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I think that was partly the effect of 'Sidewinder', which spent seven months on the pop charts. Then Blue Note had to cope with another big hit - 'Song for my father'. Don't forget, the label was a bit of a one man, one lad and a dog firm. How much in the way of manpower resource does a firm need to handle a big hit album? 'Search for the new land' was delayed a bit longer than was usual with Blue Note, as a result, but was on the R&B chart in September 1966.
Agree With Chewy
Exception, at least when I saw his name as leader or sideman, Jackie.
Otherwise, and if any of these other great musicians have already been mentioned...
VERY, VERY INTERESTING. I have been coplaining about this for years. Then again I cant find decent tacos here either. But changing tastes are stupid--- they want fancy and trendy, not down home and filling. Dog theres a German town 100 mi away where i could get pork cutlet but its a freaking 2 lane highway not freeeway and i dont know really wanna drive back 100 mi on a 2 lane highway after slamming pork cutlet, if it was freeway, no prob