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Allison Mose - I’m Not Talkin’ ~ The Song Stylings Of Mose Allison 1957-1972 (CD)€18,00
The laconic and oh-so-cool Mose Allison left an indelible impression on the history of rock n roll through his influence on at least two generation of British musicians. His songs were covered by Georgie Fame, Brian Auger, the Yardbirds (featuring Jeff Beck), the Clash and of course the Who, who made Young Man the opener of their Live At Leeds LP. I’m Not Talkin’: The Song Stylings Of Mose Allison is the first compilation entirely dedicated to his vocal recordings across Prestige, Atlantic and Columbia, the three labels where he made his landmark recordings.
The CD includes the most famous of his songs including Parchman Farm, Young Man Blues, I Love The Life I Live Baby, Please Don’t Go, Seventh Son and Foolkiller, as well as lesser-known gems that show his continued aptitude for marrying sharp observations on modern life with memorable tunes.
Allison Mose - The Mose Allison Collection 1956-62 (4CD) (CD)€20,00
Mose Allison is an artist who successfully straddled the worlds of jazz, blues and R&B, during a career which has so far encompassed more than six decades. As he himself observed on many occasions, as a white college kid, he was by no means the archetypal blues artist, but he captured the essence of that genre as well as sharing the stage and studio with some of the top names in modern jazz Al Cohn, Bob Brookmeyer, Stan Getz and Zoot Sims among them.
He also influenced a host of emerging blues and rock artists in the late 50s with iconic songs like Parchman Farm and Young Man Blues which bridged the gap to the 60s blues and R&B boom.
This great value 82-track 4-CD set provides a comprehensive overview of the key first six years of his prolific recording career during which he established his reputation. Presented in chronological order it slects material from just about every notable session he recorded, interspersing his solo blues and jazz album projects with studio sessions and live performances with the noted jazz artists mentioned above, including some exhilarating extended pieces. It includes just about every vocal track he recorded during this time, when his recording company saw him more a pure pianist than blues artist. As a result it provides a great showcase for every aspect of his talents as accomplished jazz and blues pianist, whether solo, in his own trio or with other artists ensembles, and blues singer and composer.