Fuse One ‎– Silk (1982)

Silk is the second of three albums by American jazz-funk supergroup Fuse One, released in 1982 on CTI. Tracklist: A1. “Silk” (8:00) A2. “In Celebration of the Human Spirit” (9:08) B1. “Hot Fire” (6:58) B2. “Sunwalk” (9:15) Credits: Stanley Turrentine — tenor saxophone Tom Browne — trumpet Wynton Marsalis — trumpet Dave Valentine — flute Eric […]

Stevie Wonder ‎– Songs in the Key of Life (1976)

Songs in the Key of Life is an album by American soul-funk musician/vocalist Stevie Wonder, released in 1976 on Tamla/Motown. Tracklist: A1. “Love’s in Need of Love Today” (7:05) A2. “Have a Talk With God” (2:42) A3. “Village Ghetto Land” (3:25) A4. “Contusion” (3:45) A5. “Sir Duke” (3:52) B1. “I Wish” (4:12) B2. “Knocks Me […]

Roberta Flack – Blue Lights in the Basement (1977)

Blue Lights in the Basement is an album by American vocalist/songwriter Roberta Flack, released in 1977 on Atlantic. Tracklist: A1. “Why Don’t You Move in With Me” (4:51) A2. “The Closer I Get to You” (4:39) A3. “Fine, Fine Day” (4:49) A4. “This Time I’ll Be Sweeter” (4:23) A5. “25th of Last December” (4:31) B1. […]

Ecstasy, Passion & Pain

Ecstasy, Passion & Pain was an American soul-funk band from NYC that released a self-titled album on Roulette Records in 1974. Members: Barbara Roy (vocals), Ronnie Foster (keyboards), Jimmy Clark (guitar), Althea Smith (drums), Carl Jordan (percussion), Joseph Williams Jr. (bass), Billy Gardner (organ), Alan Tizer (percussion) Discography: Ecstasy, Passion & Pain (1974)