Label: Cadillac Records
** In process of Stocking. 2021 Stock ** Cadillac presents Night Time Is The Right Time - 60s' Soho Sounds by Dudu Pukwana & Bob Stuckey. Recorded at the legendary Ronnie Scott's Old Place, Gerrard Street, Soho, 1967/68 - Recordings from the artists' archives. These rare recordings feature the great South African altoist Dudu Pukwana in a combo with some of the key young players on the 60s London scene at the time and playing more like a young Jackie McLean than the free player of the Brotherhood of Breath. Alongside to be greats like the Mike Westbrook bands and Chris McGregor's groups, the Pukwana/Stuckey outfit were a mainstay of one of the most progressive and productive Soho sessions. Design – David Ilic. Edited By, Mastered By – Bob Stuckey, Martin Davidson. Liner Notes, Producer – John Jack.
Alto Saxophone – Dudu Pukwana (tracks: 1 to 9)
Organ [Hammond Organ] – Bob Stuckey
Guitar – Phil Lee (tracks: 1 to 9), Terry Smith (tracks: 10 to 14)
Drums – John Marshall (tracks: 1 to 9), Martin Hart (tracks: 10 to 14)