Graham Central StationMirror

Label:Warner Bros. Records – BS 2937
Vinyl, LP, Album, Pitman Pressing
Genre:Jazz, Rock, Funk / Soul, Blues, Pop
Style:Funk, Soul, Rhythm & Blues, Soul-Jazz


A2Love (Covers A Multitude Of Sin)3:49
A4Do Yah3:55
B1Save Me5:17
B2I Got A Reason3:48

Companies, etc.



This version: At bottom of center labels "(P) 1976 Warner Bros. Records Inc." is in two lines

The sleeve of the record has a aluminium foil glued to it as a "mirror". Came with a 2 sided lyrics insert.

Recorded at Wally Heider Recording, San Francisco
Recorded and mixed at Record Plant, Sausalito

Santa Maria pressing, CSM
Jacksonville pressing, JW

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1, variant 1): BS-1-2937 CP KENDUN -A-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2, variant 1): BS-2-2937-RE-1 CP3 KENDUN -B-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1, variant 2): BS-1-2937 CD X KENDUN -A-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2, variant 2): BS-2-2937-RE-1 X CP/3 KENDUN -B-

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Mirror (LP, Album, Stereo)Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. RecordsK 56235, BS 2937UK1976
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Mirror (LP, Album)Warner Bros. RecordsWB 56 235Germany1976
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Mirror (8-Track Cartridge, Album, Stereo)Warner Bros. RecordsM8-2937US1976
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Mirror (LP, Album, Jacksonville Pressing)Warner Bros. RecordsBS 2937US1976
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Mirror (LP, Album, Promo, Stereo)Warner Bros. RecordsP-10197WJapan1976


  • isaacmusicman's avatar
    Edited 19 days ago
    Album Revolution #4: Remember when I said that since album number 2, "Larry Graham" was on a spiritual journey? Well, it landed with him starting his transition into the "Jehovah Witness" faith...In doing so, along with "G.C.S.", "Mirror" was born....You can tell that he was looking into that "Spiritual Mirror" to see what kind of person his was becoming....The best thing is that, his "Funk" became more pronounced...That became very evident with the beginning track, "Entrow" (Crown Jewel), following the same pattern of "The Jam", but taking things further with the "Drum Line" intro...Brilliant!!!!! The 2nd Crown Jewel, "Love (Covers A Multitude Of Sin)", shows how he was taking what he learned from "God's" word, "The Bible", and using it for everyday life (and the music was extremely groovy!!!!)....The title track is also a nice little track, also having "Larry" expressing himself Spiritually....Now, I will admit that the next 4 songs in, "Do Yah", "Save Me", "I Got A Reason" and "Priscilla" are just ok....They are not terrible, just not groundbreaking....The last song, and Ultimate, Ultimate, Ultimate, Ultimate Crown Jewel, "Forever", is an absolute standout!!! It has "Larry" again expressing himself Spiritually, and the music is fantastic, with massive Keyboards accompanied by his usual Super Bass....It seems to follow the pattern of "Today" from "Release Yourself"....I was glad to see the band really support "Larry" in his Spiritually journey, and I am sure he was extremely grateful...This would be the last time he would express himself in this manner, to be able to maintain his balance....Besides, there was still more "Funk" to get to, and I am sure that "Larry & Graham Central Station" had no problem getting to it....



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