CD We're All in This Together/Milky Way * [886976607722] (CD 6972696),
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We're All in This Together/Milky Way * [886976607722]

  • 1. Grand Theft
    2. Thinking of You
    3. We're All in This Together
    4. Help Me Find the Road
    5. Fertility
    6. America
    7. That's the Way She Loves
    8. Over the Rainbow
    9. Girl Callin'
    10. Fertility
    11. Save the Last Dance
    12. Hurry Down Sunset
    13. You're the One
    14. Milky Way
    15. Paradise
    16. Groove City
    17. Say Won'tcha
    18. Doc
    19. Milky Way [Reprise]
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): HTS003

  • Credits
    ProducerAllen Toussaint; Donald Cleveland (Reissue); Tony Calvert (Reissue)
    EngineerRoberta Grace; Skip Godwin; Bob Hughes

    Personnel: Mario G. Tio (vocals, guitar, percussion); Steve Hughes (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Amadee Castenell, Jr. (vocals, flute, saxophone, tenor saxophone, percussion, background vocals); Joe Foxx (vocals, trumpet, percussion); Robert Dabon (vocals, keyboards, synthesizer, percussion); Dwight Richards (vocals, drums, percussion, background vocals); Kenneth "Afro" Williams (vocals, congas, percussion); Franky J. Richard (vocals, percussion); Frank Richard (vocals, background vocals); David Barard (vocals); Mario Tio (guitar); Joseph Fox III (trumpet, background vocals).
    Audio Mixer: Bob Hughes.
    Audio Remixer: Skip Godwin.
    Recording information: Sea-Saint Recording Studio, Inc., New Orleans, LA; Total Experience Studio, Los Angeles, CA.
    We're All in This Together (1977) and Milky Way (1979), Chocolate Milk's fourth and fifth albums, are combined on this Funky Town Grooves disc. These were two of the band's most popular releases -- they enjoyed two- to four-month stays on the Billboard R&B album chart -- and they were the source of a few hit singles, namely "Girl Callin'" (which went Top 20 R&B), "Say Won'tcha," and "Groove City." Though Chocolate Milk hailed from Memphis and benefited from extensive assistance from New Orleans R&B king Allen Toussaint, their two albums here have more of a slick, laid-back, West Coast feel to them. ~ Andy Kellman

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