Out of stock
Many remember the `70s as the platinum age of R&B. Stevie Wonder, Earth, Wind and Fire, The Spinners, Curtis Mayfield and Norman Connors were among a myriad of musicians at peak power. Indeed, it was a great time for beautiful African-American music. Michael Orr and his Spread Love album probably should have been part of that party too, but it wasn’t meant to be...at least not then.
Spread Love was originally released in 1975 on the Detroit based Sunstar label. Largely ignored when it was first issued, it has since gained cult status among soul collectors worldwide. Inspired by the musical vision of Quincy Jones, Michael Orr and bass player Carey Harris assembled a cast of musicians and vocalists to create a timeless masterpiece which effortlessly blends cosmic soul, jazz, funk and gospel influences.
Fantasy & Dreamland
Let Me Be With You Awhile
Here I Go (Through These Changes Again)
A Piece Of Mine
Keep My Fire Burning
You Opened My Eyes To The World
Label: Tidal Waves Music
Catalogue numbers: TWM35
Distributed By-Light In The Attic
Barcodes & Identifiers:
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)