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  1. Taken from the second half of the reissued Brother Jack McDuff's Live! CD where you will see *this* release thrown on there as a bonus or afterthought, one must not forget some actually prefer this release recorded at the Jazz Workshop, which has yet to see a proper CD reissue all its own.
  2. Find Jack McDuff discography, albums and singles on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick Filter Discography By Albums Compilations All. Year Album Label AllMusic Rating Brother Jack McDuff Live! Prestige The Heatin' System [Concord] Concord
  3. Brother Jack McDuff Live! is a live album of jazz music by organist Jack McDuff recorded in New Jersey in and released on the Prestige label. [1] [2] Contents.
  4. I owe a great deal of my success to the man we know as Brother Jack McDuff." "He was a great guy, just very warm-spirited," said Chicago-based blues guitarist Dave Specter, who recorded the album Left Turn on Blue with McDuff. "He loved playing the blues." McDuff was born Eugene McDuffy on Sept. 17, in Champaign, Ill.
  5. Organist Jack McDuff may be known mostly for introducing the world to guitarist George Benson in the early s, but he's also always been a funky jazz organist of the first rank. Both sides of McDuff's legacy are on display on his new Bringin' It Home, and the result is a blues, jazz, and funk-drenched album that sounds like it was cut at a.
  6. Oct 17,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - BROTHER JACKMCDUFF PASSING THROUGH SOMEWHERE IN THE NIGHT YouTube Jack McDuff ‎– Screamin' (Full Album) - Duration: All That Jazz Don Kaart 11, views.
  7. "Brother" Jack McDuff, Sometimes credited as "Brother" Jack McDuff (September 17, – January 23, ) was a jazz organist and bandleader prominent during the soul jazz era of the s. Born Eugene McDuffy in Champaign, Illinois, McDuff began playing bass, appearing in Joe Farrell's group.

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