Green Dolphin Street - Richard ;Groove; Holmes - Super Soul (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Super Soul, an Album by Richard "Groove" Holmes. Released in July on Prestige (catalog no. PRST; Vinyl LP).
  2. Maybe one of the greatest albums ever cut by organist Richard Groove Holmes – and a set that's worth it alone for the massive title track! Groove soars right out of the gate on that one – taking up most of side one with help from a vamping trio of guitar and drums – while he delivers this stretched-out, hard-burning solo that almost seems to take a page out of the book of the younger.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of A Bowl Of Soul on Discogs.
  4. Richard "Groove" Holmes - Super Soul (/) , Jazz 05 On Green Dolphin Street 06 I Will Wait For You 07 (Back Home Again In) Indiana (The expanded CD reissue adds all but one of the songs from a more soul-pop-oriented Holmes album, Soul Power!, though unfortunately it omits "Gimme Little.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Best Of Richard "Groove" Holmes - For Beautiful People on Discogs. Label: Prestige - PR ,Prestige - PRST • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Soul-Jazz.
  6. 2 heavy duty soul jazz sets from Richard Groove Holmes – back to back on one CD! Super Soul features Groove playing in front of larger arrangements from Chess Records soul maestro Richard Evans – in a style that has the swinging power of some of Evan's best soul and jazz work at the Chicago label, and which makes for a slightly different approach for Holmes!
  7. Richard Arnold "Groove" Holmes (May 2, – June 29, ) was an American jazz organist who performed in the hard bop and soul jazz genre. He is best known for his recording of "Misty".
  8. A rare album of organ groove rs – cut by Holmes for the tiny Loma subsidiary of Warner Bros. Onzy Matthews leads a group behind Groove 's organ, and the larger backing works well with Groove 's funky style. The overall feel's a bit like some of the work that Groove cut for World Pacific in the late 60s – where he was operating as the main soloist, and given a lot of room to move around.

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