Maceo Parker Discography
Maceo parker complete album collection from "Doin' Their Own Thing" (1970) to his last opus "Made By Maceo" (2003). Track list, audio preview, personnels, informations, reviews and many more.
Maceo Parker Singles Collection
® & © 2005 Bhm
Made By Maceo
Produced by Maceo Parker, Jaochim Becker - ® & © 2003 What Are Records?
Produced by Daniel Wise, Prince - ® & © 2000 What Are Records?
Produced by Daniel Wise - ® & © 1998 What Are Records?
® & © 1994 Minor Music
My First Name is Maceo
Produced by Markus Gruber, Stefan Meiner, Maceo Parker - ® 1994 Allegro Corporation © 2004 Musidisc
® & © 1993 Jive Novus / Minor Music
Life On Planet Groove
® & © 1992 Minor Music
® & © 1991 Minor Music
Another funky outing from James Brown's legendary alto saxophonist, Mo' Roots continues with the same tight grooves and canny cover selection of Roots Revisited.
® & © 1990 Verve
Retains all the nasty ingredients that make us snap our fingers and twist our bodies, but it dishes up the funk with a generous sprinkling of individual jazz expression.
For All the King's Men
® & © 1989 4th & Broadway
This album was a comeback for a number of people including Maceo, Bootsy, Sly, Bobby Byrd, etc. and predated Maceo's hugely successful jazz album Roots Revisited by a few months.
Funky Music Machine
® & © 1975 House of Fox/ El Cello
It's trouble when the liner notes mention Maceo & All the King's Men's "blending of R&B, pop, easy listening, and Top 40." Funky Music Machine does nothing to disprove that ominous foreshadowing.
® & © 1973 Polydor
In 1974, James Brown wrote this album after one more Maceo's come back . "The Soul Of The Black Man" is a beautiful mutual tribute between the two men.
Doin' Their Own Thing
Produced by Ray Riley, B.B. Cunningham - ® & © 1970 Fuel 2000 Records
Principally recorded at Sound Of Memphis Studios, Memphis, Tennessee in 1970. Includes liner notes by Phyllis Wickham and Cliff White.
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