Cane and Able

Cane and Able were a North American soul-funk band that relocated to Paris and released two albums on Epic in 1972.

Members: Worthington Brown (bass, vocals), Blinky Bostic (congas, timbales, percussion), George Carter (drums), Billy Ellis (flute, tenor saxophone, alto saxophone, baritone saxophone), Garland Edwards (guitar), French Thompson (lead vocals), Alan Reeves (piano, electric piano, organ), Norris Ridguard (trombone, trumpet, vocals), George Alford (trumpet, vocals), Billy Ellis (vocals), Cher Kimbrow (vocals), Dotty Shipman (vocals), George Alford (vocals), Maria Popriewickz (vocals), Mauricia Platon (vocals), Norris Ridguard (vocals, trombone), Tony Lytle (trombone), Hasan Tayratira (trumpet)


  • Cane and Able (1972)
  • Relating a Message to You (1972)

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