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Eddie Harris – Plug Me In

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Plug Me In is an album by American jazz saxophonist Eddie Harris recorded in 1968 and released on the Atlantic label.[1][2] The title is a reference to Harris's use of a Varitone device to electronically amplify and process his saxophone.

This is the album referenced in the first line of Beastie Boys' song So What'cha Want, from their 1992 album Check Your Head.

The Allmusic review calls it "One of Eddie Harris's more underrated sessions... The only real fault to this enjoyable set is that the playing time is under 27 minutes".[3] The record was arranged by another Chicago musician, Charles Stepney, who was mainly associated with Chess Records as a staff writer, arranger and producer at the time. Atlantic's Joel Dorn produced the set.

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Release details

Label: Get On Down
Units: 1
Country: US
Released: 2018
Genre: Jazz
Style: Soul-Jazz


A1 Live Right Now
A2 It'S Crazy
A3 Ballad (For My Love)
B1 Lovely Is Today
B2 Theme In Search Of A T.V. Commercial
B3 Winter Meeting