April 20, 2006

Mitch Ryder - The Detroit-Memphis Experiment

The year, 1969. Combine the hottest studio band in Memphis with the king of blue-eyed Detroit rock and you get the Detroit-Memphis Experiment. Produced by the funkiest white man to have walked this earth, Steve Cropper (tied with Donald Dunn), Mitch Ryder combines the grittiness of Northern rock with the rhythm of Memphis.

For those that love that Stax sound. As Mitch said, "It's still rhythm and blues, but more than anything, it's still good music." And in the end, who can ask for anything more?

Mitch Ryder, Booker T, Donald Dunn, Al Jackson Jr, and the Memphis Horns. 'Nuf said.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks for this. never heard of this guy before.

sounds nice

3:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'd give my left one if you could re-post this?! I have been dying to here this album forever. Thank you tons if you can do this & take care

6:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i ve been looking 4 this album
wont u plez post again,if u can?


9:15 PM  

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