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Tracklist

Lookout3:00
I'd Like To Get To Know You / Marp Interlude / Planet Ripper(11:17)
I'd Like To Get To Know You6:38
Marp Interlude1:30
Planet Ripper3:06
All And Everything2:58
Without Love4:09
Rainbow's End2:40
Geoff's Vibe1:30
Queen Of The Rain3:05
Goldmine5:11

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    Cover of The Sons Of Champlin, 1975, VinylThe Sons Of Champlin
    LP, Album, Stereo, Winchester Press
    Ariola America – ST 50002, Ariola America – ST-50002US1975US1975
    New Submission
    Cover of Sons Of Champlin, 1975, VinylSons Of Champlin
    LP, Album, Stereo, Santa Maria Pressing
    Gold Mine Records (2) – GM 94930US1975US1975
    New Submission
    Cover of The Sons Of Champlin, 1975, VinylThe Sons Of Champlin
    LP, Album
    Ariola America – ST 50002Canada1975Canada1975
    New Submission
    Cover of The Sons Of Champlin, 1976, VinylThe Sons Of Champlin
    LP, Album
    Ariola America – AAS 1501, Ariola America – 0C 062 ◦ 97348UK1976UK1976
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    Cover of The Sons Of Champlin, 1976, VinylThe Sons Of Champlin
    LP, Album
    Ariola America – VIP-6318Japan1976Japan1976
    New Submission
    Cover of Sons Of Champlin, 2007-11-21, CDSons Of Champlin
    CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered
    BMG – BVCM-35174Japan2007Japan2007
    Cover of Sons Of Champlin, 2007-11-21, CDSons Of Champlin
    CD, Album, Promo, Reissue, Remastered, papersleeve,k2 24bit mastering
    BMG – BVCM-35174Japan2007Japan2007
    New Submission
    Cover of The Sons Of Champlin, , VinylThe Sons Of Champlin
    LP, Album, Stereo
    Ariola America – ST 50002, Ariola America – ST-50002USUS
    New Submission
    Cover of The Sons Of Champlin, , VinylThe Sons Of Champlin
    LP, Album, Stereo, LA Pressing
    Ariola America – ST 50002, Ariola America – ST-50002USUS
    New Submission

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    • The_Unknown_Artist's avatar
      Surprised no producers or beatmakers have sampled from this record yet... lots of great breaks, horns, drums and vocal samples on here. I swear to God that Bill Champlin is channeling his inner James Brown on "Goldmine", that is an absolute monster of a groove! (The drums coincidentally sound like the same pattern as Steve Arrington's "Weak at the Knees")
      • Trebormint's avatar
        Trebormint
        I believe that the original issue of this album came with a 7" promo single AA112 Here Is Where Your Love Belongs / Rainbow's End.... Images have been added FYI

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