Sunday, October 21, 2007

Ed Lincoln - Ed Lincoln

Ed Lincoln - Ed Lincoln
Label - Savoya/Whatmusic (UK)
Recorded - 1968
Style - Brazilian, Samba, Bossa, Jazz, Lee Library

1. Ed Lincoln - Zum Zum Zum (2:59)
2. Ed Lincoln - Waldemar (2:42)
3. Ed Lincoln - O Charo Do Bebe (2:40)
4. Ed Lincoln - Catedral (2:17)
5. Ed Lincoln - Ja Estou Aqui (2:38)
6. Ed Lincoln - Cumba-Ie (2:25)
7. Ed Lincoln - Se Correr O Bicho Pega (2:22)
8. Ed Lincoln - Sack O Woe (Saca-Uo) (3:14)
9. Ed Lincoln - E Demais (2:47)
10. Ed Lincoln - Da-Me Teu Coracao (2:14)
11. Ed Lincoln - Bala-Bala-Cue (2:25)
12. Ed Lincoln - Bon-Jour (2:43)

(From Dusty Groove)
Excellent work from this fab Brazilian organ player! Next to Walter Wanderley, Ed Lincoln was one of Brazil's greatest talents on the Hammond Organ during the 1960s -- and this sparkling LP of samba and bossa groovers is one of his best recordings ever! The album's got a lively jazzy groove all the way through -- featuring Ed on arrangements and organ, heading up a group that includes Durval Ferreira on guitar, Alex Papa on drums, and Orlandivo on percussion. Tunes have a choppy party kind of groove -- and titles include "Sack O Woe", "E Demais", "Zum Zum Zum", "Waldemar", "O Choro Do Bebe", "Cumba Ie", and "Bala Bala Cue".


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