Maceo Parker - Us mp3 flac
- Album: Us
- MP3: 1384 mb | FLAC: 1172 mb
- Released: 1974
- Style: Jazz-Funk, Soul, Funk
- Rating: 4.2/5
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Originally playing baritone sax with the band, Maceo soon switched over to tenor and was an integral member of Brown's band. In 1970 most of these disgruntled bandmates quit and under Maceo's leadership recorded and toured as Maceo & All The King's Men.
Maceo Parker- sax James Brown - production, vocals on & 7 arranged by Fred Wesley & James Brown The all king's men:'Sweet' Charles Sherrell, Alfonzo Kellum, Bernard Odum, Eldee Williams, Garrett Tilford, Jimmy Nolen, Joseph Davis (2), Maceo Parker, Melvin Parker, Richard Griffith, Robert Griffith.
US is a funk jazz music album recording by MACEO PARKER released in 1974 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Filed under Funk Jazz By MACEO PARKER.
Maceo Parker was born on February 14, 1943 in Kinston, North Carolina. Parker's mother and father both had an appreciation for music and sang in their church's choir, but it was his uncle who had the strongest influence on the youngster's musical development. Parker's uncle led a local jazz and R&B band called the Blue Notes, and Maceo would sometime watch them rehearse; in time, Maceo would take up the saxophone, while his brothers Melvin and Kellis respectively learned to play the drums and trombone. In 1973, Maceo rejoined Brown's touring band, though he found time to cut a solo album, Us, in 1974. The following year saw another revolt sweep through the ranks of Brown's group, and Maceo, trombonist Fred Wesley, and bassist Bootsy Collins all jumped ship to work with George Clinton's various projects, including Parliament and Funkadelic.
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Mo' Roots (Maceo Parker album). Redirected from Mo' Roots (Maceo Parker Album)). Mo'Roots is a 1991 album by Maceo Parker. Hallelujah, I Love Her So" (Ray Charles) - (3:58). Chicken" (Alfred Ellis) - (8:19). Let's Get It On" (Marvin Gaye, Ed Townsend) - (7:46). Hamp's Boogie Woogie" (Lionel Hampton, Milt Buckner) - (6:16). Fa Fa Fa (The Sad Song)" (Otis Redding, Steve Cropper) - (4:50). Jack's Back" (Fred Wesley) - (5:42). Sister Sadie" (Horace Silver) - (5:27).