War ‎– All Day Music

United Artists Records ‎– UAS-5546, Far Out ‎– UAS-5546
Vinyl, LP, Album


A1 All Day Music 4:04
A2 Get Down 4:29
A3 That's What Love Will Do 7:17
A4 There Must Be A Reason 3:50
B1 Nappy Head (Theme From "Ghetto Man") 6:05
B2 Slippin' Into Darkness 7:00
B3 Baby Brother 7:38

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Recorded at Wally Heider Recording, S.F. & L.A. / Crystal Studio, L.A. and on location with the Far Out remote unit.
Track B3 recorded live June 30, 1971 at the United Artists $0.99 Spectacular, Hollywood Bowl.

Made in U.S.A.

Includes poster.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A): UAS-5546-1 (2)(3) (3-74)(4) Eck
  • Matrix / Runout (B): UAS-5546-2 (2)(3) (3-74) Eck
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other Versions (5 of 34) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PRC-5214 War All Day Music(LP, Album, Unofficial) 先鋒 PRC-5214 Taiwan 1971 Sell This Version
UAS 5546 War All Day Music(LP, Album, RE) United Artists Records UAS 5546 Canada Unknown Sell This Version
SUAL 93443 War All Day Music(LP, Album) United Artists Records SUAL 93443 New Zealand Unknown Sell This Version
S-UA 20.108, S-UA 20108 War All Day Music(LP, Album) United Artists Records, Far Out S-UA 20.108, S-UA 20108 Brazil 1971 Sell This Version
R2 71042 War All Day Music(CD, Album, RE, RM) Avenue Records, Rhino Records (2) R2 71042 US Unknown Sell This Version


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July 16, 2017
Picked this very used copy up at a flea market today for .25 cents. A real joy to listen to. Love the intro for slipping into darkness. My copy has "Not for Sale Promotional use only" upper right corner of the front. Not ink but stamped letters. Sleeve is very ruff. Vinyl shows a lot of scuffs, and has static. Generic inner sleeve. Great live version of Baby Brother on the B-side.


June 4, 2017
All Day Music Japan 1995 BVCP 7410


September 21, 2016
The early recordings with Lee Oskar are some of my favorite Funk/soul! Slippin into Darkness on B side is a beautiful blend of Charles and Lee with an amazing bass line holding it all together. B-side is definitely my preference on this album, WAR's first release.