One of the best-sounding Blue Notes. True to its title, the music and groove of this album is for late nights and low lights. Thick, smoky, humid – a killer you gotta own.
Alfred Lion considered this his favorite production and well he should have. Without piano, Burrell, Stanley Turrentine and company get a clean open sound and a deep groove on such now classic compositions as the title tune and "Chitlins Con Carne," which has become a blues band staple.
Originally released in 1963.
Ray Barretto, conga
Kenny Burrell, guitar
Billy Gene English, drums
Major Holley, bass
Stanley Turrentine, sax (tenor
|Brand||Blue Note Records|
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