Monday, August 25, 2008

THE SECTION / THE SECTION

Digitized from the original vinyl, released in 1972 on Warner Bros. Records.
Format: Mp3
Bit Rate: 320 kbps
ALBUM INFO:

Produced By: The Section and Robert Appere
Engineered By: Robert Appere
TRACK LISTING:

Second Degree
Same Old Same Old
Sporadic Vacuums Of Thought
Sitting On The Dock Of The Bay
Holy Frijoles
Doing The Meatball
Swan Song
The Thing What Is
Mah-Hoo-Dah-Vah
Zippo Dippo
THE PLAYERS:

Danny Kortchmar - Guitars
Leland Sklar - Bass
Russ Kunkel - Drums, Percussion
Craig Doerge - Keyboards
Guest:

Michael Brecker - Saxophone, Flute
WEBSITE(S):

http://www.dannykortchmar.com/
http://www.craigdoerge.com/
http://www.russellkunkel.com/
http://www.toto99.com/band/former/sklar.shtml
REVIEW:
By Yours Truly
This is the 1st album of 3 put out by this group of musicians who were the consummate studio musicians for darn near everybody’s album in the 70’s. No kiddin’….it’s hard to pick up an album made during the 70’s by a singer/songwriter and not find at least one of these guys on it. Carol King, James Taylor, Linda Ronstadt, J. D. Souther to name just a few all used these guys talents at some point to help produce their albums. Somewhere along the line they decided to get together as a self –contained unit, in their spare time no doubt…..and put out some great music of their own. Some folks call this music jazz, some call it fusion, some just forget the labels and dig the grooves these boys were (and still are) capable of laying down. There are no vocals, just lots of nice melodies and counterpoint. Music to sooth the savage beast after a bad day at work or late night music for background during quality time with your significant other. This release also contains the talents of one Michael Brecker on Sax and flute who does a nice job of adding another dimension to the already multi-dimensional Section.
Tom
CONTACT:
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3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi there,

Thanx a lot! I used to have the album 'fork it ovr' on vinyl way back then. Been searching for this a long time. Do you have this one?

Stylen

Wednesday, August 27, 2008 at 1:42:00 AM EDT  
Blogger Tom Eckels said...

Hi Stylen,
I don't currently have a copy of "Fork It Over" but I have a couple possibilities that I'm working on right now. If I can get it for a reasonable price I'll be bringing it home and posting it here so keep an eye out.

TC

Wednesday, August 27, 2008 at 8:24:00 AM EDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I will keep my eyes out, thanx for your reaction.

Stylen

Thursday, August 28, 2008 at 6:54:00 PM EDT  

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