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THE MAX WEINBERG 7 CD EDITADO EN 2000 HIP-O RECORDS UPC 016402001828 

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THE MAX WEINBERG 7

CD EDITADO EN 2000

HIP-O RECORDS UPC 016402001828

 

UPC : 016402001828
Title : Max Weinberg 7
EAN : 0016402001828
Artist : Max Weinberg
Label : Hip-O Records
Release Date : 2000-10-17

 

Album Features
UPC: 016402001828
Artist: Max Weinberg
Format: CD
Release Year: 2000
Record Label: Hip-O
Genre: Rock & Pop
Number Of Discs: 2


Track Listing
1. Jump Ted!
2. Rock This Joint
3. Nervous Boogie
4. Walk Right In
5. Roadrunner
6. Baby Workout
7. Rockin' Time
8. Okie Dokie Stomp
9. Chi
10. Woody
11. Jam Up
12. Buzz Buzz Buzz
13. Honeydripper
14. Catch 'Em in the Act - (featuring Dr. John)
15. Sincerely
16. Lollipop
17. Last Minute, The

Details
Contributing Artists: Dr. John
Producer: Max Weinberg
Distributor: Universal Distribution
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: n/a


Album Notes
Max Weinberg 7: Max Weinberg (drums); Jimmy Vivino (vocals, guitar); Jerry Vivino (vocals, clarinet, saxophone); Mark Pender (vocals, trumpet); Richie La Bamba (vocals, trombone); Michael Merritt (acoustic & electric bass).Additional personnel includes: Dr. John.Recorded at Sear Sound, New York, New York. Includes liner notes by Max Weinberg.Personnel: Max Weinberg (drums); Jimmy Vivino (vocals, guitar); Jerry Vivino (vocals, clarinet, saxophone); Mark Pender (vocals, trumpet); Dr. John (vocals, piano); Michael Merritt (acoustic bass, electric bass).Liner Note Author: Max Weinberg.Photographer: Mary Ellen Matthews.Arranger: Jimmy Vivino.Fans of the music interspersed throughout Late Night With Conan O'Brien will find The Max Weinberg 7 to be a fun swing-tinged rock album (or maybe a rock-influenced swing album). Led strongly by the vocals and guitar work of Jimmy Vivino as much as the drumwork of the bandleader, the songs are well performed but a little repetitive; many tunes ("Walk Right In," "Jumpted," "Rock This Joint") are essentially the song title repeated over and over with a basic jump blues vamp behind it, which is probably fun on the dance floor but a little tiring in a casual listen. However, the Bobby Day-esque "Buzz, Buzz, Buzz" would sound at home in any '50s jukebox, and the Dr. John-driven "Catch 'Em in the Act" is a great piece of New Orleans true-crime pulp fiction. For the most part, the instrumental pieces sound as though they'll be interrupted by commercials at any moment (just like on Weinberg's TV gig) but the performances are good and the production is bright. New Jersey residents looking for the next E Street Band won't find it here, but fans of well-crafted small-ensemble swing will be satisfied. ~ Zac Johnson