The Greyboy Allstars - West Coast Boogaloo FLAC album
Live from The Variety Playhouse in Atlanta GA in the Spring of 2007
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Their first album, West Coast Boogaloo, was released in 1995, and featured Fred Wesley. Two years later, Live and Town Called Earth were released. In 1998, the band scored Jake Kasdan's movie Zero Effect, under the direction of Mike Andrews. In 2007, the band released their third album, What Happened to Television?; it was followed by Inland Emperor in 2013 In June of 2017, the band published several photos from recording sessions for their latest record and announced that a new album was coming
West Coast Boogaloo (1994). Let the Music Take Your Mind. is a cover of. Let the Music Take Your Mind by Kool & the Gang (1969).
The founding members of the group were Karl Denson, Robert Walter, Chris Stillwell, Elgin Park, AKA Mike Andrews, and Zak Najor. The group was formed following the successful earlier collaboration of Dj Greyboy with Denson on the albums Home Cookng and Freestylin’, and originally featured Dj Greyboy playing tracks over the core bands instrumentals.
Tracklist: 01. Soul Dream (5:15) 02. Let The Music Take Your Mind (5:43) 03. Fried Grease (6:17) 04. Fire-Eater (4:34) 05.
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Initially formed in 1993 as the backing band for rare groove luminary DJ Greyboy. Left Coast Boogaloo, The Many Moods of Erik Newson, Old Crow и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители.
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|A2||Let The Music Take Your Mind
Written-By – Kool And The Gang*
Written-By – R. Bryant*
Written-By – L. Spencer*
Written-By – R. Walter*
|B4||The Browns At Home
Written-By – C. Stillwell*, M. Andrews*
- Bass – Chris Stillwell
- Drums – Zak Najor
- Electric Piano, Organ – Robert Walter
- Flute, Saxophone [Tenor] – Harold Todd
- Guitar – Elgin Park
- Percussion – Craig Levitz
- Producer, Mixed By – Greyboy
- Producer, Saxophone [Tenor, Alto, Soprano], Flute, Mixed By – Karl Denson
- Recorded By – Eric Sarafin
- Trombone – Fred Wesley (tracks: A1, A3, B3)
- Written-By – K. Denson* (tracks: A1, A3, B1, B4)
NotesRecorded at Grandmaster Recorders, March 21, 1994.
Mixed at Adamos Recording Studio, May 2, 1994.
In plain white die-cut sleeve.
|GBRLP001||The Greyboy Allstars||West Coast Boogaloo (LP, Album)||Greyboy Records||GBRLP001||US||1994|
|GBRCD001||The Greyboy Allstars||West Coast Boogaloo (CD, Album)||Greyboy Records||GBRCD001||US||1994|