Coke (album)

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Coke
Coke cover.jpg
Studio album by Coke Escovedo
Released 1975
Recorded June & July 1975 at Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco, CA
Genre Soul
Label Mercury
Producer Patrick Gleeson
Coke Escovedo chronology
Coke
(1975)
Comin' at Ya!
(1976)Comin' at Ya!1976
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

Coke is the first album by the former Santana and Azteca band member Coke Escovedo. The album was produced by Patrick Gleeson and released in 1975.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "No One to Depend On"
  2. "Why Can't We Be Lovers"
  3. "Rebirth"
  4. "Easy Come Easy Go"
  5. "Love Letters"
  6. "Hall's Delight"
  7. "If I Ever Lose This Heaven"
  8. "What Are You Under"
  9. "Make It Sweet"
  10. "Life is a Tortured Love Affair"

Personnel[edit]

  • Coke Escovedo - Percussion
  • Harvey Mason, Pete Risso - Drums
  • Mark Philipps - Bass
  • Joe Rubino - Guitar
  • Frank Mercurio - Keyboards
  • Vince Denim - Saxophone on "Hall's Delight"
  • Forrest Buchtel, Mike Kirkhouse, Ron Smith, Vince Denim - Horns
  • Joanna Hervig, Miriam Dye, Nathan Rubin, Roy Malan, Teresa Adams - Strings
  • Calvin Tillery, Linda Tillery - Lead Vocals
  • Julia Tillman, Maxine Willard - Backing Vocals

Charts[edit]

Year Chart Position
1976 Billboard Top LPs 195
1975 Billboard Top Soul LPs 44

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