Liberated Fantasies is the eighth studio album by American keyboardist George Duke. It was recorded and mixed by Kerry McNabb at Paramount Recording Studios in Hollywood, California in 1976 and released through MPS Records, making it Duke's seventh and final album for the label. The album features contributions from Alphonso Johnson and Leon "Ndugu" Chancler with guest appearances from several musicians, including vocalist Napoleon Murphy Brock, guitarist Daryl Stuermer, percussionists Airto Moreira and Emil Richards.
Reaching a peak position of number 190 on the US Billboard 200, the album remained on the chart for a total of two weeks.
- George Duke – vocals, keyboards, synthesizer, producer
- Napoleon Murphy Brock – lead vocals (track 5), backing vocals (tracks: 2, 9)
- Bonnie Bowdon Amaro – vocals (tracks: 7, 9)
- Rashid Duke – vocals (track 4)
- Janet Ferguson Hoff – backing vocals (tracks: 2, 4)
- Ruth Komanoff – backing vocals (track 4)
- Leon "Ndugu" Chancler – vocals (track 9), drums, goblet drum
- George Johnson – guitar (track 1)
- Daryl Stuermer – guitar (tracks: 5, 9)
- David Amaro – acoustic guitar (track 7)
- Alphonso Johnson – bass
- Airto Moreira – percussion (tracks: 6, 7, 9)
- Emil Richards – marimba (track 6)
- Kerry McNabb – mixing & recording
- Baldhard G. Falk – executive producer
- Cal Schenkel – design & photography
- Herb Cohen – management
- ^ Recorded in 1976. Released in Europe titled "The Dream" by MPS in 1978. Released in the USA (in a slightly different version) as "The 1976 Solo Keyboard Album" by Epic in 1982.