$16 Life On Planet Groove Revisited CDs Vinyl RB /consimilarity309797.html,Groove,$16,On,Life,Planet,norrenbrockco.com,Revisited,CDs Vinyl , RB /consimilarity309797.html,Groove,$16,On,Life,Planet,norrenbrockco.com,Revisited,CDs Vinyl , RB $16 Life On Planet Groove Revisited CDs Vinyl RB Life On Planet Revisited We OFFer at cheap prices Groove Life On Planet Revisited We OFFer at cheap prices Groove

Life On Planet Revisited We Limited time cheap sale OFFer at cheap prices Groove

Life On Planet Groove Revisited

$16

Life On Planet Groove Revisited

|||

Editorial Reviews

Limited Special 25th Anniversary Edition Remix of a Funk Classic and million seller.

On February 14, 2019, the Godfather of the Funk Saxophone celebrated his 76th birthday and several more anniversaries.

In 1964 James Brown brought Maceo and his brother Melvin on the drums in his steadily more popular band. 50 years ago, Live at the Apollo Volume II, the band of Brown arrived on the musical zenith of the radio, with Pee Wee Ellis as the architect of this new Brown Sound. Maceo still played tenor and Ellis the alto, and the week-long shows at Apollo became legendary.

With Roots Revisited Maceo finally started his career as a bandleader and with Life on Planet Groove, which appeared about 25 years ago, it was finally clear: With 2% Jazz and 98% Funky Staff, this music had been given a new fresh cell treatment and Parker and his old companions Fred Wesley and Pee Wee Ellis were in high form.

Stephan Meyner, the producer of these Maceo classics, delved deep into the archives of Minor Music and discovered the original multi-track analogue tapes of these sessions in the Kölner Stadtgarten, which had extended the carnival season by 3 days for the Kölner Jecken. For friends of vinyl this is a new double LP album with the funk highlights of the concerts, also in much better sound than before.

Life On Planet Groove Revisited

Skip navigation Accessibility information

Your global supplier for materials

See our special offers
See more

Blog

Spotlight on Polycarbonate
Read More
Throwback Thursday: The Discovery of Penicillin
Read More
An insight into Indium
Read More
Throwback Thursday: Artificial Intelligence - the full account
Read More
Throwback Thursday: Teflon
Read More
Polyethylene Terephthalate
Read More
Throwback Thursday: The International Space Station
Read More
The Varying Forms of Boron Nitride
Read More
Throwback Thursday: The History of Refrigeration
Read More
Zinc
Read More
Throwback Thursday: Science Edition: X-ray
Read More
Platinum Mesh
Read More
Throwback Thursday: manufacturing edition: Janssen�s Microscope
Read More
Aluminium Foil
Read More
Throwback Thursday: Science Edition: The Noble Quest
Read More
Polymers: The Goodfellow Performance Pyramid
Read More
Tungsten Wire
Read More
Polyimide Film
Read More
Throwback Thursday: Science Edition: Carbonated Water
Read More
Technical glass applications
Read More
Throwback Thursday: Science edition: The history of fingerprinting
Read More
Throwback Thursday: Science edition: Who brought the spark?
Read More
Nanomaterials in the Automotive Industry
Read More
Kansas City Missouri Home Pride Design Tote Bag Throwback Thursday: Manufacturing Edition: T for Torpedo
Read More
Throwback Thursday: manufacturing edition: Getting your motor running
Read More
Let�s learn more about Nickel Foam
Read More
Zirconia
Read More
Throwback Thursday: Manufacturing Edition: 3D Printing
Read More
Throwback Thursday: Science Edition: Genome Editing
Read More
Welcome to the Materials Hub
Read More
Throwback Thursday: Manufacturing Edition: Mass-Producing Stainless Steel
Read More
Fact File: Everything you need to know about Carbon Nanotubes
Read More
Throwback Thursday: Science Edition: Battling Polio
Read More
A spotlight on light guides: where is the AMS-02 now?
Read More
Silver Linings
Read More
Throwback Thursday: Manufacturing Edition: The Reflecting Telescope
Read More
Metal�s Allies: Metal Alloys
Read More
Throwback Thursday: Science Edition: Roger Penrose�s black holes and Einstein�s theory of relativity
Read More
The need for Nickel Knowledge
Read More
Throwback Thursday: Science Innovation Edition: Discovery of DNA
Read More
Meet the Goodfellow Team: Joel Aleixo
Read More
Graphene Foam Put to Use
Read More
The future of 3D printing
Read More
Our top Ceramic Carbides
Read More
Meet the Goodfellow team: Claire Mills
Read More
THE HIGHS (not lows) of 2020
Read More
Gold � holding its own against frankincense and myrrh
Read More
Going above and beyond: materials needed for space applications
Read More
Meet the Goodfellow Team: Ron Clawson
Read More
Top 4 metals for high-tech nuts and bolts
Read More
Our Top Five 2D Single Crystals for R&D
Read More
Meet the Goodfellow Team: Dr. Aphrodite Tomou
Read More
What are the advantages of High-Density Calcium Silicate in industry?
Read More
What are the top ways of using Graphene?
Read More
What are Perovskites used for?
Read More
The best ways to work with reticulated foams
Read More
Your questions answered: Li-ion batteries
Read More
How to learn and memorise the Periodic Table
Read More
How to bridge the gap between R&D and engineering
Read More
Three surprising facts about Silver
Read More
A quick guide to PLA for 3D printing
Read More
Our top five sustainable materials
Read More
The new normal: how the materials science industry is responding to life during a pandemic
Read More
Development of the Periodic Table
Read More
Welcome to the Goodfellow blog
Read More
Know what you want?
Choose from over
70,000 catalogue
products
Introduction to
Goodfellow
Can't find what
you're looking for?
Bespoke processing,
custom fabrication
& larger quantities
Click Here
Speak to
our expert
team
of scientists and
engineers

Click Here

Currently celebrating 70 years of facilitating scientific innovation, Goodfellow is a leading global supplier of metals, alloys, ceramics, glasses, polymers, compounds, composites and other materials to meet the research, development and specialist production requirements of science and industry. The company has an extensive range of 70,000 catalogue products in multiple forms available off the shelf, most subject to free delivery within 48 hours and with no minimum order quantities.

With over 6000 customers supported by a worldwide network of offices, agents and distributors Goodfellow also offers a comprehensive range of bespoke processing services, effectively operating as an extension of the production team in order to develop custom fabricated components in any quantity required. Our in-house team is comprised of fellow scientists and engineers with extensive knowledge of materials and processing – through their technical expertise and a supporting range of specification tools the company has built an unrivalled reputation for helping to find solutions to even the most challenging of research problems. All of our products are also underpinned by the ISO 9001 quality accreditation.