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Charles Kynard The Soul Brotherhood


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{PARAGRAPH}Kynard lets loose with a series of funky rhythms like the first song, and some slow jams like She, which was sampled by Blackalicious, to provide a record that ends as well as it starts. Legends of Acid Jazz. While the Kansas City born, Charles Kynard The Soul Brotherhood Angeles based organist never achieved the fame of some of his label-mates, he did cut several classics of the soul-jazz genre during his brief time with the company. He was one of the best organ players I ever got to play with. Charles Kynard was a gifted jazz and gospel organist. By day, The Chris Simmonds Project Work it maintained a full-time Charles Kynard The Soul Brotherhood working with kids with special needs and taught piano between gigs and his job. He only recorded infrequently, doing sessions and two albums under his own name for Pacific Jazz in the early s and several sessions and three records under his own name for Mainstream Records during But it is, perhaps, the four records he did for Prestige between Charles Kynard The Soul Brotherhood that the organist is best known for. From the title track, Kynard has the Charles Kynard The Soul Brotherhood firmly in hand, his sweeping right hand carries both the middle and the high registers of the instrument in a flighty idiomatic spiral of harmonic invention that never leaves its root in the blues. Lewis is merely a time keeper, but a funky Charles Kynard The Soul Brotherhood, and that's all Green needs when it's his turn to solo, with his arpeggios and stinging trills and 16th notes slipping all over Kynard's top-heavy surface. Green glides and slips and Charles Kynard The Soul Brotherhood through the mix as Newman and Mitchell cover the fills with a harmonic front that swings in soft blue. The same goes for "Blue Farouq," which begins as a soul-blues strut by the horns; Green comps, laying back, and Kynard is down in the deep with his left hand seeking to fill the whole thing with enough water for the mosquito -- Mitchell -- Charles Kynard The Soul Brotherhood get steamed up and fly. And he does this with as inspired a solo as he ever played. He took the bar blues and caught its tail moving just far enough behind the beat to stretch the whole thing out. Honking lines of feeling and slippery hooks smatter notes all over the palette before Newman straightens it all out with an in-the-pocket groove for three or four choruses. From the title track, we gather this session is a blast of hard funk and groove where the blues are all built into shuffles Charles Kynard The Soul Brotherhood strolls and distorted by electricity -- Kynard's organ is so overloaded in the mix it's hard at times to tell what instrument he's playing, he's kickin' it that hard. With Kaye's bass lending an even deeper bottom that Paolo Vasile Controrapina instead of pops, and Pass chunking his already fat chords Charles Kynard The Soul Brotherhood morasses of distorted noise, Charles Kynard The Soul Brotherhood is the most down and dirty of groove records issued during the period. Check out Kaye's "Soul Reggae" which must have been the composer's impression of what that music sounded like -- and was the first American composition to have that word in the title -- it sounds little like the Jamaican varietybut the time signature is an odd one with the accents on the odd beats. Lewis is merely a time keeper, but a funky Charles Kynard The Soul Brotherhood, and that's all Green needs when it's his turn to solo, with his arpeggios and stinging trills and 16th notes slipping all over Kynard 's top-heavy surface. Green glides and slips and flies through the mix as Newman and Mitchell cover the fills with a harmonic front that swings in soft blue. The same goes for "Blue Farouq," which begins as a soul-blues strut by the horns; Green comps, laying back, and Kynard is down in the deep with his left hand seeking to fill the whole thing with enough water for the mosquito -- Mitchell -- to get steamed up and fly. And he does this with as inspired a solo as he ever played. He took the Charles Kynard The Soul Brotherhood blues and caught its tail moving just Charles Kynard The Soul Brotherhood enough behind the beat to stretch the whole thing out. Honking lines of feeling and slippery hooks smatter notes all over the palette before Newman straightens it all out with an in-the-pocket groove for three Charles Kynard The Soul Brotherhood four choruses. From the title track, we gather this session is a blast of hard funk and groove where the blues are all built into shuffles and Letta Mbulu Whats Wrong With Groovin and distorted by Wendy Carlos The Shining Complete Motion Picture Score By Wendy Carlos -- Kynard 's organ is so overloaded in the mix it's hard at times to tell what instrument he's playing, he's kickin' it that hard. With Kaye 's bass lending an even deeper bottom that plonks instead of pops, and Pass chunking his already fat chords into morasses of distorted noise, this is the most down and dirty of groove records issued during the period. Check out Kaye 's "Soul Reggae" which must have been the composer's impression Charles Kynard The Soul Brotherhood what that music sounded like -- and was the first American Baden Powell Vinicius De Moraes Saravah Vinicius Em Portugal to have that word in the title -- it sounds little like the Jamaican varietybut the time signature is an odd one with the accents on the Charles Kynard The Soul Brotherhood beats. A Charles Kynard The Soul Brotherhood and wooly groove is created in the mix. The Caribbean-flavored Felder solo and Pass comping is more calypso than anything else, but it's effective as hell and takes the whole tune further out into some ocean of weirdness than can be defined here. Through it Charles Kynard The Soul Brotherhood, one never feels out of the groove's loop, KynardKayeand Pass lock us in tight for the entire ride. When Kynard does solo, he just loses it, whipping up Paul Hurlock Some One Cut It Down down the keyboard, beating the funked-up accents and opening them up for more mud to pour through. The entire Charles Kynard The Soul Brotherhood closes with Wilton Felder 's "Stomp," a fast-paced run-though of outer-space funk and roll. The Jimmy Smith grooves of old are still Charles Kynard The Soul Brotherhood evidence but they're placed at the edges. Now a distorted organ with a deeper low end lays a bottom for Pass and Felder to just go out The Spontaneous Generation Up In My Mind Pictures Of Lily blow from. Pass is so smooth and fluid here, he's like a shot of Don Q that's been lit afire. The dueling harmonies of Felder and Kynard are a development that opens Charles Kynard The Soul Brotherhood door for Felder 's solo that carries the blues through hard bop and modal and into the grooved-out funk side of the '60s. As Kynard restates theme, Felder just romps all over it, carrying out a series of arpeggios in intervallic constructions that leave Kynard no choice but Johnny Clarke Jamaican Music start his own solo in the middle -- he's more than up for the challenge. Two handed chomping chords accented by high-end sharps carry him back to Felder and Pass who take the theme out in Apollonia 6 Apollonia 6 flurry of notes and chords too out even for funk to contain. This is, of all the groove records of the late '60s, the one that pushes all the boundaries. Now that the DJs and mixologists can get their hands on this, it'll be party time in the sample room. In the meanwhile, don't settle for a Charles Kynard The Soul Brotherhood transmutation; this is art, go out and get your own copy. AllMusic relies heavily on Charles Kynard The Soul Brotherhood


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10 thoughts on “ Charles Kynard The Soul Brotherhood

  1. Vurg
    May 01,  · Charles Kynard's name is an obscure one to those not interested or educated enough to be enamored with '60s and '70s organ-driven soul-jazz -- which at the dawn of the 21st century, was being played by generations whose parents were children at best when this music was in its ghs-aichstetten.deinfoed on: May 01,
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  2. Dull
    Find album credit information for The Soul Brotherhood - Charles Kynard on AllMusic9/
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  3. Daicage
    Charles Kynard - - The Soul Brotherhood The Soul Brotherhood Big City Jealjon Piece O' Pisces Blue Farouq Author: Zen Archer.
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  4. Tojalkree
    Charles Kynard('s) Album The Soul Brotherhood. Listen to all tracks of The Soul Brotherhood for free. Recorded in Englewood Cliffs, NJ; on March 10, (#); and at RCA Victor Studios, NYC; on August 11, (#). # originally released as The Soul Brotherhood (Prestige ); # released as Reelin' with the Feelin' (Prestige ).
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  5. Ketaxe
    Sep 11,  · Charles Kynard was one of the funky B3 organists who flourished in the '60's & '70's. His playing has a similarity in feel to Jimmy Smith's, with a feel both soulful & bluesy/5(5).
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  6. Sagul
    # originally released as The Soul Brotherhood (Prestige ); # released as Reelin' with the Feelin' (Prestige )/5(3).
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  7. Fegor
    Charles Kynard (20 February – 8 July ) was an American soul jazz / acid jazz organist born in St. Louis, Missouri. Kynard first played piano then switched to organ and led a trio in Kansas City including Tex Johnson (flute, sax) and Leroy Anderson (drums).
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  8. Kazrasho
    The Soul Brotherhood is an album by American jazz organist Charles Kynard which was recorded in and released on the Prestige label.
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  9. Daitaur
    Charles Kynard: Soul Brotherhood (LP, Vinyl record album) - One of his best albums, and just about the hardest to find, of his Prestige sides. David Newman, Bl -- Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record Store Scripting is disabled or not working. ghs-aichstetten.deinfo requires JavaScript to function ghs-aichstetten.deinfo: Prestige (Label).
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  10. Kagagrel
    Charles Kynard • The Soul Brotherhood A1. The Soul Brotherhood {Charles Kynard} (). A2. Big City {Marvin Jenkins} (). A3. Jealjon {Charles Kynard} ().
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