Tower Of Power What Is Hip?
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sku: COL 8106
- Released: June 27, 2006
- Originally Released: 2006
- Label: Collectables Records
- Original Album: Rhino 73811 (2003)
Description by OLDIES.com:
A budget-priced, 10-track collection of favorites from Tower of Power. All original recordings.
- 1.What Is Hip?
- 2.Can't You See (You're Doin' Me Wrong)
- 3.Just Enough And Too Much
- 4.This Time It's Real
- 5.Down To The Nightclub
- 6.It's Not The Crime
- 7.The Soul Of A Child
- 8.Will I Ever Find A Love?
- 9.Oakland Stroke
- 10.So Very Hard To Go
This volume in the ultra-inexpensive Priceless Collection from Collectables is a ten-track compilation of music from the '70s in Tower of Power's prime era. The cuts come from 1972-1975 and include a number of top classics such as "What Is Hip?," "Just Enough and Too Much," "Can't You See (You're Doin' Me Wrong)," the 쳌ber funky "Down at the Nightclub," and, of course, "Oakland Stroke." This is West Coast funk in its finest form, played wonderfully by one of the most legendary units around. This is an excellent introduction for the price. ~ Thom Jurek
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