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9 thoughts on “ Its Too Late - The Meters - Meters Jam (CD, Album) ”

  1. The Meters. Funk/R&B band. Honed Sound in Tough French Quarter Gigs. Unknowingly Made the Charts. Reached Tenuous Heights. Selected discography. Sources. Although the Meters polished their skills as a backing band, their original work as a recording act — particularly a few dozen instrumental sides recorded in the late s — has served as a vital influence on the development of funk.
  2. Jan 16,  · The Meters; Album Sing a Simple Song; Writers Sylvester Stewart; Licensed to YouTube by The Jam - Duration: Graham Central Station - Topic , views.
  3. The Meters are amazing and this review is not about their music, it is about the vinyl pressing. The record itself looks awesome on the colored vinyl, but the record was cut with too much space on the sides and hits the side of the turntable, so it is unplayable. Had /5(50).
  4. AllMusic Review by Ron Wynn. The 10 songs on this CD are a mixed bag, mainly because the Meters insisted on singing and simply weren't great vocalists. Their leads and harmonies on "Come Together" and "Bo Diddley," among others, were exuberant, but didn't add much to the proceedings.4/
  5. After years of being the backing band behind scores of New Orleans R&B hits, Art Neville and crew struck out on their own for this debut album. Includes the classic Sissy Strut, the equally-funky follow-up Sophisticated Strut and 10 more, plus two previously unreleased bonus tracks/5(50).
  6. Jan 13,  · The Meters - Meters Jam I don't own this. This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
  7. Tight rythm section and some great tunes, I bought this after listening to more of Aaron Neville and his brother (who features in The Meters). Some recognisable parts of songs have been sampled by rap acts of the late 80's and early 90's (Public Enemy for one). Highly recommended if /5(63).
  8. The Meters are an American funk band formed in by Zigaboo Modeliste (drums), George Porter Jr. (bass), Leo Nocentelli (guitar), and Art Neville (keyboards) in New akinoragavironkalas.xyzinfo band performed and recorded their own music from the late s until and played an influential role as backing musicians for other artists, including Lee Dorsey, Robert Palmer, Dr. John, and Allen Toussaint.
  9. As the third full-length album released by the Meters, Struttin' may not appear to be drastically different than its predecessors, at least not on the surface. After all, the title of the lead single "Chicken Strut" intentionally recalls their previous biggest "Cissy Strut," and it has the same basic Meters groove. And if the essential sound remains unchanged, that's because that organic.

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