The Guazz's Band – Tuesday Night

The Guazz's Band – Tuesday Night

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Label: Arista – AB 4147
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: US
Released: Dec 1977

Media status: Very Good + (VG +)
Sleeve condition: Very Good + (VG +)

recorded music
A1 Hello Sunday! Hello Road!
A2 Song Of The Wind
A3 Racetrack In France
A4 Vidgolia (Deaf, Dumb & Blind)
B1 Under The Hammer
B2 We Almost Lost Detroit
B3 Tuskeegee # 626
B4 Delta Man (Where I'm Comin'From)
B5 95 South (All Of The Places We've Been)

An album co-written by the bard Gil Scott-Heron and the keyboard player Brian Jackson. Gil Scott-Heron is said to have clarified his position as a singer in this album, and the social, political, cultural and historical themes are Jackson's characteristic keyboard performance and a colorful arrangement of Midnight Band. It is expressed with strict funk, jazz, blues and rock sound supported by. A rare groove masterpiece that also includes "Racetrack In France" and "We Almost Lost Detroit", which Detroit people also like to play.