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Title:
Doin' Something
Performer:
Soulive
Style:
Jazz-Funk,Soul Jazz,Acid Jazz,Jam Bands,Post-Bop,Fusion
Duration:
01:00:21
Released:
March 13, 2001
Date of recording:
October 10, 2000 - October 13, 2000
Location:
Avatar Studios, New York, NY
FLAC album size:
1229 mb
MP3 album size:
1740 mb
Other formats:
MIDI MOD XM ADX AU RA
Genre:
Rating:
4.1

Wait 2- Doin' Something 3- Evidence 4- One in Seven 5- Bridge to 'Bama 6- Cannonball 7- Shaheed 8- Romantic 9- Solid 10- Roll the Tape 12- Jo. .UMG (от лица компании "EMI"); BMI - Broadcast Music In. и другие авторские общества (2). Композиция. UMG; ARESA, BMG Rights Management, CMRRA, BMI - Broadcast Music In. и другие авторские общества (3).

Doin' Something, Soulive's Blue Note debut and second album overall, sees the organ-based groove-jazz trio creatively stretching beyond their heralded debut, Turn It Out. Where that session was a lean, live cooker that cemented the trio's appeal to the acid-jazz and jam-band crowd, Doin' Something reaps the rewards of time spent in the studio-there are overdubs and, more importantly, an ambitious, varied overall vision

Soulive: Doin' Something by Glenn Astarita, published on April 1, 2001. The organ/guitar/drums trio known as Soulive, reaps the benefits of soul godfather, James Brown’s heralded trombonist Fred Wesley, who arranges and performs on selected pieces in concert with a four-man horn section. And while this band generates nothing conceptually new, they do manage to stir up quite a bit of excitement throughout these eleven vibrant pieces. On their newly released Blue Note Records debut titled, Doin’ Something the musicians’ provide us with a funk-soul brew that often rekindles memories of similar excursions witnessed during the often exploratory 70's.

Doin' Something is an album by Soulive that was released on March 13, 2001. It was produced by Jeff Krasno, Bob Brockman and Yaron Fuchs. The album is the group's third release since their formation in 1999. With this album, Soulive builds upon the creative momentum established in their previous two albums (Get Down! and Turn It Out) while experimenting with new melodic and rhythmic ideas.

Album year: 2001 And Wait 04:05. Soulive - One In Seven 05:16. Soulive - Solid 04:53. Soulive - Roll The Tape 05:23. Soulive - Doin' Something 06:42. Soulive - Evidence 04:33. Next - Amel Larrieux, Black Thought, Soulive, Talib Kweli. Steady Groovin' - Soulive.

Soulive - Shaheed - Doin' Something. Album: Doin' Something, 2001. Has been played on. Greece 11.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Hurry up... And Wait Neal Evans Soulive feat: Alan Evans / Neal Evans / Eric Krasno 4:05
2 Doin' Something Eric Krasno Soulive feat: Alan Evans / Neal Evans / Sam Kininger / Eric Krasno / Jeremy Pelt / Jacques Schwarz-Bart / Fred Wesley 6:45
3 Evidence Alan Evans Soulive feat: Alan Evans / Neal Evans / Eric Krasno 4:33
4 One In Seven Neal Evans Soulive feat: Alan Evans / Neal Evans / Eric Krasno 5:16
5 Bridge to 'Bama Eric Krasno Soulive feat: Alan Evans / Neal Evans / Eric Krasno / Jacques Schwarz-Bart 7:23
6 Cannonball Eric Krasno Soulive feat: Alan Evans / Neal Evans / Sam Kininger / Eric Krasno / Jeremy Pelt / Jacques Schwarz-Bart / Fred Wesley 5:41
7 Shaheed Neal Evans Soulive feat: Alan Evans / Neal Evans / Eric Krasno 5:38
8 Romantic Alan Evans / Neal Evans / Eric Krasno Soulive feat: Alan Evans / Neal Evans / Eric Krasno / Stephanie McKay 5:20
9 Solid Alan Evans Soulive feat: Alan Evans / Neal Evans / Eric Krasno 4:53
10 Roll the Tape Eric Krasno Soulive feat: Alan Evans / Neal Evans / Sam Kininger / Eric Krasno / Jeremy Pelt / Jacques Schwarz-Bart / Fred Wesley 5:23
11 Joe Sample Adam Deitch / Eric Krasno Soulive feat: Alan Evans / Neal Evans / Eric Krasno 5:24

Credits

Bob Brockman - Engineer, Mixing
Adam Deitch - Composer
Alan Evans - Composer, Drums, Primary Artist
Neal Evans - Composer, Organ, Piano, Primary Artist, Wurlitzer
Yaron Fuchs - Engineer, Mixing
Gordon H. Jee - Creative Director
Sam Kininger - Primary Artist, Sax (Alto)
Eric Krasno - Composer, Drums, Primary Artist
Andrew MacNaughtan - Photography
Stephanie McKay - Primary Artist, Vocals
Jeremy Pelt - Primary Artist, Trumpet
Jacques Schwarz-Bart - Horn Arrangements, Primary Artist, Sax (Tenor)
Soulive - Mixing, Primary Artist, Producer
Fred Wesley - Guest Artist, Horn Arrangements, Primary Artist, Trombone
Eli Wolf - Executive Producer, Liner Notes
Burton Yount - Art Direction, Design
Leon Zervos - Mastering
Reviews:
  • Burirus
Here we have Soulive's second official album their first for legendary jazz label BlueNote Records. In my opinion this is a great album and I felt I needed to offer another point of view from the rather dismal review presented by AllMusic for this album. Here on Doin' Something Soulive is still sticking sound wise to its roots in 60s and early 70s soul jazz by Grant Green, Groove Holmes, Jimmy Smith and Leon Spencer Jr. While at the same time trying to bring in touches of what was going on in modern jazz at the time this came out in 2001. There are several guests in the horns by members of NYC's fertile jazz scene such as tenor sax man Jaques Swartz Bartz and Jeremy Pelt on trumpet. Then you've got the direct link to the music of James Brown through trombone player/arranger Fred Wesley who arranged the horn parts found here. I need to point out that vocalist Stephanie McKay does not sing on eight of the albums tracks but only one called Romantic which is a really grooving tune that comes off very well in my opinion. My all time stand out track from this album is Eric Krazno's title track Bridge to Bama. In my opinion this might not be the right Soulive album people new to the band should hear first because it isn't as strong as their previous album Turn It Out and its successor Next. I think it's still a 5 star work once you listen and give it a chance. Check it out!