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  1. Daijinn
    Alligator Bogaloo, an Album by Lou Donaldson. Released in August on Blue Note (catalog no. BST ; Vinyl LP). Reply
  2. Kegor
    Alto saxophonist Lou Donaldson scored a hit with “Alligator Bogaloo,” the jaunty and memorable lead cut and title track of his soul jazz classic, but the album brims with funky grooves from start to finish with the breezy “Aw Shucks,” rollicking “Rev. Moses,” and the sinuous minimalism of “One Cylinder.” Alligator Bogaloo marked the beginning of a fruitful and long . Reply
  3. Vir
    April 16, To believe in serendipity—that’s the operative word when it comes to alto saxophonist Lou Donaldson’s soul-jazz hit, “Alligator Bogaloo,” the opening track from the leader’s heralded—artistically and commercially—album Alligator Bogaloo, released by Blue Note in The tale of its origin has been told so many times that it holds mythic status of . Reply
  4. Kazigor
    Alligator Bogaloo is an album by jazz saxophonist Lou Donaldson recorded for the Blue Note label in and featuring Donaldson with Melvin Lastie, Lonnie Smith, George Benson, and Leo Morris. The success of the title track surprised Donaldson: "[W]e made the date and we were three minutes short. I said we don't have no more material.5/5(1). Reply
  5. Mirr
    Jun 29,  · Alligator Bogaloo is Lou Donaldson’s Blue Note classic. Melvin Lastie, Sr., Lonnie Smith, George Benson and Leo Morris join Donaldson for this undeniable gem. The album is an exhilarating blend of hard bop with soulful jazz. Reply
  6. Zujas
    A hard bop, soul-jazz classic, Alligator Bogaloo from features three of saxophonist Lou Donaldson's tunes, including the improvised title track, the swinging, r&b styled The Thang, with organ shouts and exuberant utterances and the upbeat Rev. Moses where all the band members romp with Donaldson and organist Lonnie Smith leading the way. Reply
  7. Digore
    's Alligator Bogaloois one of alto saxophonist Lou Daonaldson's best soul jazz Blue Note Recordings, if you can forgive the, for lack of a better adjective,'stupid' and totally unrelated cover art, 'Liberty Records had already bought out Blue Note owner Alfred Lion and graphic artist Reid Miles had been let go, and many of the covers of the late 60's tried to capture this type of . Reply
  8. Shaktiran
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