A Big Time Operator - Zoot Money's Big Roll Band

[Updated: July 22, 2006]

A Big Time Operator - Zoot Money

Title:A Big Time Operator - Zoot Money's Big Roll Band
Medium:2CD
Label:Castle Music
Catalogue number:-
Release date:2005
Tracks:
  1. I Got You (I Feel Good)
  2. Smack Dab In The Middle
  3. Boot Leg
  4. Train Train
  5. Ain't That Peculiar
  6. People Gonna Talk
  7. It Should've Been Me
  8. Hallelujah I Love Her So
  9. Self Discipline
  10. Rock Me Baby
  11. Stormy Monday Blues
  12. Oh Mom (Teach Me How To Uncle Willie)
  13. When I Meet My Baby
  14. Blues March
  15. You Don't Know Like I Know
  16. Big Time Operator
  17. Hide Nor Hair
  18. Haunted House
  19. La La La La La/The In Crowd
  20. Barefootin'
Disc 2
  1. Let The Good Times Roll
  2. Hallelujah I Love Her So
  3. Let's Run For Cover
  4. Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever
  5. Rock
  6. People Gonna Talk
  7. Smack Dab In The Middle
  8. Nothing's Gonna Change This Love
  9. Florence Of Arabia
  10. Your One And Only Man
  11. Look At You Now
  12. Arkansas
  13. Good To Be Alive
  14. Following You
  15. It Ain't Easy
  16. Six Days On The Road
  17. Wild Women And Desperate Men
  18. Geneva/Good Luck Soul
  19. Captain America
  20. Let The Good Times Roll
Remarks:The tracks which comprise Disc 1 and the first 10 tracks of Disc 2 were recorded live in London in 1965 & 1966, and feature the classic Big Roll Band line-up: Zoot (voc/kbds), Paul Williams (voc/bass gtr), Herbie Goins (voc), Andy Summers (gtr), Colin Allen (drums), Nick Newall (sax/flute), Johnny Almond (sax) & Geoff Condon (trumpet).
Disc 2 is augmented by a number of solo Zoot Money recordings from 1972 (tracks 11-16), plus four live cuts (track 17-20) from the 1995 Alexis Korner Memorial Concert, which find Zoot in similar form to his mid-60's heyday. Backing him on these latter sides are Colin Hodgkinson, Ray Warleigh, Alan Skidmore and Tim Franks.

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