The Crusaders - Unsung Heroes mp3 album
The Crusaders - Unsung Heroes (1973). Songs in album The Crusaders - Unsung Heroes (1973).
A Crusaders Production Recorded at Wally Heider Recording Studio 3, Los Angeles, California, August 1973. Mastered at The Mastering Lab. Inner sleeve. Rights Society: ASCAP. Rights Society: BMI. Matrix, Runout (side A runout etched): TI BTS -3TML.
Tracklist: 1. Unsung Heroes, 2. Lay It On The Line, 3. Crossfire, 4. Hard Times, 5. Let’s Boogie, 6. Freedom Sound, 7. In The Middle Of The River, 8. Heavy Up (Don’t Get Light With Me), 9. Night Theme, 10. Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep. More albums from The Crusaders: Heat Wave by The Crusaders. Powerhouse by The Crusaders. Ghetto Blaster by The Crusaders. At The Lighthouse by The Crusaders. Live In Japan 2003 by The Crusaders. Talk That Talk by The Crusaders. Lighthouse ’69 by The Crusaders. Rhapsody And Blues by The Crusaders. View all albums . Unsung Heroes.
Unsung Heroes is a funk jazz music album recording by THE CRUSADERS released in 1973 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. THE CRUSADERS - Unsung Heroes. Filed under Funk Jazz By THE CRUSADERS.
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Crusaders, The - Unsung Heroes. Photo of Crusaders, The - Unsung Heroes. More albums of Crusaders, The: Images. New Socks, Old Shoes. Genre is Jazz Funk, Soul. This album was released on the label ABC Records (catalog number ABCL 5180). This album was released in 1973 year.
Crusaders, The. Blue Thumb Item No: 344613. Crusaders, The. Titel: Unsung Heroes.
Composed by Wayne Henderson.
Unsung Heroes Album Cover Art. The Crusaders. 12" Vinyl 1. 1. length: 3:12 producer: Stewart Levine engineer: Rik Pekkonen membranophone: Stix Hooper bass: Max Bennett. 2. Lay It on the Line. length: 3:32 producer: Stewart Levine engineer: Rik Pekkonen membranophone: Stix Hooper bass: Max Bennett.
The Crusaders was an American jazz fusion group that was popular in the 1970s The Crusaders. The Crusaders in 1978. Background information. In 1991, The Crusaders (with Sample and Felder the only original members present) released Healing the Wounds. The album peaked at No. 1 on the Top Contemporary Jazz chart and No. 174 on the Billboard 200. The group did not release any more albums during the decade, as Sample focused on a solo career. Henderson, who had left the group in 1975, revived the "Jazz Crusaders" moniker (despite Sample's objections) for 1995's Happy Again. Unsung Heroes (Blue Thumb, 1973). Scratch (Blue Thumb, 1974). Southern Comfort (Blue Thumb, 1974).