180 Gram Vinyl Record
For more than four decades, Tower Of Power have been the one of the premier soul, funk and rock bands of our time. Captivating audiences all over the world, the mighty Bay Area ensemble continues to tour extensively and release great music as proven with their 1976 smash Live And In Living Color.
Live And In Living Color reigns as one of the most notable live albums in funk history. With six super long jams from the pens of founders Emilio Castillo (alto sax/vocals) and Stephen Kupka (baritone sax/vocals), the LP did well on the R&B radio formats as well as rock and jazz outlets across the country. Especially with the incredible live version of their top charting smash "What Is Hip?"
Further T.O.P. champions such as "Knock Yourself Out", "Down To The Nightclub" and the soulful ballad grooves of "You're Still A Young Man" and "Sparkling In The Sand" made this album truly memorable.
Friday Music is no stranger to the soulful and funk sounds of the legendary superstars Tower Of Power. Impeccably mastered from the Warner Bros. tapes by Joe Reagoso (Tower Of Power/The Isley Brothers/Earth Wind & Fire), Friday Music has also included the original LP cover graphics to further enhance your Tower Of Power experience.
|1-Down To The Nightclub (Bump City)|
|2-You’re Still A Young Man|
|3-What Is Hip?|
|4-Sparkling In The Sand|
|1-Knock Yourself Out|