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Music : Zoot Money - Transition (1968) (2009) Lossless

Artist:Zoot Money
Year Of Release:1968/2009
Label:Righteous [PSALM 23:19]
Genre:Pop-Rock, Jazzy, Rhythm & Blues
Quality:FLAC (image + cue,scans)
Total Time:00:35:49
Total Size:131mb(+5%)
WebSite:Album Preview

Zoot Money's aptly titled third album found him indeed making a transition, if a little awkwardly, from the jazzy R&B with which he'd started to something a bit more sophisticated and ambitious. While hardly a psychedelic LP, it did reflect the changing times of the mid- to late '60s in British pop, especially in what was by far the most unusual track, the Andy Summers-penned instrumental "Soma," with its druggy drift and sitar. For the most part, however, the set was more in the jazz-soul-pop bag, Summers also making his presence known as co-writer of a couple of other tunes ("Let the Music Make You Happy" and "Stop the Wedding") with Money. No doubt Money got tired of the comparison through the years, but nonetheless it's an easy one: the material and arrangements do recall those of a more well-known singer mining similar territory in the 1960s, Georgie Fame. To be uncharitable, Money's efforts compare unfavorably to Fame, especially in the vocal department, Zoot's gravelly tone being no match for Georgie's (or indeed numerous other blue-eyed British soulsters). Not to get down on this rare LP too much, it's a fairly enjoyable record if you keep your expectations modest. As songwriters, Tony Colton and Raymond Smith contribute a few numbers that are rather good, if on the poppier side of what Money offers here, especially "Recapture the Thrill of Yesterday" -- which is about as poppy as Money got, with the addition of backup harmonies betraying a slight Beatles/Beach Boys influence -- and the moody "Coffee Song." Other tracks are in a straighter R&B-jazz-soul mold that Money does capably, but not brilliantly, with the uncharacteristically bossa nova-like "Just a Passing Phase" added for good measure.

01. Let the Music Make You Happy (G. Money, Andy Summers) - 2:37
02. River's Invitation (P. Mayfield) - 3:55
03. Soma (Andy Summers) - 6:23
04. What Cha Gonna Do? Bout It (Doris Payne, Gregory Carrroll, Rex Garvin) - 3:35
05. Stop the Wedding (G. Money, Andy Summers) - 3:57
06. Deadline (P. Mayfield) - 3:15
07. Recapture the Thrill of Yesterday (Tony Colton, Raymond Smith) - 3:53
08. Problem Child (T. Wine, C. Bayer) - 2:23
09. Just a Passing Phase (Tony Colton, Raymond Smith) - 3:00
10. Coffee Song (Raymond Smith, Tony Colton) - 2:49


Zoot Money - Organ, Vocals
Andy Summers - Guitar
Paul Williams - Bass Guitar
Nick Newell - Saxophone
Johnny Almond - Saxophone
Colin Allen - Drums

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