here's a beautiful record i picked up the other day. definitely one for the fans of that 70's sound. give a listen, you wont be disappointed.
HENRY FRANKLIN - "THE SKIPPER AT HOME" (1974)
1. 'Blue Lights' (7:03)
2. 'What Was' (8:28)
3. 'Soft Spirit' (7:35)
4. 'The Magic Boy' (8:49)
5. 'Venus Fly Trap' (6:17)
6. 'Waltz For Boobuss' (3:33)
Tracks 1,3,4 by Al Hall jr.
Tracks 5,6 by David Durrah
Track 2 by Chick Corea
Bass - Henry Franklin (Nyimbo)
Drums - Ndugu (Leon Chancelor)
Guitar - Kenny Climas
Saxophone [Soprano] - Kemang Sunduza (Bill Henderson)
Saxophone [Tenor] - Charles Owens
Trombone - Al Hall, Jr.
Trumpet - Oscar Brashear (Cache)
Vocals (5) "The Sisters Happiness" - Patricia Talbert , Penny Holt (Ki Kuu) , Shirley Reid , Shirley Thornton
Piano (5,6) - David Durrah
Piano, Flute (6) - Kirk Lightsey (Thalmus)
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