Norman Connors ‎– Love From The Sun & Slewfoot

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Funkytowngrooves ‎– CSS 004, Buddah Records ‎– 88883767482, Sony Music Commercial Music Group ‎– 88883767482
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Love From The Sun
1 Revelation
Written-By – Herbie Hancock
9:00
2 Carlos II
Written-By – Carlos Garnett
6:08
3 Drums Around The World
Written-By – Norman Connors
5:40
4 Love From The Sun
Written-By – Richard Clay
8:14
5 Kumakucha (The Sun Has Risen)
Written-By – Elmer Gibson
6:09
6 Holy Waters
Written-By – Carlos Garnett
3:18
Slewfoot
7 Mother Of The Future
Written-By – Carlos Garnett
6:49
8 Back On The Street
Written-By – Richard Clay
3:57
9 Welcome
Written-By – John Coltrane
7:20
10 Slew Foot
Written-By – Anthony Jackson, Reggie Lucas
3:19
11 Dreams
Written-By – Eddie Henderson
3:58
12 Chuka
Written-By – Elmer Gibson
3:27
13 Jump Street
Written-By – Norman Connors
2:40

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Both albums originally released in 1974 on Buddah Records.

Release contains no production or musician credits.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 10736 02020 9
  • Barcode (Scanned): 0810736020209
  • Matrix / Runout: DIDX-1031858 2
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L328
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 50B1

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January 26, 2014
I'm extremely happy to have those 2 great albums on CD at last! The music is absolutely fantastic, 70's modern jazz with touch of Mwandishi-like fusion or the Gary Bartz' NTU Troop. Although there are some less atractive moments on "Love From The Sun", "Slewfoot" is a killer! And don't be mislead by the cover - it isn't a funky-pop-jazz!

The only thing I don't like, is the style of Funky Town Groove's releases. They include only the miniatures of original LP's front and back and NO original credits at all. Although you can find some informations about musicians in the essay, you don't have a chance to look quickly on "who is playing?". What was the problem in adding something that easy to insert and that obvious? Thus I'm not happy with the initial price (about 10 quids on Amazon).