Blowing in the Wind (album)

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Blowing in the Wind
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Studio album by
Released 1967
Recorded August 30, 1966
Genre Jazz
Label Cadet
Producer Esmond Edwards
Lou Donaldson chronology
Fried Buzzard
Blowing in the Wind
Lou Donaldson at His Best
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Blowing in the Wind is an album by jazz saxophonist Lou Donaldson recorded for the Cadet label in 1966 and performed by Donaldson with Herman Foster, Sam Jones, Leo Morris and Richard Landrum.[2]


The album was awarded 3 stars in an Allmusic review by Jason Ankeny who states "Blowing in the Wind is perhaps the most curious and oddly compelling of the dates Lou Donaldson cut for Cadet during his mid-'60s exile from the Blue Note stable — a mish-mash of contemporary pop hits, stage favorites, and standards all packaged in a bizarrely Picasso-like cover, the record's inconsistencies and contradictions make for an experience that's unique even in the context of Esmond Edwards erratic and eclectic oeuvre".[3]

Track listing

All compositions by Lou Donaldson except as indicated
  1. "Herman's Mambo" (Herman Foster)
  2. "Hello, Dolly!" (Jerry Herman)
  3. "Blowin' in the Wind" (Bob Dylan)
  4. "Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)" (Leslie Bricusse, Anthony Newley)
  5. "The Wheeler Dealer"
  6. "Passing Zone"
  7. "Relaxing in Blue"
Recorded at RCA Studios NYC on August 30, 1966




  1. ^ Allmusic Review
  2. ^ Lou Donaldson discography accessed December 11, 2009.
  3. ^ Ankeny, J. Allmusic Review accessed December 11, 2009.
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