A Change Is Gonna Come
Download links and information about A Change Is Gonna Come by Jack McDuff. This album was released in 1966 and it belongs to Jazz genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 36:16 minutes.
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|1.||Down In the Valley (LP Version)||2:17|
|2.||A Change Is Gonna Come (LP Version)||3:06|
|3.||Hotcha (LP Version)||3:33|
|4.||What'd I Say (LP Version)||2:35|
|5.||No Tears (LP Version)||4:43|
|6.||Gonna Hang Me Up a Sign (LP Version)||2:36|
|7.||Minha Saudade (LP Version)||5:50|
|8.||Same Old, Same Old (LP Version)||4:19|
|9.||Can't Find the Keyhole Blues (LP Version)||7:17|
This album is an elegant mix of soul and sambas, interspersed with a pair of distinctly blues-focused pieces. Jack McDuff's Hammond B-3 organ surges and trills and rocks, at times seeming to talk as the lead instrument on renditions of works as different as Ray Charles' "What'd I Say" and Sam Cooke's "A Change Is Gonna Come." His calls and responses with the five-man brass section on several of the tracks here comprise another highlight, but even the slow numbers, such as "No Tears," offer virtuoso playing by McDuff. The tempo and texture shifts throughout keep this record continually interesting to the listener, and the range of influences, from jazz to gospel with side trips into the blues (culminating with a seven-minute epic in the latter genre), gives a lot of great playing for everybody.