Lenny Williams ‎– Pray For The Lion

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Warner Bros. Records ‎– BS 2797
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A1 Compared To What
Written-By – Eugene McDaniels
3:19
A2 Open Book
Written-By – Lenny Williams
2:54
A3 Sometimes Love
Written-By – Eugene McDaniels, Lenny Williams
4:07
A4 There's Always Mystery (When You're Making History)
Lyrics By, Music By – Lenny WilliamsMusic By – David Stallings
3:26
A5 We're Gonna See It Through
Lyrics By, Music By – Lenny WilliamsMusic By – David Stallings
3:59
B1 River
Written-By – Eugene McDaniels
5:06
B2 Problem Solver
Lyrics By, Music By – Lenny WilliamsMusic By – David Stallings
3:25
B3 All That's Love
Music By – Mike MelvoinWords By – Milo Adano
3:10
B4 Money
Written-By – Eugene McDaniels
4:28
B5 Keep On Keeping On
Lyrics By, Music By – Lenny WilliamsMusic By – David Stallings, Pearl Williams
4:24

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All songs [A2, A4, A5, B2, B5] published by Len-Lon Music Publishing Co., except [A1, B1, B4] published by Lonport Music Corp. (BMI); [A3] published by Skyforest Music Co., Inc. (BMI)/Len-Lon Music Publishing Co. and [B3] published by Dirt Sisters Music (ASCAP)
For The Lenny Williams Production Company
Recorded and mixed at Sound Lab, Inc., Los Angeles

Warner Bros. Records Inc., a Subsidiary & Licensee of Warner Bros. Inc. • Made in U.S.A.
℗ 1974—Warner Bros. Records Inc.
Printed in U.S.A.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): S40,813
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): S40,814
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out A): BS2797-40813-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out B): BS2797-40814-1B

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January 20, 2010
I see here that Eugene McDaniels produced Lenny Williams doing "River" and that McDaniels himself did it as Universal Jones in 1973 and covered it again in 1975. Does anyone remember who else did this song (besides Roberta Flack and Joe Simon) and it got a lot of air play in 1974 on KDIA in S.F. It had a sitar/guitar riff like Simon's but it was more distinct and in between each verse, was slow like the Universal Jones version, but the drum was a little more up front in the mix. It sounded like the Staple Singers but it wasn't. I used to hear it a lot out there and have not been able to find out who did it. Please, HELP!