Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by saxophonist56, Feb 11, 2012.
she sang "the cleanup woman" she laid down the law on letterman!
I dig r/b drummers, man. diggggg such great feel.
That was killer but imagine my surprise... thought it said Betty White.
I remember when it was a hit on the top 40, I am thinking it was 1971.
Nice to know she is still out there doing it. I wish I had seen it but friday nights are gig nights........
I wonder who did that nice guitar work on that song, as well as the production. Nice guitar sound.
Of course the whole band is tight but that damn drummer is in that pocket. Do ya hear that hi hat opening and closing? He has it going on.
fresh. inspirational. in the pocket. stone cold groove.
Here's Vivian Vance Kelly doing a cover. The great Willie Hayes on drums.
'Oorah the original of this tune, w/ those 3 or so interlocking rhythm gtr. parts!!
interviewed by dick clark on american bandstand
I love this stuff
Fantastic stuff. Supernatural-tight rhythm section too. 'Clean-up woman' was a classic for sure, but my favourite is 'Pain' from the 80s. One of these productions that builds up without you even realising it. Then Betty hits you with that note.....