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Strokin' / Natural Ingredients

Richard Tee Audio CD

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1. First Love
2. Every Day
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6. Jesus Children Of America
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8. What A Woman Really Means
9. Wow
10. The Nuts Off The Screw
11. Tell It Like It Is
12. Us
13. Back Door Man
14. Spinning Song

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Richard Tee worked with so many superstars in the jazz field including George Benson, Grover Washington Jr & Hank Crawford, but could also turn this hand to pop, and played keyboards for Paul Simon, and featured in the band that backed Simon & Garfunkel for their epic 1981 Central Park Concert. Richard was also the founding member of the band Stuff. Sadly Richard passed away in July 1993. The albums Strokin & Natural Ingredients featured many fine jazz musicians including guitarist Eric Gale, Drummer Steve Gadd, percussionist Ralph McDonald and Horn players the Brecker Brothers & Tom Scott to name just a few. Stand out tracks on these albums are Every Day which Richard co-wrote with Bill Withers, Stevie Wonder s Jesus Children Of America and Willie Dixon s Back Door Man . Sleeve notes by Mojo s Lois Wilson

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1. First Love
2. Every Day
3. Strokin'
4. I Wanted It Too
5. Virginia Sunday
6. Jesus Children Of America
7. Take The A Train
8. What A Woman Really Means
9. Wow
10. The Nuts Off The Screw
11. Tell It Like It Is
12. Us
13. Back Door Man
14. Spinning Song

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5.0 out of 5 stars Richard Tee! A Studio Icon, and One Of The Great Music Talents of the Modern Music Era. 28 Dec 2013
By Anthony Accordino - Published on Amazon.com
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If you were a music fan and record collector in the 60's, 70's and 80's, you probably have already heard Richard Tee's piano playing. I say that, because in the album era, Richard was one of the most requested studio musicians in the music world. His piano chops can be heard on albums by George Harrison, Steely Dan, Billy Joel, Grover Washington George Benson, Joe Cocker, Quincy Jones Paul Simon, Tom Scott, Aretha Franklin, Art Garfunkel, Marvin Gaye, Peter Gabriel, as well as countless other's, along with his very own Jazz/funk/fusion band Stuff. His name appeared in the liner notes of many hit albums of that era. He has appeared in the movie "One Trick pony", and such concert Dvd's as "Simon & Garfunkel Live In Central Park", "The Gadd Gang Live", and "Stuff Live In Montreux. During the late 70's when Stuff was at their popularity peak, Richard Tee released his first solo albums, on Bob James Tappan Zee records. "Strokin" released in 1979 and "Natural Ingredients", released in 1980, remain his definitive albums, and until now have only been available on expensive Japanese imports. This two/fer on one cd, has all the goods. Supported by an all-star cast of Eric Gale, Steve Gadd, Michael Brecker, Chuck Rainey, Tom Scott, Ralph MacDonald, Hugh McCracken, and Valarie Simpson, these two albums cook with that gospel funk piano that Richard is famous for. Tunes like "Strokin', "Take The A Train", "Spinning Song", and "Now", all give you that Jazz/funk sound that is very reminiscent of his music with Stuff. A few funk drum/piano duels from Richard and Steve Gadd give it that high octane Stuff sound. The real gem here is Richard Tee's take on "Tell It Like It Is", which is the best tune on the entire cd, his singing has soulful grit on this number, and the Eric Gale guitar solo is that unmistakable vintage Gale sound. Richard Tee went on to release other fine albums, like "Inside You", "Bottom line', and of course "Real Time", but these two in my estimation, are his cream of the crop releases. Richard passed away in 1993, at the young age of 49, but deserves to be recognized as one of the finest keyboard players of the modern music era. Richard Tee left us too soon!
4.0 out of 5 stars Gone Too Soon 13 April 2014
By Jay Robbie - Published on Amazon.com
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Two albums on one CD. Richard Tee was pure music. Had he lived we would have experienced more his genius. Our loss.
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