Bob James ‎– Three

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CTI Records ‎– CTI 6063
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A1 One Mint Julep
Drums – Andy NewmarkGuitar – Jeff MironovWritten-By – R. Toombs*
9:04
A2 Women Of Ireland
Written-By – Sean O'Riada*
8:00
B1 Westchester Lady
Bass – Will LeeWritten-By – Bob James
7:23
B2 Storm King
Bass – Will LeeWritten-By – Bob James
6:33
B3 Jamaica Farewell
Written-By – Lord Burgess
5:21

Credits

Notes

Recorded at Van Gelder Studios. ℗ 1976, Creed Taylor, Inc.

CTI Records, a division of Creed Taylor, Inc., 1 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10020.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): RVG 87723 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): RVG 87723 B

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CTI 6063, 0006063 Bob James Three(LP, Album, Gat) CTI Records, CTI Records CTI 6063, 0006063 Germany 1976 Sell This Version
CTI 6063 Bob James Three(LP, Album, Gat) CTI Records CTI 6063 US 1976 Sell This Version
CK 36837 Bob James Three(CD, Album) Columbia CK 36837 USA & Canada 1992 Sell This Version
GP-3060, GP 3060, CTI 6063 Bob James Three(LP, Album, Promo, Gat) CTI Records, CTI Records, CTI Records GP-3060, GP 3060, CTI 6063 Japan 1976 Sell This Version
CTI 6063 Bob James Three(LP, Album, Lab) CTI Records CTI 6063 Canada 1976 Sell This Version

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humanagain

humanagain

November 20, 2015
It's got Westchester Lady on it so you need this in your life .
funkymonky

funkymonky

August 26, 2015
Disagree with Globe.. I love most of Bob James stuff..”Women of Ireland” might not be the best ever tune but i dig the way it builds up than fades out.. a fusion of gaelic, reggae & jazz
GalaxyExplorer

GalaxyExplorer

July 18, 2011
This is a better album than a lot of the junk Bob James was doing back then. "One Mint Julep" and "Storm King" are decent disco-inflected fusion tracks. The latter is an example of James succeeding when he doesn't try to do too much. You get better music from him when less is more.

The remaining three tracks are unfortunately schlock, especially the really-bad "Women of Ireland."