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Show & Tell

CD (Item 539091) Rocky Road/Essential, 1973 — Condition: New Copy
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A classic bit of LA crossover soul, with the huge hit "Show & Tell" – a track that broke Al Wilson out for and became a worthy staple of 70s AM radio – but beyond that, it's a totally great record for Wilson! Arrangements are by H.B. Barnum, so you can expect a nice depth of soul in with Al's more theatrical performance style. Al's at his most charismatic throughout the set, definitely up there with his best work. Otther cuts include "Queen Of The Ghetto", "What You See", "Moonlightin", and "For Cryin' Out Loud". (This is an on-demand title printed in limited quantities.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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