Lytle, Johnny: Loop

Lytle, Johnny SKU: 43617029
Lytle, Johnny: Loop

Lytle, Johnny: Loop

Lytle, Johnny SKU: 43617029

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Loop
Artist: Lytle, Johnny
Label: Beat Goes Public BGP
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 029667017015
Genre: Soul/R & B

Vibes player Johnny Lytle was one of the heroes of the early acid jazz club circuit, with his cuts 'Selim' and 'The Man' being anthems of the scene. The Ohio-born player's first album as a leader was on the Jazzland label in 1962 with "Nice And Easy". His second, three years later, on Riverside, "The Village Caller", made him a star in the jazz world. When Riverside encountered difficulties, co-owner Orrin Keepnews collaborated with Lytle on two albums which came out on the Detroit label, Tuba. The first of these, "The Loop", featured his regular trio partners, organist Milt Harris and drummer "Peppy" Hinnant. This line-up was augmented on some tracks by former Miles Davis pianist Wynton Kelly and bassist George Duvivier. A 7" version of the title track actually spent five weeks in the Billboard Hot 100 in January 1966. As for the album, as well as the acid jazz cut 'The Man', it features a stunning version of Duke Pearson's 'Cristo Redentor' and the dancefloor-friendly 'Possum Grease' and 'Hot Sauce'. The band also stretch out on extended track 'The Shyster'. "The Loop" is a classic album and Ace's pressing is the first time it has been legally reissued on vinyl.

1.1 The Loop
1.2 The More I See You
1.3 The Man
1.4 Time After Time
1.5 Big Bill
1.6 Possum Grease
1.7 Cristo Redentor
1.8 The Shyster
1.9 My Romance
1.10 Hot Sauce
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