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Soul Train

   Artist: The Rimshots
Label: A1 Records
Orig. Released: 1972
Catalog No.: LPA19002
Condition: Sealed-Reissue
Format: LP

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Description
The Rimshots were an American funk and disco band, popular in the late 1970s. The group started out as the house band for the labels of All Platinum Records and in particular, Stang Records in the early 1970s. The (then nameless) rhythm section recorded for the artists signed to the company (including Hank Ballard, Donnie Elbert, Shirley & Company, Chuck Jackson, Brook Benton, Solomon Burke, Brother to Brother, Eleanor Mills, The Moments, and Etta James). Along with King Curtis, they recorded the original theme song for the 1971 hit television show, Soul Train.

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Track Titles
1. "NEIGHBOR! GET YOUR OWN" 3:10
(N. Edmonds, A. Covington)
2. "A HOT DAY IN HARLEM" 3:10
(N. Edmonds, M. Watson)
3. "LOVE, TRUE LOVE! (Please Pass My Way)" 3:50
(Joe Richardson)
4. "IN COLD BLOOD" 3:35
(N. Edmonds)

1. "SOULTRAIN PART 1" 2:13
2. "SOULTRAIN PART 2" 2:50
3. "BORN FUNKY" 3:15
(Joe Richardson)
4. "COASTIN' AND CRASHIN' PART 1" 3:16
(N. Edmonds)
5. "COASTIN' AND CRASHIN' PART 2" 3:14
(N. Edmonds)


 

Liner Notes
PRODUCED BY: NATE "THE GATOR" EDMONDS DISTRIBUTED BY ALL PLATINUM RECORD COMPANY
Musicians
* WALTER MORRIS - LEAD GUITAR * TOMMY KEITH - RHYTHM GUITAR * CLARENCE OLIVER - DRUMS * JONATHAN WILLIAMS - BASS * BERNADETTE RANDLE - KEYBOARDS * MOZART PIERRE LOUIS - ORGAN
 
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