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Robert Walter - Cure All



Robert Walter Cure All
Robert Walter - Cure All
(CD) Palmetto Records PM2132, 2008-06-10

Robert Walter - piano, Fender Rhodes piano, Clavinet, Hammond b-3 organ, percussion
James Singleton - bass guitar
Johnny Vidacovich - drums, cymbals

Tracklisting :
01. Snakes and Spiders 4:31
02. Money Changes 3:11
03. Cure All 3:26
04. Coupe 3:31
05. Scores of Spores 4:07
06. Parts and Holes 5:36
07. Rivers of Babylon 3:23
08. Maple Plank 4:16 | Download MP3
09. Box of Glass 2:23
10. Measure Up 3:25
11. Hillary Street 4:16
12. Bulldog Run 5:26
13. T 3:40

Links :
robertwalter.com
myspace.com/robertwalter
palmetto-records.net

Press Release :
Soul jazz organist Robert Walter built a reputation as one of America's heaviest jazz-funk crossover musicians. He earned international acclaim for his work with the Greyboy Allstars, who were credited with bringing the 60s/70s soul jazz sound to a modern jamband audience. Robert Walter toured extensively in the U.S. and Europe for the past 15 years with the Greyboy Allstars and his own ensemble 20th Congress.

Robert wrote this collection of originals with drummer Johnny Vidacovich and bassist James Singleton in mind. Johnny is an elder statesman in New Orleans. He taught many of the local drummers and has been a fixture of the music scene there all his life. James Singleton has an intimate and extensive affiliation with the New Orleans music scene and a member of Astral Project, a fixture there since 1978.
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