Memphis Two-Step

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Memphis Two-Step
Studio album by Herbie Mann
Released 1971
Recorded September 1970 - November 1970
Genre jazz, r&b
Label Embryo Records
Producer Herbie Mann
Herbie Mann chronology
Muscle Shoals Nitty Gritty Memphis Two-Step Push Push
1971

Memphis Two-Step is a 1971 album by jazz flutist Herbie Mann. It was released on Mann's Embryo Records label, and distributed by Cotillion Records, a division of Atlantic Records.

Track listing[edit]

  • Side A (tracks 1-4)/Side One (sic) (tracks 5-7)
  1. "Soul Man", Isaac Hayes and David Porter (4:49)
  2. "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down", J. R. Robertson (5:25)
  3. "Memphis Two-Step", Don Sebesky (6:27)
  4. "Down on the Corner", John Fogerty (5:50)
  5. "Guinnevere", David Crosby (8:00)
  6. "Acapulco Rain", Mann (7:54)
  7. "Kabuki Rock", William S. Fischer (5:30)

Personnel[edit]

Production[edit]

Charting[edit]

Embryo Records logo, from the 45 single

The album peaked at #3 on the Billboard Jazz Album chart, #41 on the Billboard R&B Album chart, and #137 on the Billboard 200. "Memphis Two-Step" and "Soul Man" were released as a single.

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References[edit]

  • Memphis Two-Step, Herbie Mann. Embryo Records SD 531 (1971) (liner notes)

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