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The Nineteenth Whole

Indianapolis soul-jazz trio Nineteenth Entire first played together as back-up music artists for jazz acoustic guitar great Give Green, forming their own group to record the 1972 Smilin’ recording on Eastbound Information. Vibist/vocalist Billy Wooten, organist/vocalist Emanuel Riggins, and drummer “Mad” Harold Cardwell had been joined with a few sessionmen for the LP, including mentioned guitarist Cornell Dupree, who took all of the acoustic guitar solos. The record was solid early-’70s soul-jazz where the music artists sounded convenient with the spirit idiom than many do on releases provided a soul-jazz label, offering five mainly instrumental, lengthy items with cool grooves plus some dazzling organ-vibes-guitar connection. The group also documented a live recording, featuring Wooten, beneath the name Wooden Cup.

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