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Lonnie Liston Smith - Expansions - Harvey Mason - Spiritual Jazz Funk Disco - 12
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Lonnie Liston Smith - Expansions

Label: S12
Catalog#: S12DJ004
Format: Vinyl, 12" NEW

Country: UK
Released: 2004
Genre: Electronic, Jazz
Style:Disco, Jazz-Funk
Credits: Producer - Bob Thiele , Lonnie Liston Smith
Vocals - Donald Smith
Notes: Side A Re-issue on 12" of the original 1975 release.

Tracklisting:
A Expansions - Original 12" Mix
B Harvey Mason - Til You Take My Love - Original 12" Mix

Lonnie made his recording debut as a leader with 1973's 'Astral Traveling' and continued to fare well in the fusion / crossover appeal with such offerings as 1974's 'Cosmic Funk' and 1975's 'Expansions'.

The atmospheric fusion, crossover, soul and funk that Smith played on his Cosmic Echoes dates of the 1970's had a very spiritual feeling.

If anyone bridged the gap between John Coltrane and Earth, Wind & Fire, it was Smith.

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 20 June, 2007.

 
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