Ramblin' With Mose
Download links and information about Ramblin' With Mose by Mose Allison. This album was released in 1958 and it belongs to Blues, Jazz genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 52:12 minutes.
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|1.||I Got a Right to Cry||2:49|
|2.||Old Devil Moon||5:08|
|4.||You Belong to Me||4:21|
|5.||Stranger In Paradise||5:26|
|6.||The Kissin' Bug||4:30|
|9.||Old Man John||2:17|
|11.||Old Devil Moon (Aalternate Take)||5:00|
|12.||Stranger In Paradise (Aalternate Take)||5:47|
|13.||Ramble (Aalternate Take)||3:23|
Mose Allison's Ramblin' with Mose was released in 1958. Other than the opening track, a stellar read of Joe Liggins' blues "I Got a Right to Cry," this is an entirely instrumental album. Bassist Addison Farmer and drummer Ronnie Free accompany the pianist as he rips through "Stranger in Paradise" from the score of Kismet at a tempo that would make the composer dizzy; his "Old Devil Moon," moves through some Latin changes and even rhythmic figures before bringing the tune back to earth, and his own "Ramble" is a scorching back-country blues jaunt that offers some evidence of Allison's mighty left-hand skills. There are three bonus tracks on the OJC version, all of which are alternate takes. Along with "Back Country Suite," this is an early example of Allison's absolutely brilliant instrumental prowess as both an arranger and as an improviser. His unique, often unorthodox interpretations of standards and pop songs set him apart from virtually every one of his peers.