Larry Graham & Graham Central Station - Raise Up mp3 flac
- Album: Raise Up
- MP3: 1783 mb | FLAC: 1496 mb
- Released: 2012
- Style: Funk
- Rating: 4.6/5
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- Format: DXD VQF AU VOC MPC WMA RA
Arranged By – James McKinney (tracks: 2), Larry Graham (tracks: 2, 3, 7, 8), Michael Millfield Molhede (tracks: 2, 3, 7, 8). Artwork – Bob Design. Composed By – Larry Graham (tracks: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13). Engineer – Simon Sixsmith (tracks: 13). Executive-Producer – Joachim Becker, Quentin Geerinckx. Mastered By – Tom Garneau. Photography By – Erich Francois.
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Larry Graham's first album since 1998's GCS 2000, Raise Up involves an updated version of his Graham Central Station: vocalist Ashling Cole, longtime guitarist and vocalist Wilton Rabb, keyboardist David Council, and drummer Brian Braziel. On three songs, Prince assists on several instruments and background vocals, while Graham's fellow Oakland native Raphael Saadiq performs on the closing "One Da. Everything seems to have been written and recorded for the purpose of live performance - one that has the crowd dancing and singing along as it switches its gaze between.
Raise Up, Graham’s first album in 13 years, is full of delectable funk goodies perfectly capable of whetting the appetite of both the newly initiated and the old-school believers. Coupling 10 new songs, a Stevie Wonder cover ( Higher Ground ), and updated versions of GCS classics It’s Alright, Now Do U Wanna Dance, and Al Green’s It Ain’t No Fun to Me (originally covered on GCS’s debut) and featuring guest appearances by Prince and Raphael Saadiq, Raise Up builds a bridge from the bassist’s past to today’s.
Photo by Erich Francois. Larry Graham and Graham Central Station are back! The slap bass pioneer and his crew have just announced that Raise Up, their first studio album since 1999’s GCS2000, will be dropping on September 25th. With guest appearances from Prince and Rafael Saadiq, Raise Up will include three new versions of classic Graham Central Station songs and ten brand new songs. Graham recorded the album last summer in France after picking the best songs from his touring sets.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Moosicus (catalog number 7930183372-2). This album was released in 2012 year. US. Format of the release is. CD, Album.
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|1||–Larry Graham & Graham Central Station* Featuring Prince||Raise Up
Bass, Vocals – Larry GrahamGuitar, Drums, Keyboards, Vocals – PrinceProducer, Arranged By, Composed By – Larry GrahamVocoder – James McKinney
|2||–Larry Graham & Graham Central Station*||It Ain't No Fun To Me (The New Master)
Arranged By [Horn Arrangements By] – Larry Graham, Michael Millfield Molhede*Bass, Vocals – Larry GrahamComposed By – Al GreenDrums – Brian BrazielFeaturing – The Millfield Horns*Guitar, Vocals – Wilton RabbHorns, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Erik HäuslerHorns, Trumpet, Trombone – Michael Millfield Molhede*Keyboards, Vocals – David Council, James McKinneyOther [Funk Box], Vocals – Ashling ColeProducer, Arranged By – Larry Graham
- Copyright (c) – Moosicus GmbH
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Moosicus GmbH
- Copyright (c) – Irving Music Publishing
- Engineer [Sound Engineer] – Stéphane Piot
- Executive-Producer [Executive Producers] – Joachim Becker, Quentin Geerinckx
- Producer – Larry Graham
©+Ⓟ 2012 Moosicus GmbH
2-Track Promo EP
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- Label Code: LC 03104