Link original: Raul de Souza – Til Tomorrow Comes (1979)
Publicado em: Sunday, May 25, 2008 by zecalouro
I said yesterday that we would have Samba albums today, but I changed my mind to show a Raul de Souza album that never had a CD reissue. Although not a Samba album, Til Tomorrow Comes will make you kick around the house, since it seeks harmony with the moment experience by the music in the late 70’s, especially in the year of 1979, where disco music dominated the charts in US and abroad. This is essentially a disco music album, it has nothing to do with jazz, and it is very important to understand this concept before jumping into it. Let’s see.
This is Raul de Souza – Til Tomorrow Comes (1979), for Capitol, the third out of three albums released by Raulzinho at Capitol, following the acclaimed Sweet Lucy and Don’t Ask My Neighbors, both produced by George Duke and also never released in CD. Actually, George Duke’s production is what differs Til Tomorrow Comes, produced by Arthur Wright, which is probably responsible for this first and only Raul de Souza disco music experience. Personnel listing features only American musicians with a single and very important exception, Maestro Moacir Santos playing sax with no individual track credits. Tracks include:
James Gadson, Edward Greene
David T. Walker, Greg Poree, Arthur Wright
Greg Phillingaines, Alan Oldfield
Clarence “Butch” Robinson, Eddie “Bongo” Brown
Raul de Souza
Willian Green, Ernie Fields, Moacir Santos
Leslie Dreayton, Bobby Bryant Sr.
Maurice Spears, Donald Cooke, Lou McCreary
Bonita Wilson, Lynn B. Davis, Oneida James, Marie Jones
01 – Til Tomorrow Comes (B. Nakagawa / Arthur Wright)
02 – Only When You Can (Arthur Wright)
03 – Fe-no-me-nol (Arthur Wright)
04 – Pleasurize (G. Know / Arthur Wright)
05 – Up And At It (Raul de Souza / Arthur Wright)
06 – Everybody’s Got To Dance To The Music (Arthur Wright)
07 – Self Sealing (Arthur Wright)
08 – Boogie Shoes (Arthur Wright)
Este disco pode ser buscado no Um que Tenha.