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Live: Stompin' At The Savoy / Rufus And Chaka Khan


Live: Stompin' At The Savoy / Rufus And Chaka Khan by Bbr at Public Sounds. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Digitally remastered edition of Rufus & Chaka Khan Live - Stompin At The Savoy with exclusive interviews with band members. Rufus were one of Funks


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Digitally remastered edition of Rufus & Chaka Khan Live - Stompin At The Savoy with exclusive interviews with band members. Rufus were one of Funks most successful American bands in the 1970s. Chaka Khan joined the group in 1973. Lead vocal duties in the group were shared by Chaka and Tony Maiden though the powerhouse vocals of the former quickly came to redefine the band. By 1981, Chaka had framed herself with a strong run of post-disco soul records and exited Rufus. However, from February 12-14 1982, Chaka rejoined the band for what would be their final performances together at New Yorks famed Savoy Theatre. Recordings from these performances were later mastered and packaged as a double live LP, Rufus & Chaka Khan Live - Stompin At The Savoy (R&B #4/Pop #50/UK #64). The results amount to some of the most amazing work the group ever committed to record. The album also included four new studio recordings. Aint Nobody (R&B #1/Pop #22/UK #8) became an instant classic and is undoubtedly Rufus & Chaka Khan at their richest, with the emerging electro-funk of the era laying the groundwork for Chakas sensuous vocals. The Jeffrey Osborne co-penned One Million Kisses (R&B #37/UK #86) remains one of the bands more wistful and soulful selections in their latter-day period whilst Try a Little Understanding features a wonderfully playful bind between Chaka and Tonys vocals. Their spine tingling reading of the Jazz standard Dont Go To Strangers was recorded live in the studio with an orchestra and features a stirring vocal by Chaka.

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Manufacturer:
Bbr
Category:
R&B
Release Date:
2016-01-01
EAN:
5013929061330
Artist:
Rufus And Chaka Khan
Publisher:
Bbr
Format:
Import
Binding:
Audio CD
Item Weight:
0.22 pounds
Item Size:
4.92 x 0.47 x 5.75 inches
Package Weight:
0.18 pounds
Package Size:
4.97 x 0.54 x 5.55 inches

 


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