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OMAHA BAR-B-Q Vinyl Record. For a limited time only. OMAHA BAR-B-Q Vinyl Record. Limited 180gm colored vinyl repressing of this 1970 album from the renowned alto saxophonist, bandleader and songwriter from Omaha, Nebraska. OMAHA BAR-B-Q was originally released on Kent and features musical assistance from both Johnny and Shuggie Otis.
2nd pressing from the early 70's, originally released in 1970 on Kent. This is the flame cover, with flames drawn over the photo of Preston Love. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All. Cat.
This is Preston Love's rare 1969 Kent album featuring the blistering guitar work of Shuggie Otis. Includes the songs Chicken Gumbon, Neck Bones, Hoe Cakes & Sorghum, Pot Likker & others. The good news: this is a smokin' album of bluesy jazz that features a very young Shuggie Otis on guitar. The bad news: it only has about 27 minutes of music on it. It also isn't cheap, as imports go, but I still think it was worth the purchase. This guy Preston Love was apparently a veteran alto sax player in various big bands in the 1940s. He hooked with Johnny Otis and his "show" in the 60s, and they played together for two decades
Preston Love was not a straight R&B player-. having been born in 1921 he came up playing his alto saxophone in the big bands during the latter part of the swing era. In his local area he played in bands led by Lloyd Hunter and Nat Towles and in September 1943 he replaced Earl Warren for six weeks in the Count Basie Band. label, Cissy Popcorn, (not heard here) are proof positive that Love's blues-drenched soul alto is the perfect vehicle for a funk record. Pot Likker and Chili Mac are liable to keep you dancing with their tight funky grooves. The personnel on this LP comprise pretty much the band (augmented by horns) that played the 1970 Monterey Pop Festival. What a sight that must have been! Dean Rudland. A coloured vinyl 180g release for this album, originally released on Kent in 1970, featuring both Johnny and Shuggie Otis.
Love is the eponymous debut album by the Los Angeles-based rock band Love, and was released in March 1966 on Elektra Records. Arthur Lee, who was originally from Memphis, Tennessee, but had lived in Los Angeles since he was five, had been recording since 1963 with his bands, the LAG's and Lee's American Four. He had written and also produced the single "My Diary" for Rosa Lee Brooks in 1964 which featured Jimi Hendrix on guitar.
Preston Haines Love (26 April 1921, Omaha, Nebraska – 12 February 2004, Omaha, Nebraska) was a renowned alto saxophonist, bandleader and songwriter from Omaha, Nebraska. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Preston Love Album.
Omaha Nebraska drummer Gary Foster produced this CD - for which he should receive, if there was justice in the recording industry, a Grammy award, several dozen bottles of fancy champagne, a free trip around the world, and the keys to a villa on the French Riviera. Powerless to actually dole out such grand largesse, the humble critic can at least construct a sentence that will hopefully make this drummer feel good about his production venture involving Preston Love: it is too bad all records aren't like this.