Label: Cypress Records - 661 120-2 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Rhythm & Blues
Released in , this album features an ensemble of 10 musicians, occasionally 11 or The rhythm section (drummer and bassist) are David Garibaldi and Francis Rocco Prestia. These guys, together with the amazing horns, form a "tight" or together sound that electrifies me with every listen. There are also guitar, keys, hand percussion, and of course vocals -- all so incredibly tight for a pc/5().
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rows · A renowned horn-driven outfit, Tower of Power emerged in the late '60s playing a dynamic .
Bryan E. Cummings. out of 5 stars. The Beginning of Act 2. Reviewed in the United States on Janu. "Power" is Tower of Power's return to solid soul/funk and a focus on musicianship after their dominance in the early 70s and descent into disco in the late 70's. The brilliance of their early 70's albums will always be their claim to fame, but the second half of their career, beginning with this /5(20).
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