- Released: April 8, 2002
- Label: Warner Spec. Mkt. Uk
- 1.Clap Your Hands
- 2.Wichita Lineman
- 3.South Street Stroll
- 4.Lonely Soul
- 5.No Time to Lose
- 6.Hang 'Em Up
- 7.Good Humor Man
- 8.Midnite Soul
- 9.Soul Turn Around
- 10.A Soul Experiment
2 LPs on 1 CD: Freddie Hubbard/SOUL EXPERIMENT (1969)/Nat Adderley/ AUTOBIOGRAPHY (1965).
Personnel: Freddie Hubbard (trumpet); Carlos Garnett (tenor saxophone); Kenny Baron (piano); Gary Illingworth (organ); Billy Butler, Eric Gale (guitar); Gerry Jemmott (Fender bass); Grady Tate, Bernard Purdy (drums).
Originally released on Atlantic (1526).
Personnel: Nat Adderley (cornet); Seldon Powell (tenor saxophone, flute); Ernie Royal (trumpet); Tony Studd (trombone); Benny Powell (bass trombone); Don Butterfield (tuba); Joe Zawinul (piano); Sam Jones (bass); Bruno Carr, Grady Tate (drums); Victor Pantoja (conga); Willie Bobo (percussion).
Originally released on Atlantic (1439).
This Dutch import edition of Freddie Hubbard's SOUL EXPERIMENT features remastered classics like "South Street Soul" and "Good Humor Man."
This disc pairs separate Atlantic reissues from two of the finest hard bop brass players of all time, Nat Adderley and Freddie Hubbard. A Soul Experiment finds Hubbard grasping for 1969 commercial radio acceptance with shorter songs, and a stab at Jimmy Webb's "Wichita Lineman." A Soul Experiment isn't horrible, but in no way does it represent the artistry of Freddie Hubbard. Nat Adderley, on the other hand, achieved one of his strongest dates with his first post-Riverside, initial Atlantic 1964 release, Autobiography. Classic compositions "Work Song," "Little Boy With the Sad Eyes," "The Old Country," and "Jive Samba" are included with five other Adderley-penned tunes of equal hard bop appeal. ~ Al Campbell