Waters 1977 MP3/Flac


Takeshi wrote:

I believe that you see the name of Waters as the background singers on not a few albums you have in your collection. As written below, Waters is the family (brothers and sisters) group of Luther, Maxine (Willard), Oren and Julia (Tillman). In 1975, they released their own first album "Waters" under Blue Note, the well-known Jazz label. It was 1977 that their 2nd album, i.e. this album was released under Warner Bros. Records. This album is one of mid 70's producing works by Michael Omartian and Steve Barri, other works done by whom are, for example, Dionne Warwick "Love At First Sight"(1977). You can find common names of musicians, the core members of Rhythm Heritage, i.e. Michael Omartian (Key), Jay Graydon (g), Ray Parker Jr. (g), Scott Edwards (b), Jeff Porcaro (ds), Ed Greene (ds) and Victor Feldman (perc). I believe you can enjoy this great Philly Soul Music with Westcoast spices. "If There's A Way" written and full of guitar riff by Jay Graydon is awesome!

Track Listing

1)The Other Side of Midnight
2)I Just Wanna Be The One (In Your Life)
3)What Am I Doing Wrong
4)One Good Reason
5)If There's A Way
6)Could It Be The Magic
7)Party, Party
8)We Can Change It
9)Peace At Last