Didn't He Play
Download links and information about Didn't He Play by King Curtis. This album was released in 1988 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues, Jazz, Rock genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 38:29 minutes.
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues, Jazz, Rock|
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|2.||Soul Groove, Pt. I||2:43|
|3.||Soul Groove, Pt. II||3:23|
|6.||Blowin' off Steam||6:18|
|7.||Didn't He Play!||2:27|
|9.||Hello Sunshine (feat. Ronnie Miller)||3:05|
|10.||Count Your Blessings (feat. Tony Middleton)||2:16|
|11.||Write Me a Love Letter (feat. The Capitols)||2:29|
|12.||Jealous Fool (feat. Jimmy Breedlove)||2:19|
|13.||Don't Put Me Down Like This (feat. Derek Martin)||2:03|
Drawn from Curtis' peak during the late '50s and '60s, this collection, while diverse, is shaky at best. It contains none of his most familiar soul and R&B hits (although an early run-through of "Memphis Soul Stew" is included), and is a prime example of how record producers of the era (in this case, Atlantic Records co-founder Herb Abramson) would surround great players like Curtis with sub-par singers, session men and material. As a result, Curtis' excellent sax playing wound up sharing grooves with a one-note, 20-second guitar solo on "Soul Groove Part II," or cutting songs like Jimmy Breedlove's "Don't Be Cruel" rehash "Jealous Fool" — hardly material fit for King.