Brick ‎– Brick

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Bang Records ‎– BLP-409
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A1 Ain't Gonna' Hurt Nobody
Written-By – R. Hargis*
3:54
A2 Living From The Mind
Written-By – R. Ransom*
3:36
A3 Happy
Written-By – E. Irons*, J. Brown*, R. Ransom*
4:23
A4 We Don't Wanna' Sit Down (We Wanna' Git Down)
Written-By – Brick
5:41
B1 Dusic
Written-By – J. Brown*, R. Ransom*, R. Hargis*
5:44
B2 Hello
Written-By – E. Irons*, J. Brown*, R. Ransom*
3:35
B3 Honey Chile
Written-By – D. Nevins*, E. Irons*, J. Brown*, R. Ransom*
4:53
B4 Fun
Written-By – R. Hargis*
3:33
B5 Good Morning Sunshine
Written-By – J. Brown*
3:36

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Notes

Recorded at Web IV Studios Atlanta, Georgia
Mixed at Master Sound

Other Versions (5 of 10) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BLP-409 Brick Brick(LP, Album) Bang Records BLP-409 US 1977 Sell This Version
RSI 15203 Brick Brick(CD, Album, RM) RSI Music RSI 15203 US 1997 Sell This Version
EMC 135 / WS-1050 Brick Brick(LP, Album) EMI Records EMC 135 / WS-1050 New Zealand 1977 Sell This Version
BLP-409 Brick Brick(LP, Album, Promo) Bang Records BLP-409 US 1977 Sell This Version
BLP-409 Brick Brick(LP, Album) Bang Records BLP-409 US 1977 Sell This Version

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DjTruBlue

DjTruBlue

January 3, 2009
This Atlanta band helped usher in some of the funkiest music during the late 70s. With Ray Ransom on lead vocals and Regi Hickman on guitar,Jimmy Brown being the multi-instrumentalist and singer and Eddie Irons on drums.. how could they go wrong. The Brick album is one of the greatest albums of all times and continues to impress me as it's sampled by so many artist. I remember being in Atlanta when India Arie dropped album "Acoustic Soul" and immediately was wowed that they had sampled Brick's Fun which appeared on side 2 of this album. Fun is not an obvious choice for most Brick fans because they pop to tunes such as "Dusic","Ain't Gonna' Hurt Nobody," and "We Don't Wanna' Sit Down (We Wanna Git Down)". Great album and definitely a good one to have in your record collection.
steel_life

steel_life

August 31, 2004
edited over 12 years ago
This album was produced almost entirely by Brick and Ray Parker Jr.
Kid'N'Play made somewhat of a "cover" version of "Ain't Gonna Hurt Nobody" in 91, counting with Clark Kent's skills on production and sample choosing, that went pretty well on the charts and radio playlist