Tom Scott & The L.A. Express ‎– Tom Scott And The L.A. Express

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Ode Records (2) ‎– SP-77021
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Vinyl, LP, Album
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A1 Bless My Soul
Written-By – Sample*, Guerin*, Carlton*, Bennett*, Scott*
4:13
A2 Sneakin' In The Back
Written-By – Sample*, Guerin*, Carlton*, Bennett*, Scott*
4:31
A3 King Cobra
Written-By – T. Scott*
4:21
A4 Dahomey Dance
Written-By – J. Coltrane*
3:40
A5 Nunya
Written-By – M. Bennett*
3:38
B1 Easy Life
Written-By – T. Scott*
3:00
B2 Spindrift
Written-By – T. Scott*
5:41
B3 Strut Your Stuff
Written-By – T. Scott*
3:35
B4 L.A. Expression
Written-By – M. Bennett*
6:20
B5 Vertigo
Written-By – M. Bennett*
2:30

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Recorded August-September 1973.

℗© 1974 Ode Records, Inc., USA.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): SP-77041
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): SP-77042

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DeejayKwak

DeejayKwak

May 23, 2017
There is an Italian pressing of this album referenced as SLAM 67021.
alfiepearce

alfiepearce

December 25, 2010

In the late 70's/early 80's English jazz dance scene the big track off this LP was Spindrift, first heard it when DJ Paul Murphy span it at The Horseshoe.
vinylnauts

vinylnauts

August 31, 2010
do you know Martine Girault-The Revival? a very much infuential and big selling record of the turning up UK soul scene from the early 90ies.

just listened to sneakin in the back from Tom Scott and iam sure while cant believe the main piano chord of the M. Girault track was an idea from this record

I share this with you, now you can listen and look, the M. Girault is unusally good and be sure will stood the test of time

buy both, its a pleasure