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Shack-man

Medeski, Martin & Wood

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Medeski, Martin & Wood's Shack Man is the best example to date of the trio's cerebral fusion of soul-jazz, hip-hop, and post-punk worldbeat. Relying on a laid-back groove for most the album, the group just rolls along. Shack Man is the kind of album that will appeal most to soul-jazz beginners; for aficionados, the lack of grit in the groove makes it rather tedious.
© Leo Stanley /TiVo

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1
Is There Anybody Here That Love My Jesus
00:04:27

Traditional, Composer - Bob Ward, Editor - Chris Wood, Arranger, Guitar, Acoustic Bass, Electric Bass - Medeski, Martin & Wood, MainArtist - John Medeski, Arranger, Keyboards, Clavinet, Wurlitzer, Hammond B3 Organ, Pianet Piano - Billy Martin, Arranger, Drums, Percussion - Carl Green, Engineer - Katsuhiko Naito, Mixer - David Barker, Producer, Mixer, Engineer

© 1996 Gramavision ℗ 1996 Gramavision

2
Think
00:05:20

Bob Ward, Editor - Chris Wood, Guitar, Acoustic Bass, Electric Bass - Medeski, Martin & Wood, MainArtist - John Medeski, Composer, Keyboards, Clavinet, Wurlitzer, Hammond B3 Organ, Pianet Piano - Billy Martin, Drums, Percussion - Carl Green, Engineer - Katsuhiko Naito, Mixer - David Barker, Producer, Mixer, Engineer

© 1996 Gramavision ℗ 1996 Gramavision

3
Dracula
00:04:19

Bob Ward, Editor - Chris Wood, Composer, Guitar, Acoustic Bass, Electric Bass - Medeski, Martin & Wood, MainArtist - John Medeski, Composer, Keyboards, Clavinet, Wurlitzer, Hammond B3 Organ, Pianet Piano - Billy Martin, Composer, Drums, Percussion - Carl Green, Engineer - Katsuhiko Naito, Mixer - David Barker, Producer, Mixer, Engineer

© 1996 Gramavision ℗ 1996 Gramavision

4
Bubblehouse
00:04:31

Bob Ward, Editor - Chris Wood, Composer, Guitar, Acoustic Bass, Electric Bass - Medeski, Martin & Wood, MainArtist - John Medeski, Composer, Keyboards, Clavinet, Wurlitzer, Hammond B3 Organ, Pianet Piano - Billy Martin, Composer, Drums, Percussion - Carl Green, Engineer - Katsuhiko Naito, Mixer - David Barker, Producer, Mixer, Engineer

© 1996 Gramavision ℗ 1996 Gramavision

5
Henduck
00:04:39

Bob Ward, Editor - Chris Wood, Composer, Guitar, Acoustic Bass, Electric Bass - Medeski, Martin & Wood, MainArtist - John Medeski, Composer, Keyboards, Clavinet, Wurlitzer, Hammond B3 Organ, Pianet Piano - Billy Martin, Composer, Drums, Percussion - Carl Green, Engineer - Katsuhiko Naito, Mixer - David Barker, Producer, Mixer, Engineer

© 1996 Gramavision ℗ 1996 Gramavision

6
Strance of the Spirit Red Gator
00:05:57

Bob Ward, Editor - Chris Wood, Composer, Guitar, Acoustic Bass, Electric Bass - Medeski, Martin & Wood, MainArtist - John Medeski, Composer, Keyboards, Clavinet, Wurlitzer, Hammond B3 Organ, Pianet Piano - Billy Martin, Composer, Drums, Percussion - Carl Green, Engineer - Katsuhiko Naito, Mixer - David Barker, Producer, Mixer, Engineer

© 1996 Gramavision ℗ 1996 Gramavision

7
Spy Kiss
00:04:27

Bob Ward, Editor - Chris Wood, Composer, Guitar, Acoustic Bass, Electric Bass - Medeski, Martin & Wood, MainArtist - John Medeski, Composer, Keyboards, Clavinet, Wurlitzer, Hammond B3 Organ, Pianet Piano - Billy Martin, Composer, Drums, Percussion - Carl Green, Engineer - Katsuhiko Naito, Mixer - David Barker, Producer, Mixer, Engineer

© 1996 Gramavision ℗ 1996 Gramavision

8
Lifeblood
00:07:07

Bob Ward, Editor - Chris Wood, Composer, Guitar, Acoustic Bass, Electric Bass - Medeski, Martin & Wood, MainArtist - John Medeski, Composer, Keyboards, Clavinet, Wurlitzer, Hammond B3 Organ, Pianet Piano - Billy Martin, Composer, Drums, Percussion - Carl Green, Engineer - Katsuhiko Naito, Mixer - David Barker, Producer, Mixer, Engineer

© 1996 Gramavision ℗ 1996 Gramavision

9
Jelly Belly
00:04:42

Bob Ward, Editor - Chris Wood, Composer, Guitar, Acoustic Bass, Electric Bass - Medeski, Martin & Wood, MainArtist - John Medeski, Composer, Keyboards, Clavinet, Wurlitzer, Hammond B3 Organ, Pianet Piano - Billy Martin, Composer, Drums, Percussion - Carl Green, Engineer - Katsuhiko Naito, Mixer - David Barker, Producer, Mixer, Engineer

© 1996 Gramavision ℗ 1996 Gramavision

10
Night Marchers
00:04:35

Bob Ward, Editor - Chris Wood, Composer, Guitar, Acoustic Bass, Electric Bass - Medeski, Martin & Wood, MainArtist - John Medeski, Composer, Keyboards, Clavinet, Wurlitzer, Hammond B3 Organ, Pianet Piano - Billy Martin, Composer, Drums, Percussion - Carl Green, Engineer - Katsuhiko Naito, Mixer - David Barker, Producer, Mixer, Engineer

© 1996 Gramavision ℗ 1996 Gramavision

11
Kenny
00:04:44

Bob Ward, Editor - Chris Wood, Composer, Guitar, Acoustic Bass, Electric Bass - Medeski, Martin & Wood, MainArtist - John Medeski, Composer, Keyboards, Clavinet, Wurlitzer, Hammond B3 Organ, Pianet Piano - Billy Martin, Composer, Drums, Percussion - Carl Green, Engineer - Katsuhiko Naito, Mixer - David Barker, Producer, Mixer, Engineer

© 1996 Gramavision ℗ 1996 Gramavision

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Medeski, Martin & Wood's Shack Man is the best example to date of the trio's cerebral fusion of soul-jazz, hip-hop, and post-punk worldbeat. Relying on a laid-back groove for most the album, the group just rolls along. Shack Man is the kind of album that will appeal most to soul-jazz beginners; for aficionados, the lack of grit in the groove makes it rather tedious.
© Leo Stanley /TiVo

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