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  • CD (17 mars 2003)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Enregistrement original remasterisé
  • Label: Parlophone
  • ASIN : B00007KMNT
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Disque : 1

  1. Funky mama remaster 00
  2. Love walked in remaster 00
  3. Spaceman twist remaster 00
  4. Sow belly blues remaster 00
  5. That's all remaster 00
  6. Nice'n'greasy remaster 00
  7. People will say we're in love remaster 00

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NATURAL SOUL

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Par CAHLIREV TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 14 décembre 2012
Format: CD
Excellent album l'un des plus beau à ma connaissance de Lou Donalson, enregistré en 1962, il s'est entouré il est vrai de Grant Green discret poignant à la guitare , de Ben Dixon à la Batterie et surtout d'un Tommy Turrentine relativement méconnu et ici monstrueux à la trompette fournissant de gros solo en contrepoint à la puissance du saxo ténor de l'ami Donalson.
Un très grand disque flirtant de tant à autre avec le funky mais plongeant doucement puis résolument vers un soul jazz de rêve.
Je conseille en tout point ce merveilleux album, presque aussi fort que son " Blues walk " sortie quatre ans auparavant, ce superbe disque pourrait bien être l'âme du jazz.
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HASH(0x90e32c48) étoiles sur 5 "The Natural Soul" -- A Natural Choice for the RVG Series 27 février 2003
Par Michael Brad Richman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
With the last several RVG releases, Michael Cuscuna has been able to reissue several Blue Note titles that have not been available on CD for going on ten years. Lou Donaldson's "The Natural Soul" was a natural choice to once again see the light of day. Recorded on May 9, 1962, "The Natural Soul" features Lou on alto sax, Tommy Turrentine (in a rare Blue Note stint away from brother Stanley) on trumpet, and the guitar/organ/drums trio of Grant Green, John Patton, and Ben Dixon. But this is not your average organ soul jazz record! Sure the obligatory groove track "Funky Mama" is here, but rest of the album puts more emphasis on great straight ahead jazz than it does in trying to conform to the soul jazz tag. In many ways the "natural soul" comes from a "natural swing" - five guys playing in top form and just letting it flow. Often Patton can be a bit heavy-handed for me, but here he shines and shimmers like Jimmy Smith. The frontline interplay between Lou and Tommy also helps to open things up. And surprise, the disc's best track just may be the ballad "That's All." If you like this Lou Donaldson performance, a next step should be to get the recently released "Complete 1957-60 Blue Note Recordings" on Mosaic, and in the meantime, enjoy a taste of "The Natural Soul."
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HASH(0x91569450) étoiles sur 5 A funky transition! 28 février 2003
Par Dr.D.Treharne - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album, recorded in 1962 straddles two eras, and the choice of material on the album reflects that.On the one hand there's a look back to standards like George and Ira Gershwins "Love walked in" with some lovely ensemble playing and the extended added track of Rodgers and Hammerstein's, "People will say we're in love" where all the performers get to solo, as well as playing in ensemble. However the look forward is to funk. Obviously John Patten's "Funky Mama" is the core track, and Patten get extensive solo time, propelled along by Ben Dixon ( the two of them had played together in Lloyd Price's road band- and it's the only time on the album that Dixon exerts himself to push the track along).The other really propulsive track is "Nice and Greasy" which sounds as though it might have been an edited version. The most compelling Donaldson playing is perhaps on the extended "Sow Belly Blues". Grant Green is in excellent form throughout, melding well with Patton's organ work. Tommy Turrentine plays best on the more upbeat funky tracks, but provides an excellent counterpoint to the alto sax. All in all this is a welcome re-issue that looks forward to the funky fare that was to be served up later in the decade by players from this session in various guises.Highly recommended, and of course likely to be discontinued soon, so buy it now!
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HASH(0x911a6924) étoiles sur 5 Great find! 28 août 1999
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Lou Donaldson's "The Natural Soul" is a tremendous soul-jazz disk. It marks the first appearance I know of for the great organist Big John Patton - always a great team with Grant Green on guitar and Ben Dixon on drums. Tommy Turrentine is an unheralded trumpeter who deserved more attention - everyone plays great on this album. The tracks I liked the best are "Sow Belly Blues" which also appears on The Best of Lou Donaldson, Volume 1 in the U.S.,a great up-tempo number with plenty of solo space for everyone, and two lovely ballads, "Love Walked In" and "That's All".
I looked for this album continually for almost 4 years; finally I have it thanks to Amazon! It was worth the wait.
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HASH(0x9131dd5c) étoiles sur 5 One of my favorite LOU DONALDSON albums ! ! ! 24 avril 2007
Par Eddie Landsberg - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Interesting thing about LOU DONALDSON - - he always had atleast ONE great jukebox nickel gobbler on his CD no matter where-else the album went after - - and it was almost always a blues played in his latest style... In the case of this album its Big John Patton's contribution FUNKY MAMMA that steals the show... a tune which like MIDNIGHT CREEPER and ALLIGATOR BOOGALOO became a popular hit with numerous artists also recording their own versions - - An intense rump shaking blues with old school organ shout chorus, its reminiscent of the old AC sound, but has that unique Patton/Dixon/Green groove. Though not too far removed from JOS's CHICKEN SHACK I find it even more intense.

The second track LOVE WALKED IN features Big John Patton, clearly under the influence of Jack McDuff as a soloist but with a Babyface Willette type bass line (actually he various his bass playing style from tune to tune on this album in a way few players were capable of doing and also plays the coolest backing chords in the world - - second only to Freddie Roach!) - - Green also takes a nicely boppish solo. Playing bop is one thing, but at the particular tempo of the tune his crisp articulation and phrasing are really brought out (hint for guitarists looking for tunes to study !)

Another BLUES greaser on this album is the SPACEMAN TWIST - - both gut shaking and groovily bluesy, yet (as its title goes) off centeredly twisty (on the head) - - Dixon's perfect (yet brighter than average) shuffle, Patton's rumbly bass and Greens "jada" comp really make it happen... Tommy Turrentine also gets more than a taste. - - In contrast Sowbelly Blues on the other hands is a Latinish take on an old Children's Nursery tune that you'll definitely recognize... rather than the hook being in the melody it occurs on the lead in to the solos... band really cooks on this and Lou Donaldson's love of Charlie Parker really shines !

Another suprize is THAT'S ALL - - a rare opportunity to hear Patton really playing an "Orthodox" B-3 (pedals and all) with a very intense and gushingly blue sound. (Ben Dixon's on brushes on this one.)

Back to the Blues - -a bebopish bootie shaker then finally the tightly swinging version of PEOPLE WILL SAY WE'RE IN LOVE (bonus track)- - (Green really cooks on it!) -- All in all an album good for dancing, toe tapping as well as listening... hence the perfect listen regardless of your mood.

Of all of Donaldson's ensembles this one is the most interesting - - least technical yet MOST soulful and MOST together... (They came up together playing R & B on the chitlin' circuit.) - - Big John in particular is amazing... in many ways a Miles Davis like character... for example, he lacked the technical virtuosity of most his peers, yet had a type of conceptualism and mischievious creativity that often makes him even more engaging than any of his peers. (Definitely Patton paved the way for many of the more progressive players to follow - - especially Larry Young.) - - Turrentine takes great solos, Donadlson Bops away... and Green is brilliant in his trademark ladeback yet potent style. (You kinda don't know he's there at times, then suddenly there's that unique Grant Green *and only* Grant Green sound!)

All in all, fans of the Blue Note groove and the Lou Donaldson sound can't go wrong with this one... then again, can you ever go wrong with ANY of the members in this group?
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HASH(0x90f93684) étoiles sur 5 Natural Groove 21 novembre 2012
Par D.R.L. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
~ Organist John Patton, guitarist Grant Green, and drummer Ben Dixon constituted a formidable rhythm machine for the Blue Note label in the early to mid-1960's. Through a series of recording sessions listed below they developed an intuitive, empathetic interplay that elevated many of their sessions to near-greatness in the realm of soul-jazz. The trio knew each other so well that their grooves are totally natural, which makes them so appealing. They provided the soulful groove in the following soul-jazz sessions for Blue Note (recording dates are indicated): Lou Donaldson's "Natural Soul" (9 May 1962); John Patton's "Along Came John" (5 April 1963); Grant Green's "Am I Blue" (16 May 1963); Harold Vick's "Steppin' Out!" (27 May 1963); Grant Green's "Blues for Lou" (20 Feb & 7 June 1963); Lou Donaldson's "Good Gracious" (7 June 1963); Lou Donaldson's "A Man with a Horn" (7 June 1963); Don Wilkerson's "Shoutin' " (29 July 1963); John Patton's "Blue John" (11 July & 2 August 1963); John Patton's "The Way I Feel" (19 June 1964); and John Patton's "Oh Baby!" (8 March 1965). It is interesting to note that the 7 June 1963 session produced music that contributed to three albums released under the leadership of Green and alto sax man Lou Donaldson.
~ With the recording of "THE NATURAL SOUL" (recorded 9 May 1962) Lou Donaldson ends his transition from his earlier straight-ahead hard bop recordings into the soul-jazz phase of his long, illustrious career. His earlier "Here `Tis" and "Gravy Train" albums served as the first two steps in the transition. Lou could not have picked a better group with whom to make this final step in his transition than Grant Green, John Patton, and Ben Dixon. Although this is the first time Green, Patton, and Dixon recorded together, it is obvious that they are compatible and have mutual admiration. Lou adds Tommy Turrentine on trumpet for this album and together they dig deep into the soul-jazz bag with only a few slight references to hard bop. Turrentine's lean, sometimes cutting tone serves as a counterbalance to Lou's fuller tone, and when they play lines in unison the effect is to give these passages a big-band sensibility. Throughout the album, Green, Patton and Dixon keep things cooking in support of Donaldson and Turrentine, as well as contributing solos that often burn and are always invigorating. The original compositions - which form the bulk of the album - are mostly blues and soul vamps that provide an excellent foundation for the combo to work hot grooves and soaring solos. Patton contributes 9-minute "Funky Mama" while Lou contributes "Spaceman Twist" and the wonderful 10-minute "Sow Belly Blues". All three of these original, plus "Nice 'n Greasy" are soulful highlights of the album. On "That's All" Lou shows how to play a ballad - light, sweet, and lovely. The album is rounded out by soulful renditions of two standards: "Love Walked In" and "People Will Say We're in Love". This album maintains the high standards Donaldson established early in his career and remains one of his best records in the soul-jazz genre. Highly recommended.
~ Click on the following links for reviews of Lou's other recordings with the Patton-Green-Dixon trio: "Good Gracious" and "Man With a Horn".
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