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Side Effect

LP (Item 7628) Fantasy, 1975 — Condition: Used
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Side Effect's first album on Fantasy – a wonderful record that's partly soul, partly jazz vocals – and put together with a wickedly funky undercurrent, thanks to the talents of the mighty Wayne Henderson! Side Effect were way more than just another 70s harmony group – as their vocal approach was rooted in jazz, and really stretches out with a complicated vibe that Henderson not only respects perfectly, but finds a way to push nicely – thanks to some tight jazz funk instrumentation from heavyweights like Ronnie Laws, Joe Sample, Spider Webb, and Arthur Adams! Titles include "Oh Baby", "There She Goes Again", "Spend It On Love", "Tree Of Love", "Checkin It Out", and "I Love You So Much". (Original pressing. Cover has wear, with some waviness, staining and peeling paper along the bottom 4 inches.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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