- Performer:Richie Hart
- Title:Blues in the Alley
- Date of release:November 2, 2004
- Recording date:2003
- Recording location:Carriage House, Stamford, CT
- Size FLAC version1145 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1139 megabytes
- Size WMA version1603 megabytes
- Formats:ASF MMF AU DXD AAC AIFF
Recommended, Richie Hart's Blues In The Alley has a place for all lovers of jazz and blues. Track Listing: Well You Needn't; Blues in the Alley; Sandu; The Fox; Black Pearls; Georgia on my Mind; Autumn Leaves; Fresh Air; On a High Note; West Side Story Medley. Personnel: Richie Hart- guitar; Rick Petrone- bass; Joe Corsello- drums, percussion; Pete Levin- keyboards; Gerry Niewood- tenor saxophone on "Black Pearls" and "Autumn Leaves. Title: Blues In The Alley Year Released: 2004 Record Label: Zoho Music.
Guitar, Main Personnel, Primary Artist, Producer. Keyboards, Main Personnel.
Blues-based jazz nuts who can really swing like Wes Montgomery and Grant Green will be around no matter the prevailing tastes. Problem is, some guys get it and some don’t. Some have the soul, and some don’t. Richie Hart gets it. And man, does he have soul. Richie’s not new on the scene. Back in the late ’70s he worked with Lonnie Smith. He’s also worked with John Patton and Jack McDuff. That organ-trio influence shines through on plenty of cuts here. The funky Well You Needn’t has Hart darting in-and-out of the funk with single-lines, double-stops, and octaves that would make Wes smile.
Richie Hart - On a High Note 07:27. Richie Hart - Blues in the Alley 06:06. Richie Hart - Fresh Air 06:41. Richie Hart - The Fox 06:21. Remembering Wes - Richie Hart. Greasy Street - Richie Hart. 33 1/3 - Richie Hart. 45 Lives - Richie Hart. The Windmills of Your Mind - Richie Hart.
Blues In The Alley (2004).
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Blues is a blues rock compilation album by Eric Clapton released in 1999. The release features songs from Clapton's 1970s RSO albums, as well as some unreleased material from the same era. The second disc features live recordings. Before You Accuse Me (Take a Look at Yourself)" (Ellas McDaniel) – 4:39 (Previously unreleased acoustic outtake from Backless, 1978). Mean Old World" (Walter Jacobs) – 3:50 (Outtake from Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs, 1970). Ain't That Lovin' You" (Jimmy Reed) – 5:26.
Richie Hart's relation to the music of the late Wes Montgomery doesn't go unremarked in the notes to this set, and is anyway perfectly audible in the course this extremely good performance. It did seem once that Montgomery "tributes" even of a more imitative sort would be welcome; that master's creative career was so short . Matthew Herbert's The State Between Us is an extraordinary album for extraordinary times, as it addresses Brexit and what it means to be British and European.
CreditsJoachim Becker - Executive Producer
Leonard Bernstein - Composer
Clifford Brown - Composer
Hoagy Carmichael - Composer
John Coltrane - Composer
Joe Corsello - Drums, Main Personnel, Percussion, Producer
Richard Corsello - Mastering, Remixing
Michael Cuscuna - Producer
Richie Hart - Guitar, Main Personnel, Primary Artist, Producer
Joseph Kosma - Composer
Pete Levin - Keyboards, Main Personnel
Johnny Mercer - Composer
Bill Milkowski - Liner Notes
Thelonious Monk - Composer
Gerry Niewood - Main Personnel, Saxophone
Rick Petrone - Bass, Bass Instrument, Main Personnel, Producer
Jacques Prévert - Composer
Lalo Schifrin - Composer
Stephen Sondheim - Composer
|1||Well You Needn't Thelonious Monk||Richie Hart||4:05|
|2||Blues in the Alley||Richie Hart||6:06|
|3||The Fox Lalo Schifrin||Richie Hart||6:21|
|4||Black Pearls John Coltrane||Richie Hart||4:54|
|5||Georgia on My Mind Hoagy Carmichael||Richie Hart||3:50|
|6||Autumn Leaves Joseph Kosma / Johnny Mercer / Jacques Prévert||Richie Hart||5:30|
|7||Fresh Air||Richie Hart||6:41|
|8||On a High Note||Richie Hart||7:27|
|9||Sandu Clifford Brown||Richie Hart||6:25|
|10||West Side Story Medley Leonard Bernstein / Stephen Sondheim||Richie Hart||3:00|