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Tower Of Power - Ain't Nothin' Stoppin' Us Now (1976)

Jazz | Author: indeep1 | 20-01-2014, 23:08
Tower Of Power - Ain't Nothin' Stoppin' Us Now (1976)
Artist: Tower Of Power
Title Of Album: Ain't Nothin' Stoppin' Us Now
Year Of Release: 1976
Label: Columbia
Genre: Jazz Funk, Soul
Format: Flac/Cue/Log/Artwork
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 38:25
Total Size: 255 MB(+3%)


Tracklist

01. Ain't Nothin' Stoppin' Us Now [0:03:58.33]
02. By Your Side [0:04:30.93]
03. Make Someone Happy [0:02:47.84]
04. Doin' Alright [0:04:48.09]
05. Because I Think The World Of You [0:03:00.66]
06. You Ought To Be Havin' Fun [0:03:06.86]
07. Can't Stand To See The Slaughter [0:02:47.73]
08. It's So Nice [0:05:39.24]
09. Deal With It [0:03:20.89]
10. While We Went To The Moon [0:04:24.26]
Tower Of Power - Ain't Nothin' Stoppin' Us Now (1976)
personnel :

Lenny Pickett - 1st tenor sax, alto sax, lyricon
Emilio Castillo - 2nd tenor sax, background vocals
Stephen "Doc" Kupka - baritone sax
Mic Gillette - trumpet, fluegelhorn, trombone, Superbone, bass trombone, baritone horn, background vocals
Greg Adams - trumpet, fluegelhorn, background vocals
Edward McGee - lead vocals
Chester Thompson - organ, bass pedals, fender rhodes piano, acoustic piano, clavinet, moog synthesizer, background vocals
Bruce Conte - guitar, background vocals
Francis Rocco Prestia - bass
Ronnie Beck - drums, dhaka-di-bello, background vocals

Edward McGhee turned in mostly above-average performances on their first post-Lenny Williams release, but it was the beginning of the end. With funk losing its foothold among R&B audiences, they couldn't keep it together. McGhee was an energetic, exuberant vocalist who held his own on up-tempo tunes like "You Ought to Be Havin' Fun" and the title song, but lacked Williams' range or tonal quality on ballads. The group always had a weakness for ponderous message cuts, and "Can't Stand to See the Slaughter" and "While We Went to the Moon" were well-intentioned but clumsy tracks. This was almost the Tower of Power's swan song. - Ron Wynn

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