Sanders, Sam

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Sanders, Sam - Mirror, Mirror Mirror, Mirror
Jazz Colored Vinyl OEP 1004 Strata
2013 Limited Edition (Only 200 Silver Foil Numbered Copies) 2LP Pressed On 180gm Marbled Vinyl And Housed In A Heavy-Duty Gatefold Cover. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. This Is Number 000082. Drawing On His Experience With Motown Acts Like Stevie Wonder And Smokey Robinson, Sanders Incorporated A Fresh Soul Sound Into Recordings That Would Have Otherwise Been Categorized As Jazz. As Such, Mirror Mirror Moves Seamlessly Between Spirit And Style: The Album Starts On The Street With “Inner City Player,” A Superfly Breakdown Of A Detroit Hustler’s Life, Before Moving Into Distinctly Abstract Territory With The Melancholy “Face At My Window.” The Experience Is Held Together By A No-Nonsense Rhythm Section Featuring The Aggressive Drumming Of Jimmy Allen And The Intensely Focused Bass Playing Of Ed Pickens. Perhaps The Most Straight-Forward Jazz Song On The Album, “Lover’s Gain” Showcases Sanders At His Freewheelin’ Best. And If There Was To Be Any Doubt That Mirror Mirror Can Get Funky As Hell, Look No Further Than The Wah-Wah Guitar And Early Synth Sounds Of “Funk’ed Up,” Easily The Greasiest Cut On The Album. The First Recording Session By Don Fagenson, Later Know As Don Was.... more details
 

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