Compressors limiters & gates. Music software & VST instruments. Studio amplifiers & preamps. Cables & adapters. Cases, storage & stands. Red Rodney Sextet - "Dig This Menu Please". 15. Goodie Mob - "Soul Food". 16. Hugh Brodie - "Corn Bread & Beans". 17. Dr John - "Pots On Fiyo (File Gumbo)/ Who I Git To Fall On (If The Pot Get Heavy)". 18. The Carter Brothers - "Roast Possum".
Now, I would generally disagree with anybody who wanted to convince me of the crucial interrelatedness of a certain style of music and the corresponding style of cooking to complement the music. Suppose Mozart grew up eating not the fluffy pastry so typical of certain regions of Austria, but instead, let’s say smoked salmon and dark brea. .
Soulfood is a cookbook with 68 recipes for Real African American Cooking collected by Sven Katmando Christ. It comes with a compilation featuring music by Bo Diddley, Chuck Womack & The Sweet Souls, RZA, Andre Williams and others. Published by Trikont in 2012. Soulfood – Food & Music, Fat & Yummy. Contributed by Florian Hardwig on Jan 31st, 2017. Artwork published in.
Food, in this case the so-called Soul Food of the South, is not only mentioned in many songs, rhymes, ditties, and even folklore; in this very cultural environment, it determines the roots of many musicians and their relation to people of the same origin, be it regional (the South) or aesthetical (African-American in style). And this certain cuisine, being brought into the cities as early as the first big migration, had necessarily an impact on the music of the city. Just like on electric RnB, city blues, soul and obviousl. n jazz at each step in its. Another piece of good news: Any purchase goes together with the free download of the book as a digital file.
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|1||–Bo Diddley||Soul Food
Written-By – Ellas Mc Daniel*
Written-By – Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Eddie Holland*
|3||–Junior Walker & The All Stars||Home Cookin'
Written-By – Eddie Willis, Henry Cosby, Melvin Pernell Moy*
|4||–Chuck Womack & The Sweet Souls||Ham Hocks & Beans
Written-By – Chuck Womack
|5||–Willie Bobo||Fried Neck Bones And Some Homefries
Written-By – Melvin Lastie, Willie Bobo
|6||–The Poets Of Rhythm||Strokin' The Grits
Written-By – B. Baral*, J. Whiteﬁeld*, M. Whiteﬁeld*
Written-By – Elgin Turner, Robert Diggs
|8||–Southside Revue||Chittlins / Part 1
Written By – C.Colbert, E.Silvers
|9||–Rufus Thomas||Greasy Spoon
Written-By – Bonny Rice, David Porter, Isaac Hayes, Joe Shamwell
|10||–The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band*||Fried Okra
Written-By – Fred Smith
|11||–Andre Williams||Pig Snoots
Written-By – Andre Williams , Oliver Sain Jr.*
Written-By – Brown*, Steve Cropper
|13||–Oscar Brown Jr.||Watermelon Man
Written-By – Oscar Brown Jr.
|14||–Red Rodney Sextet||Dig This Menu Please!
Written-By – Robert Rodney*
|15||–Goodie MoB||Soul Food
Written-By – Brandon Bennett*, Cameron Gipp, Patrick Brown, Ray Murray, Rico Wade, Robert Barnett, Thomas Callaway, Willie Knighton
|16||–Hugh Brodie||Corn Bread And Beans
Written-By – Hugh Brodie
|17||–Dr. John||Pots On Fiyo (Filé Gumbo) / Who I Got To Fall On (If The Pot Get Heavy)
Written-By – Mac Rebennack Alias Dr. John Creabux*
|18||–The Carter Brothers||Roast Possum
Written By – C. Hall
- Distributed By – Indigo – 804422
- Manufactured By – Optimal Media GmbH – AC86214
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Trikont
- Copyright (c) – Trikont
- Compiled By – Sven "Katmando" Christ
- Photography By – Silvio Knezevic
NotesThe Box Set consists of
- "Book 156 Pages With 68 Recipes,"
- "CD With 18 Tracks"
- "Plus Download Code."
The Book is written and the CD is compiled by Sven "Katmando" Christ.
The Book is subtitled "The Roots Of African American Cooking".
The CD is subtitled "The Sound Of African American Cooking".
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4 015698 044225
- Label Code: LC 04270
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Matrix / Runout: TRIKONT CD 80442-2 AC86214-01 manufactured by optimal media GmbH ifpi L573
|US-0442-1||Various||Soulfood - Food & Music, Fat & Yummy (2xLP, Comp)||Trikont||US-0442-1||Germany||2012|