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|2.||"Little Booker T" (4:18)|
|3.||"Ain't It Funky Now" (4:10)|
|4.||"Close But No Cigar" (3:30)|
|1.||"Al Greenery" (3:20)|
|2.||"Can I Change My Mind?" (4:08)|
|3.||"Between The Mustard & The Mayo" (4:11)|
|4.||"Raymond Brings The Greens" (3:24)|
|5.||"Walk On By" (4:18)|
We're not sure of the back-story of Devlon Lamarr's eponymous trio, but this debut album for Colemine is an absolute killer. Lamarr is a virtuoso organist, and it's jammed-out Hammond organ and electric piano solos that naturally take centre stage throughout. That said, both drummer David McGraw and guitarist Jimmy James play their part throughout, with the former's ambidextrous fills and the latter's raw licks also catching the ear throughout. Musically, the tracks range from Meters-style heavy funk and lounge soul workouts to a range of cuts more heavily influenced by the blues of John Lee Hooker and the similarly instrumental brilliance of Booker T and the MGs.
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