Giants (3) ‎– Giants

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Tracklist

Attitude 3:25
They Change It 3:29
Kilimanjaro - A. The Village 4:30
Kilimanjaro - B. The Summit 4:38
Pancho Villa 5:11
Fried Neckbones And Home Fries 6:32
In Your Heart 5:40

Versions (8)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MCA 3188 Giants (3) Giants(LP, Album) LAX Records MCA 3188 US 1978 Sell This Version
MCAc-3188 Giants (3) Giants(Cass) LAX Records MCAc-3188 US 1978 Sell This Version
0060.267 Giants (3) Giants(LP, Album) LAX Records 0060.267 Germany 1978 Sell This Version
MCA-3188 Giants (3) Giants(LP, Album) LAX Records, Far Out Productions MCA-3188 Canada 1978 Sell This Version
MCF 3058 Giants (3) Giants(LP, Album) MCA Records MCF 3058 UK 1978 Sell This Version
AW-1030 Greg Errico San Francisco Giants(LP) LAX Records, Trio Records AW-1030 Japan 1978 Sell This Version
ZL-322 Giants (3) Giants(LP, Album) LAX Records ZL-322 Spain 1980 Sell This Version
MCA-3188 Giants (3) Giants(LP, Album) MCA Records, Far Out Productions MCA-3188 Canada 1980 Sell This Version

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TorpedoBoy

TorpedoBoy

July 22, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
referencing Giants, LP, Album, MCA 3188
Very very good record. Kilimanjaro = Coverversion from rare Movie "Anna" 1951 only in cinema in USA not Europe.
But my favorite here "Fried Neckbones And Home Fries" - very nice Latin with a brutal Guitar Santana Solo.
Best from Santana what I found since now. Later in Track wonderful carillon comes from Dance to Lounge...
5 no 10 Stars for this record. Need all Latin/Rock/Funk/Jazz Friends... ALL !!!
defunktrecords

defunktrecords

April 8, 2011
referencing Giants, LP, Album, MCA 3188
Members of WAR, SANTANA, SLY AND THE FAMILY STONE along with HERBIE HANCOCK and a whole bunch of amazing latin musicians make this a very special LP. Coke Escovado and Linda Tillery being amongst the backing singers should tell you how deep this LP really is. The track "Kilimanjaro" is stunning and was/is a big NY loft style classic, building and teasing a heavy funked out groove laden with dope percussion and drums for 7 minutes before Lee Oskar's beautiful harmonica melts into heart stopping ARP strings-wow! Best heard on a BIG system and recommended for all lovers of deep jazz or latin music.