Smith, Lonnie Dr: Breathe (Limited Edition) (Pink Vinyl)

Smith, Lonnie Dr SKU: 42349044
Smith, Lonnie Dr: Breathe (Limited Edition) (Pink Vinyl)

Smith, Lonnie Dr: Breathe (Limited Edition) (Pink Vinyl)

Smith, Lonnie Dr SKU: 42349044

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $42.99

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Title: Breathe (Limited Edition) (Pink Vinyl)
Artist: Smith, Lonnie Dr
Label: Blue Note Import
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 602438552061
Genre: Jazz

Limited Edition 2 x LP pressing on Pink vinyl. Breathe captures the Hammond B-3 organ legend Dr. Lonnie Smith during his 75th birthday run at the Jazz Standard in NYC in 2017, the same week he recorded his acclaimed trio album All In My Mind. On this night the good doctor took the stage with an expanded line-up featuring Jonathan Kreisberg on guitar, Johnathan Blake on drums, John Ellis on tenor saxophone, Jason Marshall on baritone saxophone, Sean Jones on trumpet, and Robin Eubanks on trombone. Two additional studio tracks that open and close the album present the unique collaboration between Doc and Iggy Pop including a sublime cover of Donovan's 1966 hit "Sunshine Superman."

1.1 Why Can’t We Live Together (Feat. Iggy Pop)
1.2 Bright Eyes
1.3 Too Damn Hot
1.4 Track 9
2.1 World Weeps
2.2 Pilgrimage
2.3 Sunshine Superman (Feat. Iggy Pop)
2.4 Epistrophy
2.5 Move Your Hand (Feat. Iggy Pop)
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