Grant Green was was an influential jazz guitarist and composer that appeared on many Blue Note recordings as both the lead artist and as a sidekick. Throughout his life and busy career he was quite underrated, but after his death he came to be known as "the father of acid jazz." In 1970, he released his first live recording - Alive. The funky jazz album features his cover of the song Sookie Sookie, which was famously sampled for the basis of Us3's 1993 hit song Tukka Yoot's Riddim. The song was originally recorded in 1966 by songwriter and singer Don Covay. Before Grant Green, the song had been covered by Steppenwolf, and later it was covered by Iggy Pop, The Smashing Pumpkins and others.
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