• Early-'70s Soul-Jazz-Funk Essentials from the Legendary Blue Note Label Collected here.
• Time-Tested Collector Favorite as Selected by Chicago's Dusty Groove Record Store
• Newly Remastered
• Original Album Art
• New Liner Notes by Pat Thomas, Author of Listen, Whitey! The Sights and Sounds of Black Power 1965-1975
• CD Debut
JEREMY STEIG: Wayfaring Stranger. CD
One of the hippest, funkiest, most soulful albums ever from flute man Jeremy Steig – and a rare session for Blue Note! The feel here is a bit more stripped-down than other Steig albums of the time, with an especially strong focus on the bass of Eddie Gomez, who really gives the record a soulful sparkle. Don Alias plays drums, and there’s also some sweet guitar from Sam Brown on the record too. Produced in 1970 by Sonny Lester—never before on CD, and reissued with new liner notes by Pat Thomas and the original gatefold art featuring Gomez’s original notes!
1. In the Beginning
2. Mint Tea
3. Wayfaring Stranger
5. All Is One