|George Freeman - Man & Woman
|Studio album by George Freeman
||Bell Sound Studios, NYC
|George Freeman chronology
|New Improved Funk
|Man & Woman
"Man & Woman" is an album by American jazz guitarist George Freeman recorded in 1974 and released on the Groove Merchant label.
Allmusic's Jason Ankeny said: "While Man & Woman embraces a mellower approach than guitarist George Freeman's other Groove Merchant dates, it's by no means the late-night boudoir record its erotic cover suggests – the stripped-down, nuanced sound instead adheres to a relatively straightforward soul-jazz formula, more focused and earthbound in its orientation than the average Freeman session. ... the guitarist embraces the change of pace, settling comfortably into the music's slow, slinky grooves – not only are his solos as imaginative as before, but they also boast a rippling sensuality otherwise absent from his previous records".
- "Till There Was You" (Meredith Wilson) – 5:07
- "You've Changed" (Carl Fischer, Bill Carey) – 5:53
- "I Ain't Got Nobody" (Spencer Willaims, Roger Graham) – 4:31
- "Groovy Lady" (George Freeman) – 4:49
- "Funny How Time Slips Away" (Willie Nelson) – 5:08
- "Squeeze Me" (Fats Waller, Clarence Williams) – 6:04
- "Stardust" (Hoagy Carmichael, Mitchell Parish) – 4:00
- "Georgia On My Mind" (Carmichael, Stuart Gorrell) – 6:07
- George Freeman – guitar
- Harold Maburn Jr. − piano, electric piano
- Kenny Barron − electric piano
- Bobby Cranshaw – bass
- Buddy Williams (tracks 1–5 & 7), Bernard Trapps (tracks 6 & 8) – drums
George Freeman - Man & Woman
U.S. Groove Merchant GM 3305 stereo (1974).
The vinyl record attains a Mint- grading, suggesting very few plays.
Audio quality is very clear and strong throughout.
Both record centre labels are clean, unmarked, and free from tears, stains or stickers.
The album's laminated gatefold cover is in excellent condition, displaying only minimal signs of wear.
The album cover has a strong undamaged spine, displaying very clear, printed script.