Texas Thunder Soul 1968–1974

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Texas Thunder Soul 1968-1974
Compilation album by Kashmere Stage Band
Released 2006
Recorded 1968-1974

Texas Thunder Soul 1968–1974 is a two-disc compilation album of recordings by the Kashmere Stage Band, released on Now-Again Records in 2006.[1] The first disc contains studio recordings by the group, including energetic cover versions of "Theme from Shaft", "Super Bad", "Scorpio" and "Burning Spear". The second disc features unreleased live recordings and alternate takes, and includes a 12-minute video documentary about the group, Texas Jewels. The album includes a 40-page booklet filled with photos, interviews and ephemera.

Track listing[edit]

Disc one
  1. "Boss City"
  2. "Burning Spear"
  3. "Take Five"
  4. "Super Bad"
  5. "Keep Doing It"
  6. "Thunder Soul"
  7. "Do You Dig It, Man?"
  8. "Headwiggle"
  9. "Do Your Thing" **
  10. "Scorpio" **
  11. "Thank You" **
  12. "Al's Tune"
  13. "All Praises"
  14. "Shaft"
  15. "Kashmere"
  16. "$$ Kash Register $$"
  17. "Zero Point" – parts 1 & 2 (45 version) *
  18. "Getting It Out of My System"
Disc two

Live recordings (all previously unreleased):

  1. "Intro"
  2. "Zero Point"
  3. "All Praises" / "Zero Point" (Reprise)
  4. "Intro"
  5. "Do You Dig It, Man?"
  6. "Don't Mean a Thing"
  7. "Thank You"
  8. "Ain't No Sunshine"
  9. "Do You Dig It, Man?"
  10. "All Praises"
Alternate takes
  1. "Thank You" (45 version)
  2. "Zero Point" (LP version)
  3. "Do Your Thing" (instrumental)
  4. "Getting It Out of My System" *
Bonus documentary
Texas Jewels

* previously unreleased
** previously unissued extended version

Credits[edit]

  • Ricky Adams Saxophone
  • Eothen Alapatt Transfers, Compilation Producer, Research, Annotation
  • Arthur Armstrong Saxophone
  • Frank Bell Drums
  • Johnny Brown Saxophone
  • Gerald Calhoun Bass
  • Andrei Carriere Guitar
  • Paul Chevalier Guitar
  • Rev. James Cleveland Trombone
  • Dorothy Compton Percussion
  • Dave Cooley Mastering, Restoration
  • Lionel Cormier and the Sundown P Saxophone
  • Gerald Curvey Drums
  • Patricia Davis Lead
  • Ronnie Davis Trumpet
  • Michael Dogan Bass
  • Timothy Dunham Saxophone
  • Lawrence Foster Trombone
  • Samuel Frazier Trumpet, Tambourine
  • Grady Gaines Douglas Sax (Alto)
  • Roy Garcia Guitar
  • Craig Green Bass, Drums
  • Morris 'Sonny' Hall Conga
  • Dwight Harris Trombone
  • Ray Harris Drums
  • Kelly Hibbert Mastering, Restoration
  • Bill Holford Engineer
  • James "Ham" Jackson Saxophone
  • Leo Jackson Trumpet
  • Michael "Mike Dee" Johnson Trumpet
  • Audrey Jones Trumpet
  • Jesse Jones, Jr. Saxophone
  • Samuel Jones Trombone
  • Sheila Jordan Soprano (Vocal)
  • Hilton Joseph Saxophone, Sax (Tenor)
  • Johnny Lewis Drums
  • Henry Marks Drums
  • Thaddeus McGowen Saxophone
  • Bruce Middleton Flute, Saxophone, Sax (Tenor)
  • George Miller Saxophone, Tenor (Vocal)
  • Diane Moore French Horn
  • Harold Morris Saxophone
  • Cloyce Muckelroy Trumpet
  • Alva Nelson Organ, Saxophone, Fender Rhodes
  • Glennie Odoms Saxophone
  • Larry Phillips Saxophone
  • Shirley Ploucha French Horn
  • Leon Polk Trumpet
  • Johnny Reason Guitar
  • Sherman Robertson Guitar, Tambourine
  • Claude Robinson Transfers
  • Matt Rowlands Art Direction
  • Earl Spiller Guitar
  • Byron Starling Trombone
  • Roy Taylor Saxophone
  • John C. Thomas Trumpet
  • Wilmon Toran Saxophone
  • Clyde Walker Saxophone, Baritone (Vocal)
  • Jimmie "J.J." Walker Trombone
  • Bruce White Saxophone
  • Elray Wiseman Trumpet
  • Byron Wooten Trumpet
  • Henry Robinson Drums
  • Naomi James Piano
  • Linda Wiseman Percussion
  • Katherine Lambert Percussion
  • Elmer Glover Bongos
  • Jackie Gray Drums

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kashmere Stage Band – Texas Thundersoul | Now-Again". Nowagainrecords.com. 2006-01-09. Retrieved 2014-05-28. 

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