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Fire Eater

Rusty Bryant

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Fire Eater
Rusty Bryant
9:35
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Free At Last
Rusty Bryant
8:37
3
The Hooker
Rusty Bryant
9:30
4
Mister S.
Rusty Bryant
7:34
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    35:16
"... (the title track is one of) the greatest and most sought-after anthems of the acid jazz craze ... undoubtedly (Bryant's) best ... the cornerstone of his musical legacy ... required listening ..."
- All About Jazz

Recorded and released in 1971 on Prestige Records, this historic reissue finds saxophonist Rusty Bryant grooving hard on a stretched-out, funky set of four originals with a combo that features Idris Muhammad on drums, Wilbert Longmire on guitar and both Bill Mason and Leon Spencer Jr. on organ. While perhaps not as instantly recognizable by name as other greats of tenor saxophone such as John Coltrane and Sonny Rollins, Bryant’s fiery and athletic approach here sets him apart from his peers as a force to be reckoned with.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Concord Music Group Studio Masters

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