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NEW MINI-LP PAPERSLEEVE GATEFOLD REPLICA - This release present the long unavailable sixth solo album by the ultimate rock & roll session man: the legendary LEON RUSSELL. Stop All That Jazz was another stylistic departure for him, and indeed quite an unusual record. On the majority of the album, you will find the same Leon Russell that has made him such a monumental star over the past years. His distinctive voice and piano playing shine throughout the album. The material includes a couple of highly personal versions of songs by Tim Hardin and Bob Dylan, as well as a number of excellent original compositions by Russell. All in all, this is a very fine album by one of the few true superstars of American pop music. Album highlights consist of "If I Were a Carpenter," "Streaker's Ball," "Working Girl," and Dylan's "The Ballad of Hollis Brown."
NEW MINI-LP PAPERSLEEVE GATEFOLD REPLICA - This release present the long unavailable sixth solo album by the ultimate rock & roll session man: the legendary LEON RUSSELL. Stop All That Jazz was another stylistic departure for him, and indeed quite an unusual record. On the majority of the album, you will find the same Leon Russell that has made him such a monumental star over the past years. His distinctive voice and piano playing shine throughout the album. The material includes a couple of highly personal versions of songs by Tim Hardin and Bob Dylan, as well as a number of excellent original compositions by Russell. All in all, this is a very fine album by one of the few true superstars of American pop music. Album highlights consist of "If I Were a Carpenter," "Streaker's Ball," "Working Girl," and Dylan's "The Ballad of Hollis Brown."
8435395502518

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Format: CD
Label: IMT
Rel. Date: 11/23/2018
UPC: 8435395502518

Stop All That Jazz
Artist: Leon Russell
Format: CD
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NEW MINI-LP PAPERSLEEVE GATEFOLD REPLICA - This release present the long unavailable sixth solo album by the ultimate rock & roll session man: the legendary LEON RUSSELL. Stop All That Jazz was another stylistic departure for him, and indeed quite an unusual record. On the majority of the album, you will find the same Leon Russell that has made him such a monumental star over the past years. His distinctive voice and piano playing shine throughout the album. The material includes a couple of highly personal versions of songs by Tim Hardin and Bob Dylan, as well as a number of excellent original compositions by Russell. All in all, this is a very fine album by one of the few true superstars of American pop music. Album highlights consist of "If I Were a Carpenter," "Streaker's Ball," "Working Girl," and Dylan's "The Ballad of Hollis Brown."
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