Strokin'/Natural Ingredients - Richard Tee

Strokin'/Natural Ingredients
·       Robinsongs and Cherry Red are honoured to be releasing as a 2 on 1 the first two albums by Richard Tee "Strokin’” recorded in 1979 and the 1980 album "Natural Ingredients” 
·       Both of these albums were originally released on Bob James Tappan Zee label, and these two albums were also produced by Bob James. 
·       Richard Tee worked with so many superstars in the jazz field including George Benson, Grover Washington Jr & Hank Crawford, but could also turn this hand to pop, and played keyboards for Paul Simon, and featured in the band that backed Simon & Garfunkel for their epic 1981 Central Park Concert. Richard was also the founding member of the band Stuff. Sadly Richard passed away in July 1993. 
·       The albums "Strokin’” & "Natural Ingredients” featured many fine jazz musicians including guitarist Eric Gale, Drummer Steve Gadd, percussionist Ralph McDonald and Horn players the Brecker Brothers & Tom Scott to name just a few.  
·       Stand out tracks on these albums are ‘Every Day’ which Richard co-wrote with Bill Withers, Stevie Wonder’s ‘Jesus Children Of America’ and Willie Dixon’s ‘Back Door Man”. 
·       Sleeve notes by Mojo’s Lois Wilson.

Available 21/10/2013
Our Price: £9.95
Code: CDMRED592
Weight: 200
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STROKIN’
1. FIRST LOVE.
2. EVERY DAY
3. STROKIN’
4. I WANTED IT TOO.
5. VIRGINIA SUNDAY.
6. JESUS CHILDREN OF AMERICA.
7. TAKE THE A TRAIN.
NATURAL INGREDIENTS
8. WHAT A WOMAN REALLY MEANS
9. WOW
10. THE NUTS OFF THE SCREW
11. TELL IT LIKE IT IS
12. US
13. BACK DOOR MAN
14. SPINNING SONG

 

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