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Limited seven inch vinyl pressing. Lugnut Brand Records is very excited to bring to you this very special, vinyl-only release by The M-Tet plus Two. Bringing in Erik Mekkelson on tenor saxophone and Dave Berger on congas, The M-Tet expands their sound out to six pieces. Inspired heavily by Jimmy McGriff's Organ and Blues Band and his dance-floor classic, "The Worm", The M-Tet gets down to brass tacks and lays out some stuttering organ and funky drums. Larry Grogan of Funky16Corners. Com says about this track, "... sounds like what Young-Holt might have done had they set themselves up around an organ instead of a piano."
Limited seven inch vinyl pressing. Lugnut Brand Records is very excited to bring to you this very special, vinyl-only release by The M-Tet plus Two. Bringing in Erik Mekkelson on tenor saxophone and Dave Berger on congas, The M-Tet expands their sound out to six pieces. Inspired heavily by Jimmy McGriff's Organ and Blues Band and his dance-floor classic, "The Worm", The M-Tet gets down to brass tacks and lays out some stuttering organ and funky drums. Larry Grogan of Funky16Corners. Com says about this track, "... sounds like what Young-Holt might have done had they set themselves up around an organ instead of a piano."
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M-Tet Plus Two - Sal's-u-save Part 1 & 2

Details

Format: Vinyl
Label: LGBD
Rel. Date: 09/23/2016
UPC: 659123073110

Sal's-u-save Part 1 & 2
Artist: M-Tet Plus Two
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock and available for pick up $7.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Sal's-U-Save (Part 1)
2. Sal's-U-Save (Part 2)

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Limited seven inch vinyl pressing. Lugnut Brand Records is very excited to bring to you this very special, vinyl-only release by The M-Tet plus Two. Bringing in Erik Mekkelson on tenor saxophone and Dave Berger on congas, The M-Tet expands their sound out to six pieces. Inspired heavily by Jimmy McGriff's Organ and Blues Band and his dance-floor classic, "The Worm", The M-Tet gets down to brass tacks and lays out some stuttering organ and funky drums. Larry Grogan of Funky16Corners. Com says about this track, "... sounds like what Young-Holt might have done had they set themselves up around an organ instead of a piano."
        
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