onsdag 18 mars 2009

Charles Wright - Doing What Comes Naturally


Charles Wright, who most people recnognize better when you add the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band after his name, recorded this two record set in 1973 for Dunhill records. The fellas playing with him here is Horace Jones, Werner Schuchner, Yusef Rahman, Bobby Knight, Carlos Mercado, Joel Peskin, Joe Banks and others.

Doin' What Cums Naturally


A Mothers Love


The tracks are nice and long for the most part, the longest being the closer, Nonsense which is a nearly 17 minute long funk jam.

  1. Doin' What Cums Naturally
  2. One Two Three Four Five Six
  3. That's All That Matters Baby
  4. You Threw It All Away
  5. Silly 'Lil Girl
  6. You Are The One For Me
  7. You And Me
  8. A Mothers Love
  9. The Weight Of Hate
  10. 1, 2, 3, You & Me
  11. Nonsense

part 1

part 2

15 kommentarer:

Anonym sa...

2nd part is missing, too bad.

E-mile sa...

thank you Steve, I only know 90 day cycle people (and the stuff with 103 ofcourse) so this is a treat for me! Peace, E-mile

culov sa...

damn steve, youre posting all my secret jams ;)

this is the best charles wright album imo. every track is fire without exception.

peace

Steve sa...

Anonym : Did you download both parts then? Cause there's two links and and you have to download them both before you extract.

Anonym sa...

2nd part was not downloadable for a while on Mediafire, then they fixed it. Thanks.

Anonym sa...

That's All That Matters Baby !! Exists both as single and double lp, and it's the 2lp that counts of course...

irolabuji sa...

This is great!
Thanks a ton, love the Charles Wright - Rock on!

invisiblenigma sa...

This looks great!! Much Appreciated

culov sa...

hey steve, do you know the personnel for this album?

Steve sa...

Check the pictures included in the zip file. There's some pretty detailed info there.

Radek sa...

I've been listening to this album for a month, and I must say it is really excellent. The "Nonsense" track does seem a bit too long, but otherwise, this is certainly Wright's best album since Express Yourself. So thanks a lot for this musical treat!

Anonym sa...

A favourite album, thanks!
Really nice, especially "1, 2, 3, you and me" ...
/ Peter

Anonym sa...

your rips are CRISP! thanks a ton!

Anonym sa...

Your a saviour. A great taste in vinyls

SlimStew sa...

Thanks for this--never saw this one in my trips through the bins.