, MainArtist

℗ 2002 Concord Records, Inc.

6
Home On The Range Album Version
00:07:40

Traditional, ComposerLyricist - Joey DeFrancesco, Arranger, Work Arranger, MainArtist

℗ 2002 Concord Records, Inc.

7
Ceora Album Version
00:07:23

Lee Morgan, ComposerLyricist - Joey DeFrancesco, MainArtist - Gary Bartz, MainArtist

℗ 2002 Concord Records, Inc.

8
Basin Street Blues Album Version
00:05:17

Spencer Williams, ComposerLyricist - Joey DeFrancesco, MainArtist

℗ 2002 Concord Records, Inc.

9
Mama Don't Allow No Album Version
00:04:02

Unknown, ComposerLyricist - Joey DeFrancesco, MainArtist

℗ 2002 Concord Records, Inc.

10
That's All Album Version
00:05:52

Joey DeFrancesco, MainArtist - ALAN BRANDT, ComposerLyricist - BOB HAYMES, ComposerLyricist

℗ 2002 Concord Records, Inc.

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Don't be fooled by the title. While Ballads and Blues may sound like a mellow batch of tunes to listen to while strolling in the park, the ever-soulful Joey DeFrancesco has something else in mind. The album takes off with "Get It All," a groovy piece of funk complete with Paul Bollenback's zesty guitar and Byron Landham's balanced backbeat. A steady, rocking groove also defines pieces like "Take the Coltrane" and "Jammin' in the Basement." The latter cut, in particular, emanates a good vibe, perhaps due to the presence of brother John DeFrancesco on guitar and Papa John DeFrancesco on a second B-3. Other guests include Pat Martino and saxophonist Gary Bartz on two tracks each. At least two pieces, "Home on the Range" and "Mama Don't Allow No," suggest that DeFrancesco has been hanging out with genre-bending guitarist Bill Frisell. And while soul-jazz renditions of folk songs may sound like a strange mix, every cut flows together in a lovely mesh of organ, guitar, and drums. DeFrancesco ends the album in a flourish by adding his smooth, rich vocals to "That's All." While his fans probably will not wait for a recommendation to pick up Ballads and Blues, everyone else will find the album a good introduction to organ music for the new millennium.
© Ronnie D. Lankford Jr. /TiVo

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