The Average White Band - Show Your Hand mp3 album
The Average White Band (also AWB) are a Scottish funk and R&B band that had a series of soul and disco hits between 1974 and 1980. They are best known for their million-selling instrumental track "Pick Up the Pieces", and their albums AWB and Cut the Cake
Debut release from Average White Band. The album was first released in 1973 under the title Show Your Hand, then re-released in 1975 under the title Put It Where You Want It, with the only difference being the first track ("The Jugglers" replaced with "How Can You Go Home"). Repackaged version (with new title and cover art) of the 1973 album Average White Band - Show Your Hand released after the band hit it big on Atlantic.
Tracklist: 1. The Jugglers, 2. This World Has Music, 3. Twilight Zone, 4. Put It Where You Want It, 5. Show Your Hand, 6. Back In ’67, 7. Reach Out, 8. . Cupid’s In Fashion by Average White Band. Cut The Cake by Average White Band. Shine by Average White Band. Face To Face Live by Average White Band. AWB by Average White Band. View all albums . Show Your Hand.
Show Your Hand was where it all began for the Average White Band, which turned out to be one of the hottest funk/soul outfits of the mid- to late '70s. But when MCA released this debut LP in 1973, the band's commercial success was still a year away - it wasn't until they joined the Atlantic roster in 1974 that they exploded commercially. Show Your Hand, in fact, was among 1973's neglected R&B releases. In retrospect, it's easy to point the finger at MCA and say, "You dropped the ball; this album should have done better
Album · 2009 · 36 Songs. More By Average White Band. See All. Let's Go Round Again - The Best of AWB. 2009.
Average White Band (10 tracks 39:58 minutes) "Average White Band" (also known as The White Album because of its distinctive plain artwork) was released on Atlantic K 50058 in July 1974 in the UK and as "AWB" in the USA on Atlantic SD-7308 in September 1974 (it reached number 1 in the USA, and number. When MCA Records talent scouts at an Eric Clapton concert in 1973 got a load of the Scottish support act AVERAGE WHITE BAND - a bunch of hairy white dudes who came on 'funky' like a band of brothers born to it - they were smitten. And thus the AWB legend was born. Clearly aimed at the completist and uber-fan - "All The Pieces" has pride of place on my Soul shelf and I pet it every now and then with affection.
|A2||This World Has Music||5:45|
|A4||Put It Where You Want It||4:00|
|B1||Show Your Hand||3:40|
|B2||Back In '67||4:00|
- Record Company – EMI Records Ltd.
- Design, Artwork – John Pasche
- Engineer – Nick Sykes
- Photography By [Mug Shots] – Brian Cooke
- Producer – A.W.B.*, Robin Turner
NotesMatrix numbers MCF 2514 A-1
MCF 2514 B-1
|MCA-345||Average White Band||Show Your Hand (LP, Album, Pin)||MCA Records||MCA-345||US||1973|
|MCA-475||Average White Band||Put It Where You Want It (LP, Album)||MCA Records||MCA-475||Singapore||1975|
|FA 3062||Average White Band||Show Your Hand (LP, Album)||Fame||FA 3062||UK||Unknown|
|5C 038-96481, MAPS 7834||Average White Band||Put It Where You Want It (LP, Album)||MCA Records, MCA Records||5C 038-96481, MAPS 7834||Netherlands||1975|
|MCL 1650||Average White Band||Put It Where You Want It (LP, Album, RE)||MCA Records||MCL 1650||UK||Unknown|