Henry Franklin ‎– The Skipper At Home

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Black Jazz Records ‎– BJQD/17
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A1 Blue Lights
Written-By – Al Hall Jr.*
7:03
A2 What Was
Written-By – Chick Corea
8:28
A3 Soft Spirit
Written-By – Al Hall, Jr.*
7:35
B1 The Magic Boy
Written-By – Al Hall, Jr.*
8:49
B2 Venus Fly Trap
Vocals – Patricia Talbert, Penny Holt (Kii Kuu)*, Shirley Reid, Shirley Thornton, The Sisters HappinessWritten-By, Piano – David Durrah
6:17
B3 Waltz For Boobuss
Piano, Flute – Kirk Lightsey (Thalmus)*Written-By, Piano – David Durrah
3:33

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Stereo/Quadrophonic 4 Channel LP
Recorded in Stage And Sound Studio, Hollywood, California

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): BJQD-17-A BB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): BJQD-17-B BB
  • Rights Society (All tracks except A2): BMI
  • Rights Society (Track A2): ASCAP

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PCD-22102, BJQD/17 Henry Franklin The Skipper At Home(CD, Album, RE, Pap) P-Vine Records, Black Jazz Records PCD-22102, BJQD/17 Japan 2005 Sell This Version
BJQD/17 Henry Franklin The Skipper At Home(LP, Album, Quad, TP) Black Jazz Records BJQD/17 US 1974 Sell This Version
PCD-5286 Henry Franklin The Skipper At Home(CD, Album, Quad, RE) P-Vine Records PCD-5286 Japan 1998 Sell This Version
YX-7016 Henry Franklin The Skipper At Home(LP, Album, Quad) Black Jazz Records YX-7016 Japan 1974 Sell This Version
PLP-6732 Henry Franklin The Skipper At Home(LP, Album, Quad) P-Vine Records PLP-6732 Japan 1997 Sell This Version

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somethingvinyl

somethingvinyl

July 25, 2020
If anyone has a cover available in decent condition, I would be interested in purchasing the cover alone. Please message me!
VasiliKochura

VasiliKochura

June 27, 2014
edited over 6 years ago

Probably one of my favorite Black Jazz Records, along with Roland Hayne's Second Wave. Plenty of Rhodes action with funk/fusion vibes throughout. Not a lot of swinging standards on here, which is my main complaint with the other black jazz albums. I put this one on time and time again. Real heads seek this out.