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The Real ShooBeDoo - Good To Go (Limited Vinyl 180g LP)

The Real ShooBeDoo - Good To Go (Limited Vinyl 180g LP)

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180g BLACK Vinyl Limited To 500 Copies (W/Obi Strip) .

The Real ShooBeeDoo (AKA Reggie Fields) Has Always Been A Consistent Name On The Detroit Jazz Scene … Fields Who Played With Pharoah Sanders While He Was Living In Motor City, Worked With Sun Ra In The Late 1970s And Early 80s And Who Was Also A Close Associate Of The Afro-Centric TRIBE Label And Artist Collective, Leaving His Marks On A Few Essential TRIBE Sessions Such As Phil Ranelin’s “The Time Is Now!” As Well As Ranelin & Wendell Harrison’s Masterpiece “A Message From The Tribe”. It Was Wendell Harrison Who Gave Fields The Chance To Record His Landmark Solo Album (Reminiscing From 1981) To Be Released On His Wenha Imprint. Reggie Chose To Record Under His Moniker “The Real ShooBeeDoo” Because He Built A Rock-Solid Reputation As An Internationally Acclaimed Performer Under That Name. In 1982 He Embarked On A European Tour And Performed At Various Clubs In Countries Such As Germany, Holland, Belgium, Italy, Switzerland, Luxemburg, France And Norway. This Ecstatic Touring Vibe Can Later Be Heard On His Fantastic ‘‘Live At Montreux Jazz Festival, 1982” Album (Simply Called ‘Good To Go’).

“Good To Go” Which We Are Proudly Presenting You Today Features 10 Tracks Consisting Of Smooth Jazz-Rumbas, French Avant-Garde Jazz Vocalizations, Bass Lines That Can Blow Through Walls As If They Were Made From Paper, Foot Stomping Rhythmic Beats, Lyrics That Are Pure Poetry And Ecstatic Beats That Took The Crowd On A Musical Trip That Ended In Them Raving For More. Playing Before A Large And Enthusiastic Crowd, Reggie’s Spiritual Cosmic Free-Flowing Rhythms Took The Audience By Storm…And The Stakes Were High Because The Bill Was Pretty Impressive, He Shared The Stage With Some Of The Biggest Names In The Genre (The Festival Bill Also Included Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie And Sonny Rollins).

Also…A Quick Closer Look At The Cast Of All-Star Players Featured On The Album Is Most Likely To Be Enough To Get An Impression That This Is A Very Special Record. Detroit Preferred Pianist Earl Van Riper Brings His Rich Musical Experience To The Table That He Perfected During His Collaborations With Marcus Belgrave, Eddy ‘Cleanhead’ Vinson, Dinah Washington, Wes Montgomery And Countless Others. On The Tenor Saxophone We Have Robert Barnes Known For His Work With Donald Bird…And Last But Not Least We Have Tani Tabbal On Drums Who Is Famous For His Performances And Recordings With Roscoe Mitchell And Sun Ra!

All Of The Above Makes This Rare Album A Total Must-Have That Just Begs For A Prominent Place In Your Record Collection.

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