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Jam – The Larry Graham & Graham Central Station Anthology

CD (Item 510994) Warner/Rhino, 1970s — Condition: Used
2 CDs
$32.99 ...

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A whopping batch of tracks from this funky bass legend! Larry Graham had a huge influence on mainstream 70s funk – both with his group Graham Central Station, and later in his own solo work. This set's a great package that dips through Larry's legacy on both fronts – and it features a total of 33 tracks in all, including some rare single versions, and a few rare bits! The set comes with a nice booklet too – and titles include "Hair", "Can You Handle It?", "Earthquake", "Last Train", "Now Do You Wanna Dance", "Star Walk", "Is It Love?", "Sooner Or Later", "Dear Prudence", "Entrow", "The Jam", "One In A Million Years", and "By Popular Demand".  © 1996-2019, Dusty Groove, Inc.
(Out of print.)

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