Good Gracious! is an album by jazz saxophonist Lou Donaldson recorded for the Blue Note label in 1963 and performed by Donaldson with Grant Green, Big John Patton, and Ben Dixon.
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B3. Don't Worry 'Bout Me. Companies, etc. Recorded At – Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. Alto Saxophone – Lou Donaldson. Design – Reid Miles. Good Gracious! (LP, Album, RE). Blue Note.
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Lou Donaldson: Good Gracious! by Jim Santella, published on July 1, 1997. Lou Donaldson discovered Grant Green and Big John Patton, recommended them to Blue Note (in effect, initiating their recording careers), and produced some mighty fine recordings in their company. Both Donaldson and guitarist Green have listed Charlie Parker as a prime influence, and it is immediately apparent in the up-tempo blues-based tunes. Patton's foot pedals substitute, naturally, for the bass, and drummer Ben Dixon supplies an adequate beat through all six tracks. The session combines Donaldson's brand of bop with blues, balladry, and gospel.
Artists Lou Donaldson Good Gracious! Good Gracious! Lou Donaldson. This album has an average beat per minute of 119 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 79/177 BPM). Tracklist Good Gracious! 1. Bad John.
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Good Gracious may be Lou Donaldson's record, but guitarist Grant Green and organist John Patton steal the show. Working with a tight, soulful groove laid down by drummer Ben Dixon, the guitarist and organist trade hot lines that often steal the thunder from Donaldson, who nevertheless turns in a robust, tuneful performance. Donaldson's tone is richer and fuller than it is on many of his early-'60s records, and he really connects with the laid-back R&B grooves and soul-jazz vamps on Good Gracious, turning in melodic, memorable solos