• Mod Jazz Forever - Various Artists CD (Kent)
  • Mod Jazz Forever - Various Artists CD (Kent)
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Mod Jazz Forever – Various Artists CD (Kent)

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1. The Real Thing – Troy Dodds
2. Finders Keepers – Floyd White
3. Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf Pt 2 – The Nightbeats
4. Rod Run – The Reuben Wilson Quartet
5. Night Bloomin’ Jasmin’ – Jesse Davis
6. The Return Of The Prodigal Son – Byrdie Green
7. Look Out, Heartaches – Little Bob
8. Talking ‘Bout Love – Tobi Lark
9. D H Boogaloo – The Dave Hamilton Set
10. Screamin’ – Jack Mcduff
11. Because I Love You – The Dave Hamilton Voices
12. Looking – Billy Larkin & His Orchestra
13. Double Love – The Cals
14. Sunshine Superman – Bocking, Robinson, Morais
15. A Message To Regina – Hank Jacobs
16. Tricky Too – Gus Jenkins
17. Fever – Buddy Guy
18. John Henry – Bobby Jenkins & His Quartet
19. Work Song – Clint Stacy
20. My Beat – George Stone
21. The In Crowd – Johnny Hammond Smith
22. Burgher’s Beat – John Hart With Lil’ Bob & The Lollipops
23. The Village Caller – Johnny Lytle Trio
24. It’s Like Love – Mark Murphy

Weight 120.00 g

Mod Jazz Forever


Various Artists





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The return of the successful Mod Jazz Series that has not only invented and codified a sound, it has made it popular. Jazz that is accessible, touching on its blues, soul and latin influences while always having a danceable beat. It includes the super-rare, the well known and the previously unreleased.

Here are a couple of impossible-to-find tracks in the form of Troy Dodds’ ‘The Real Thing’ and Jesse Davis ‘Night Bloomin’ Jasmin’’. Both are B-sides of super-expensive Northern rarities, but are excellent Mod Jazz tracks in their own right. We’ve chosen five previously unreleased cuts, including a stunning organ version of ‘Whose Afraid Of Virginia Wolf’, a future R&B monster from Floyd White and a great boogaloo from Dave Hamilton.

Screaming Hammond comes from Jack McDuff and Reuben Wilson’s hard-to-find debut 45 ‘Rod Run’. There are also bluesy jazz vocal performances from sought-after records by Toby Lark, Billy Larkin, Little Bob and Clint Stacy with a terrific version of Oscar Brown Jr’s ‘Work Song’

Mod Jazz classics range from Buddy Guy’s ‘Fever’ , Byrdie Green’s ‘Return Of The Prodigal Son’, Johnny Lytle’s ‘Village Caller’ and Mark Murphy’s wonderful dodgy bossa ‘It’s Like Love’. All put together by Ady Croasdell and Dean Rudland.- Ace Records

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