Saxophonist Dan Pratt will be a name to watch on the modern jazz scene if this recording is any indication. Done in a Los Angeles/Hollywood area studio with New York-based cats, Pratt establishes a modern jazz sound with an organ combo that is pretty much removed from strict soul-jazz, yet retains that flavor while steaming along in neo-bop fashion. There's some truly astonishing music going on here, due to the fact that Pratt's horn works in crisp tandem lines alongside the trombonist Alan Ferber
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Toe Fat was an English rock music band, active from June 1969 to 1971, notable for including two future members of Uriah Heep and a future member of Jethro Tull. Formed in June 1969, the band was fronted by former Rebel Rouser Cliff Bennett and, in the course of its two-year, two-album career, featured lead guitarist and keyboardist Ken Hensley; bassist John Glascock (who replaced original bassist John Konas (Joseph Stanley Konas)); and drummer Lee Kerslake.
Toe the line" is an idiomatic expression meaning either to conform to a rule or standard, or to stand poised at the starting line in a footrace. Other phrases which were once used in the early 1800s and have the same meaning were toe the mark and toe the plank. YouTube Encyclopedic. Toe The Line - Or Incorrectly but Commonly - Tow The Line - Idioms - ESL British English.