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Root Down is a 1972 live jazz album by Jimmy Smith, released on the Verve label. It was recorded in Los Angeles on February 8, 1972. It includes the song "Root Down (And Get It)" which was sampled by the Beastie Boys for their song "Root Down."

Track listing

  1. "Sagg Shootin' His Arrow" (Jimmy Smith) – 7:09
  2. "For Everyone Under the Sun" (Peter Chase) – 5:56
  3. "After Hours" – 7:45
  4. "Root Down (And Get It)" (Smith) – 7:44
  5. "Let's Stay Together" (Al Green) – 6:30
  6. "Slow Down Sagg" (Smith) – 6:43

2000 remastered edition (Verve By Request series)

  1. "Introduction" (Hidden Track) - 2:07
  2. "Sagg Shootin' His Arrow" [Unedited version] – 11:45
  3. "For Everyone Under the Sun" – 5:55
  4. "After Hours" – 7:51
  5. "Root Down (And Get It)" [Unedited version] – 12:39
  6. "Let's Stay Together" – 6:27
  7. "Slow Down Sagg" [Unedited version] – 10:22
  8. "Root Down (And Get It)" [Previously unissued alternative version] – 12:13

Personnel

Reissue personnel
  • Hollis King - art direction
  • Sherniece Smith - art producer
  • Carlos Kase - audio supervisor, producer, research coordination
  • Ed Green - engineer
  • Jack Hunt
  • Mark Smith - producer, research assistant
  • Tom Greenwood - producer, research coordination
  • John Wriggle
  • Eric Miller - producer, supervising editor, supervising engineer
  • Bryan Koniarz - production coordination
  • Ben Young - research




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