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Mosaic Select 6: John Patton

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Big John Patton

Label: Mosaic Records
Released: 2004
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Track Listing

DISC ONE 1. The Silver Meter (A) 5:39 (Ben Dixon) 2. I'll Never Be Free (A) 5:00 (G.D. Weiss-B. Benjamin) 3. Spiffy Diffy (A) 6:00 (Ben Dixon) 4. Along Came John (A) 6:00 (John Patton) 5. Gee Gee (A) 5:59 (John Patton) 6. Pig Foots (A) 5:42 (Ben Dixon) 7. The Rock (B) 7:24 (John Patton) 8. The Way I Feel (B) 8:29 (John Patton) 9. Jerry (B) 6:41 (John Patton) 10. Davene (B) 7:20 (John Patton) 11. Just ? (B) 6:47 (John Patton) DISC TWO 1. Fat Judy (C) 7:40 (Ben Dixon) 2. Oh Baby (C) 6:17 (John Patton) 3. Each Time (C) 5:39 (John Patton) 4. One To Twelve (C) 7:51 (John Patton) 5. Night Flight (C) 6:34 (Harold Vick) 6. Good Juice (C) 6:32 (John Patton) 7. String Bean (D) 5:51 (John Patton) 8. I Want To Go Home (D) 8:30 (John Patton) 9. Early A.M. (D) 7:17 (John Patton) DISC THREE 1. Dirty Fingers (D) 6:07 (John Patton) 2. Minor Swing (D) 6:32 (John Patton) 3. Daddy James (D) 6:36 (Jimmy Watson) 4. Ding Dong (E) 5:28 (Harold Alexander) 5. Congo Chant (E) 9:05 (John Patton) 6. Alfie's Theme (E) 4:40 (Sonny Rollins) 7. Soul Man (E) 6:13 (D. Porter-I. Hayes) 8. Understanding (E) 6:52 (M. Nash-S. Gary) 9. Chitlins Con Carne (E) 6:30 (Kenny Burrell)

Personnel

Big John Patton
Big John Patton

organ, Hammond B3

Additional Personnel / Information

Big John Patton (organ) with Harold Vick, Richard Williams, Grant Green, Ben Dixon, Harold Alexander, Hugh Walker, and others.


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