July 6, 2008

Lee Dorsey – The New Lee Dorsey, Stateside 1966

Dear Global Groover,
Until now we have been posting only Tropical Musicstyles at
‘Global Groove’, and ofcourse we shall continue to do so.
The blog’s title, however, indicates that we shall also start
to blend in some genres, looking from a broader perspective.
Black Music, in general, always had my first attention, and from
today I’ll post some other black styles too, like New Orleans Soul.
This album has always been one of my favourites, listen !


1 Working in the coalmine
2 Can you hear me
3 The greatest love
4 A mellow goodtime
5 Mexico
6 Get out of my life, woman
7 Ride your pony
8 Confusion
9 Holy cow
10 Don’t you ever ( leave me )
11 Neighbour’s daughter
12 A little dab a do ya


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  1. philippe 2 October 2008 at 16:18 - Reply

    what? no-one has posted a thank you for this great vinyl rip !
    it’s a shame, this is funkastic !

  2. moos 2 October 2008 at 17:19 - Reply

    One of my absolute Favs..
    thanks Philippe

  3. roger1609 24 November 2008 at 20:21 - Reply

    truly brilliant than you

  4. Andre 19 February 2009 at 04:10 - Reply

    thanks i was lookin for this

  5. Anonymous 23 August 2009 at 18:38 - Reply

    Sorry man, the link is dead. Bring it to live please.

  6. doc patcheko 24 October 2009 at 12:07 - Reply

    Been diggin through your incredible blog for the past few days.

    I’d love to hear this one. Please re-up. It would be much much appreciated.

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