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Max Roach - Members, Don't Git Weary album
  • Performer Max Roach
  • Title Members, Don't Git Weary
  • Date of release 1968
  • Country Europe
  • Style Post Bop
  • Other formats MP2 AU ADX DMF MPC AIFF ASF
  • Genre Jazz
  • Size MP3 1418 mb
  • Size FLAC 1999 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 495

Members, Don't Git Weary is an album by American jazz drummer Max Roach recorded in 1968 and released on the Atlantic label. All compositions by Stanley Cowell except as indicated. Libra" (Gary Bartz) - 4:58. Members, Don't Git Weary" (Max Roach) - 5:32.

Simply put this is a killer album every track is ground breaking, Absolutions has a bass line to die for, Effi is also top class and probably the best version of the Stanley Cowell standard, The title track has Andy Bey on vocals, Max roach kills it by playing like a Swiss watch keeping absolute time.

Album · 1968 · 6 Songs. Members, Don't Git Weary. Released: 1 Jun 1968. 1968 Atlantic Recording Corp. Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company.

Protection Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve. Packaging All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.

Album: Members Don't Get Weary. Members Don't Get Weary: Best 2 songs. Max Roach - Libra 04:55. Max Roach - Absolutions 04:40. Album: Members Don't Get Weary. Max Roach: best 2 tracks. Art Taylor, Charles Mingus, George Wallington Trio, Max Roach, Oscar Pettiford, Pierre Michelot - Before Dawn George Wallington Trios: Complete Sessions 1949-1956, 2011 03:27.

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Members, Don't Git Weary (1968).

Members, Don't Git Weary is a superior session, featuring pianist and composer Stanley Cowell from 1968, at a time when Cowell had left his native Toledo, OH, for New York City. It contains three of his most famous compositions - "Abstrutions," "Effi," and the by-now standard "Equipoise.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Abstrutions
Written-By – Stanley Cowell
3:38
A2 Libra
Written-By – Gary Bartz
5:55
A3 Effi
Written-By – Stanley Cowell
6:11
B1 Equipoise
Written-By – Stanley Cowell
6:20
B2 Members, Don't Git Weary
Vocals – Andy BeyWritten-By – Max Roach
5:28
B3 Absolutions
Written-By – Jymie Merritt
4:40

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Atlantic Record Sales
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Recorded At – RCA's Studio B
  • Published By – Stanco
  • Published By – G. Bartz
  • Published By – Jasme
  • Published By – Milma

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Gary Bartz
  • Design [Cover] – Haig Adishian
  • Drums – Max Roach
  • Electric Bass – Jymie Merritt
  • Engineer [Recording] – Paul Goodman
  • Liner Notes – Ed Williams
  • Photography By [Cover] – Chuck Stewart
  • Piano – Stanley Cowell
  • Producer – Joel Dorn
  • Trumpet – Charles Tolliver

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
81227 3618-2 Max Roach Members, Don't Git Weary. ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig) Atlantic, Warner Jazz, Warner Strategic Marketing 81227 3618-2 Europe 2002
ATS-ST 05501, ATS ST 05501 , ATL ST 05501 Max Roach Members, Don't Git Weary ‎(LP) Atlantic, Atlantic, Atlantic ATS-ST 05501, ATS ST 05501 , ATL ST 05501 Italy 1968
588 202 Max Roach Members, Don't Git Weary ‎(LP) Atlantic 588 202 UK 1968
SD 1510 Max Roach Members, Don't Git Weary ‎(LP, RE) Atlantic SD 1510 US Unknown
81227 3618 1 Max Roach Members, Don't Git Weary. ‎(LP, Album, RE) Atlantic, Warner Jazz 81227 3618 1 Germany 2002


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artman
Is there no Canadian pressing? Can anyone verify this? thanks.
Kulalbine
Simply put this is a killer album every track is ground breaking, Absolutions has a bass line to die for, Effi is also top class and probably the best version of the Stanley Cowell standard, The title track has Andy Bey on vocals, Max roach kills it by playing like a Swiss watch keeping absolute time. Every artist is playing at their peak in total unisonThis album sets the rules others will be judged by need i say more...