Everywhere Is Out Of Town - The JB Horns* - Pee Wee, Fred & Maceo (CD, Album)

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  1. Daijas
    Pee Wee, Fred & Maceo reunites three of the Godfather's top horn players — alto saxophonist Maceo Parker, tenor saxophonist Pee Wee Ellis and trombonist Fred Wesley — for a program of instrumental funk, soul-jazz and R&B vocals.
  2. Akinokus
    Willy is featured as the lyricist and singer of “Everywhere is Out of Town” from Fred’s New CD “With a Little Help from my Friends” and was with Fred last fall on his European Tour. The second CD of Willy “Bus-Drivin’ Man” has Paul on piano and Hammond B3 and is arranged from Fred Wesley and will be released this year.
  3. Arashisho
    Roots Revisited: Bremen Concert gave him a chance to stretch out as a leader, and his soulful horn immediately brings to mind Hank Crawford and (to a lesser extent) Lou Donaldson. With a strong backup group that includes Pee Wee Ellis on tenor, trombonist Fred Wesley, and Don Pullen on organ, Parker enthusiastically plays over infectious.
  4. Kill
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  5. Faejin
    The album's filled with heavy funk, and the longer tracks allow for plenty of instrumental flourishes from Fred, Maceo, and the other JBs – and honestly, the record is more of a People Records session than a Polydor record from James. Includes a monster of a bonus track: the 19+ minute complete take of "Escape-ism". CD.
  6. Nabar
    5. Everywhere Is Out Of Town 6. Strut 7. We're Rollin' 8. Let's Play House 9. Blues A' La L.S. Frontal System Slipstream Personnel: Pee Wee Ellis (Tenor Sax, Vocal) Maceo Parker (Alto Sax, Vocal) Fred Wesley (Trombone, Vocal) Mark Puricelli (Keyboard) Jim Payne (Drums) Bob Greenlee (Bass) Ernie Lancaster (Guitar) Bryan Bassett (Guitar.
  7. Gardat
    Recorded in and released in , this CD is among the various projects that has come from James Brown's former sidemen. Pee Wee, Fred & Maceo reunites three of the Godfather's top horn players -- alto saxophonist Maceo Parker, tenor saxophonist Pee Wee Ellis and trombonist Fred Wesley -- for a program of instrumental funk, soul-jazz and R&B vocals.6/
  8. Sarr
    But it was his third solo album, Maceo's ground breaking CD Life on Planet Groove, recorded live in which soon became a funk fan favorite. Planet Groove also served as a calling card, boosting Maceo's contemporary career as a solo artist for a college aged audience, and bringing into being his catch phrase "2% Jazz, 98% Funky Stuff.".

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