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Doing What Comes Naturally

LP (Item 8742) ABC, 1973 — Condition: Very Good+
2LP Gatefold
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(€27.99 || £22.15 || ¥4119) (approx.)
4.50 11

A double album recorded for ABC after Charles left Warner Brothers and the 103rd Street Rhythm Band behind – but still very much an extension of that group's later stretched-out funky records! Nice long cuts with grooves that are a little bit more jazzy than his earlier 60's stuff. Tracks include the title cut, plus "You Threw It All Away", "1,2, 3, You & Me", and the extended "Nonsense", which takes up all of side 4. (Cover has a promo sticker.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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