Brotherly Love

Brother Jack McDuff

Brotherly Love
  • CAT # CCD-4893-25

    1. Hot Barbecue 5:36
    2. Vas Dis 7:27
    3. Kettle Of Fish 5:19
    4. Georgia 7:57
    5. Santa Amalia 5:39
    6. April In Paris 4:40
    7. Time's Marchin' On 9:34
    8. Pork Chops & Pasta 8:08
    9. Rock Candy 11:51

In what would be his last recording session, Brother Jack McDuff reunites
two musicians who were integral members of his popular early '60s
group--one of the most soulful saxophonists on the planet, Red Holloway and
phenomenal Philadelphia guitarist Pat Martino. A special added bonus is
the inclusion of two never-before-released live gems featuring Brother
Jack's musical sparring match with his voracious protege--who, like
Martino, also hails from the city of Brotherly Love--Philly's own B-3 organ
phenomenon, Joey DeFrancesco.

Find out more about Brother Jack McDuff


The blend of Hammond organ, tenor saxophone, guitar, and drums is one of the signature small-group sounds that have come to be identified with… More


"Any Jack McDuff recording is a celebration of funk, blues and jazz. In short, the real deal. But this particular session was a special… More
with Red Holloway, Harold Vick, George Benson, Joe Dukes Recorded June 5, 1963 and October 3, 1963. More
Unlike Jimmy Smith, Brother Jack McDuff's working groups of the Sixties always contained a saxophonist, as well as an up-and-coming guitar star… More