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Hailing out of Chicago and a childhood pal of Curtis Mayfield - Callier had put out only 1 album before this called "The New Folk Sound Of..." on US Prestige in early 1965 (see separate review). It did little business. Session years then went by until his signing to the Chess offshoot label Cadet, where he made 3 albums with legendary producer and writer CHARLES STEPNEY. The other two albums are "What Color Is Love" (1973) and "I Just Can't Help Myself" (1974) which are equally good - especially "Color" (see reviews for both).
Charles Stepney is another big name in small circles - a hero of sorts for soul lovers. He was involved in The Rotary Connection with Minnie Riperton, produced four albums with The Dells and even twiddled the knobs on the iconic and now much-vaulted psych-blues-fusion album "Electric Mud" by Muddy Waters. I'd personally scour down anything he had a hand in...a genius...
UK and Europe released July 2008 - “Occasional Rain” by TERRY CALLIER on Universal/Verve Originals 0602517664883 (Barcode 602517664883) is a straightforward CD transfer of the June 1971 US LP on Cadet Records CA 50007 and plays out as follows (43:26 minutes):
1. Segue No.1 - Go Ahead On
2. Ordinary Joe
3. Golden Circle
4. Segue No. 5 - Go Head On
5. Trance On Sedgwick Street
6. Do You Finally Need A Friend
7. Segue No. 4 - Go Head On [Side 2]
8. Sweet Edie-D
9. Occasional Rain
10. Segue No. 2 - Go Head On
11. Blues For Marcus
12. Lean On Me
13.Read more ›
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Comparisons to David Gray would be valid if this album was by Elton John. Luckilly, it is not.
Ordinary Joe is a dance classic, not croontastic. And it's fantastic. Read more