Act Like Nothing's Wrong
Download links and information about Act Like Nothing's Wrong by Al Kooper. This album was released in 1976 and it belongs to Rock, Blues Rock, Rock & Roll genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 38:42 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Blues Rock, Rock & Roll|
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|1.||I Forgot to Be Your Lover||2:58|
|2.||Is We On the Downbeat?||0:36|
|3.||This Diamond Ring||4:13|
|4.||She Don't Ever Lose Her Groove||3:47|
|6.||Out of Left Field||5:11|
|7.||(Please Not) One More Time||3:33|
|8.||In My Own Sweet Way||2:42|
|9.||Turn My Head Towards Home||4:35|
|10.||A Visit to the Rainbow Bar & Grill||0:40|
Kooper's sixth solo release opens daringly enough, with his own funky version of "This Diamond Ring," which he transforms completely from its Drifters-inspired origins. Most of the album is in a mid-'70s soul-funk vein, with Tower of Power turning up elsewhere and Kooper trying (with considerable success) to sound soulful on songs like "She Don't Ever Lose Her Groove" and "I Forgot to Be Your Lover." The playing throughout is excellent, with guitars by Kooper himself (who also plays sitar, Mellotron, organ, and synthesizer) as well as Little Beaver and Reggie Young, with Joe Walsh sitting in on one song, and horn arrangements by Kooper and veteran soundtrack composer Dominic Frontiere. The real centerpiece is the epic-length "Hollywood Vampire," which can't quite sustain its seven-minute length. The funkier numbers work, but some of the rest, like "In My Own Sweet Way," don't come off so well. This is two-thirds of a pretty fair album, and only lacks consistency.