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Push Push

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Download links and information about Push Push by Herbie Mann. This album was released in 1971 and it belongs to Jazz, Crossover Jazz genres. It contains 8 tracks with total duration of 48:55 minutes.

Artist: Herbie Mann
Release date: 1971
Genre: Jazz, Crossover Jazz
Tracks: 8
Duration: 48:55
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Push Push 10:07
2. What's Going On 4:16
3. Spirit In the Dark 9:28
4. Man's Hope 6:58
5. If 4:36
6. Never Say Goodbye 3:37
7. What'd I Say 4:59
8. Funky Nassau (Bonus Track) 4:54

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Push Push contains a potent blend of jazz, funk, and R&B from the famed flautist and a crew of crack session players from both Memphis and New York. Mann was coming off a string of R&B-influenced releases when this 1971 album was released, so Push Push didn't arrive as a revelation. It did, however, reiterate Mann's capabilities as a purveyor of funky soul-jazz and laid-back, slow-jam R&B ballads. Among the Memphis players on the sessions was Duane Allman, who contributed all but one of the album's guitar solos; Allman's searing licks on the hard-grooving title track help make it one of the record's finest moments. Mann's take on the contemporaneous Marvin Gaye hit "What's Going On" shows off the subtler side of the flute hero's expertise, as does an ostensibly anomalous but undeniably lovely version of another 1971 hit single, Bread's soft-rock smash "If." Even sans vocals, Mann and his men make Ray Charles's "What'd I Say" speak quite loudly.