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Muscle Shoals Nitty Gritty

Herbie Mann

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Although it followed a formula similar to the hugely successful Memphis Underground, Muscle Shoals Nitty Gritty stands on its own as a superb example of the fusion of jazz with '60s soul music, a genre that Herbie Mann stood atop at the time of its release. In addition to Mann band members Roy Ayers, Miroslav Vitous and Bruno Carr, the recording employs the Muscle Shoals rhythm section that had played together on numerous soul hits of the '60s, including those of Aretha Franklin. Standout cuts include the title track, with the its horn-driven groove; Sharrock's "Blind Willy," featuring a jew's-harp hook; and a smoldering version of Lennon & McCartney's "Come Together." Throughout the album, Mann's solos wail through the upper register of the flute, while Ayers finds interestingly funky passages on the vibes.
© Jim Newsom /TiVo

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Muscle Shoals Nitty Gritty
Roy Ayers
00:06:52

Wayne Jackson, Trumpet - Eddie Hinton, Guitar - Andrew Love, Tenor Saxophone - Roger Hawkins, Drums - TOM DOWD, Producer - David Hood, Bass - BARRY BECKETT, Piano - Herbie Mann, Flute, Writer, MainArtist - Roy Ayers, Vibes - James Mitchell, Baritone Saxophone - Ed Logan, Tenor Saxophone

© 1970 Atlantic Recording Corp. ℗ 1970 Atlantic Recording Corp.

2
Claudia Pie (LP Version)
Herbie Mann
00:04:39

Herbie Mann, Writer, MainArtist

© 1970 Atlantic Recording Corp. ℗ 1973 Atlantic Recording Corp.

3
Can You Dig It
Herbie Mann
00:05:15

Herbie Mann, MainArtist - Ed Birdsong, Composer - Michelle Birdsong, Composer

© 1970 Atlantic Recording Corp. ℗ 1970 Atlantic Recording Corp for the US and WEA International for the rest of the world outside the US.

4
Blind Willy
Herbie Mann
00:04:48

Herbie Mann, MainArtist - Sonny Sharrock, Composer

© 1970 Atlantic Recording Corp. ℗ 1970 Atlantic Recording Corp for the US and WEA International for the rest of the world outside the US.

5
Come Together (Album Version)
Herbie Mann
00:10:08

John Lennon, Writer - Paul Mccartney, Writer - Herbie Mann, Performed by, MainArtist

© 1970 Atlantic Recording Corp. ℗ 1970 Atlantic Recording Corp.

6
Panama Red's Panama Hat
Herbie Mann
00:05:11

Herbie Mann, Composer, MainArtist

© 1970 Atlantic Recording Corp. ℗ 1970 Atlantic Recording Corp for the US and WEA International for the rest of the world outside the US.

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Although it followed a formula similar to the hugely successful Memphis Underground, Muscle Shoals Nitty Gritty stands on its own as a superb example of the fusion of jazz with '60s soul music, a genre that Herbie Mann stood atop at the time of its release. In addition to Mann band members Roy Ayers, Miroslav Vitous and Bruno Carr, the recording employs the Muscle Shoals rhythm section that had played together on numerous soul hits of the '60s, including those of Aretha Franklin. Standout cuts include the title track, with the its horn-driven groove; Sharrock's "Blind Willy," featuring a jew's-harp hook; and a smoldering version of Lennon & McCartney's "Come Together." Throughout the album, Mann's solos wail through the upper register of the flute, while Ayers finds interestingly funky passages on the vibes.
© Jim Newsom /TiVo

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