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Lee Dorsey - Ride Your Pony - Get Out of My Life Woman (1966) [Remastered 2010]

Jazz, Blues, Pop | Author: artmuss | 31-07-2018, 10:08
Lee Dorsey - Ride Your Pony - Get Out of My Life Woman (1966) [Remastered 2010]Artist: Lee Dorsey
Title Of Album: Ride Your Pony - Get Out of My Life Woman
Year Of Release: 1966/2010
Label (Catalog#): Rev-Ola/Stateside [CR REV 298]
Country: United States
Genre: Rhythm & Blues, Bayou Funk, Soul
Quality: FLAC (*tracks,cue,log)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 59:32
Full Size: 304 mb

Lee Dorsey is one of my Top 10 Vocalists, at the top of the list with the likes of Solomon Burke, Joe Strummer, and Sam Cooke. However, Dorsey's vocal delivery is completely unique in the way it's so chilled-out and yet so funky. Heck, he can even make a song like "Shortnin' Bread" sound like a funky power relaxer, and he does exactly that (to the letter) on Ride Your Pony.
Just try to listen to Lee Dorsey while sitting still. It's impossible! The title track, "Ride Your Pony," has me bouncing all over the place, every single time! Even when Allen Toussaint & Co. bring the tempo down, like on "So Long," "Work Work Work," or "The Greatest Love," you'll find yourself swaying or drumming on your lap or tapping your feet to the deep, deep funk.
Lee Dorsey is one of the most colourful personalities of all popular music, a former boxer who was humble enough and down-to-earth enough to return to his job as a mechanic (Dorsey was actually discovered singing while he worked on a car) when he wasn't recording songs with New Orleans legend Allen Toussaint. Lee's wonderful personality is all over every nook and cranny of these songs, from the delightful call-and-response of "People I Wish You Could See" (no one could pull off that kind of song with the grace that Dorsey does) to the relaxed urgency of "Here Comes The Hurt Again" (again, no one but Dorsey could do it).
So Ladies & Gentlemen, this is Lee Dorsey. He's everything I love about music. He's the genuine article. A true unique spirit that redefines cool with real panache. Baby, it's all right!


1. Lee Dorsey – Ride Your Pony (02:51)
2. Lee Dorsey – The Kitty Kat Song (02:06)
3. Lee Dorsey – Shortnin' Bread (02:52)
4. Lee Dorsey – So Long (02:31)
5. Lee Dorsey – People, I Wish You Could See (02:05)
6. Lee Dorsey – Work, Work, Work (02:26)
7. Lee Dorsey – Get Out Of My Life, Woman (02:26)
8. Lee Dorsey – Here Comes The Hurt Again (02:32)
9. Lee Dorsey – Hello Mama (02:30)
10. Lee Dorsey – Can You Hear Me (02:13)
11. Lee Dorsey – The Greatest Love (02:19)
12. Lee Dorsey – Feelin' (02:02)
13. Lee Dorsey – I Can't Get Away (02:14)
14. Lee Dorsey – Go-Go Girl (02:22)
15. Lee Dorsey – I Can Hear You Callin' (02:35)
16. Lee Dorsey – My Old Car (01:59)
17. Lee Dorsey & Betty Harris – Love Lots Of Loving (02:59)
18. Lee Dorsey & Betty Harris – Take Care Of Our Love (03:16)
19. Lee Dorsey – Vista, Vista (02:41)
20. Lee Dorsey – Cynthia (03:15)
21. Lee Dorsey – Wonder Woman (02:40)
22. Lee Dorsey – Four Corners - Part I (03:04)
23. Lee Dorsey – Four Corners - Part II (02:59)



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