Neal Creque – Contrast!

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“A lost soul jazz cooker from the 70s! You might know pianist Neal Creque for his work in Pucho & The Latin Soul Brothers – but here, he’s out on his own, and with a really great vibe – some Latin currents in the rhythms, thanks to a tight team of percussionists – plus electric piano, organ, and clavinet work from Neal – and guitar from Billy Butler, bass from Jon Hart, and drums from Al Foster! All tunes are originals written and arranged by Creque.” – Dusty Groove.

Track listing:

A1 – Kenya
A2 – Help Yourself
A3 – Bacalau
A4 – Happy Go Lucky
A5 – Just A Moment
B1 – D Train
B2 – Love And Life
B3 – Jasmine
B4 – Two Loving Hearts
B5 – All This World Has To Offer


Cello – Kermit Moore
Congas [Conga], Bongos, Tambourine, Triangle, Cuica, Shekere, Bells, Oboe [African], Bajo Quinto [Quinto], Claves, Guiro, Percussion [Other Miscellaneous] – James Morrison, Leo Flemming, Richard Landrum, Steve Kroon, William Bivins
Drums – Al Foster
Electric Bass [Fender Bass] – John Hart
Guitar – Billy Butler
Piano, Electric Piano, Clavinet, Organ, Bells – Neal Creque
Viola – Alfred Brown, Selwart Clarke, Winston Collymore


Label: Cobblestone – CST 9023, Cobblestone – 9023
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: US
Released: 1972