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Will I Ever Find A Love? - Tower Of Power - Tower Of Power (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  • <cite class="fn">Zulkikree </cite>
    The renowned horn-driven funk outfit Tower of Power have been issuing albums and touring the world steadily since the early '70s, in addition to backing up countless other musicians. The group's leader since the beginning has always been tenor saxoph.
  • <cite class="fn">Taule </cite>
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Very Best of Tower of Power: The Warner Years - Tower of Power on AllMusic - - Usually, it's not a good sign if a band is.
  • <cite class="fn">Mikagore </cite>
    Oakland, California music legends Tower of Power -- the most dynamic and distinctive band of survivors in Soul Music -- is roaring into its unprecedented 50th anniversary with a dynamic new disc of all new material that finds them as energized and inspired as ever. A labor of love, definitively titled Soul Side of Town, this package is charged.
  • <cite class="fn">Zuzil </cite>
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Green Label Vinyl release of Tower Of Power on Discogs. Label: Warner Bros. Records - BS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Green Label • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul • Style: Jazz-Funk, Soul, Funk/5().
  • <cite class="fn">Grogul </cite>
    Tower of Power was one of the bands that formed the sound of California in the late sixties/early seventies, as also WAR, The Byrds, Three Dog Night, Santana, Malo, Sly & The Family Stone, Shuggie Otis, The Doobie Brothers, The Friends of Distinction, etc. The group, like several other Californian bands, consisted of black and white and Chicano band members.
  • <cite class="fn">Moogull </cite>
    One of the harder funk albums by Tower Of Power - done with a hard-driving horn-heavy groove, slathered up in East Bay Grease! The group's got a bit of the stoner funk sound that shows their Bay Area roots, but they're also a lot tighter than most of their California contemporaries, and feel more like some of the groups coming out of Memphis and Muscle Shoals at the same time.
  • <cite class="fn">Kazinris </cite>
    This is the only Tower of Power album I own and I really enjoy listening to it. Certain tracks are filled with energy and really capture the band's funky side. These include "What is Hip?" and "Get Yo' Feet Back on the Ground". Other tracks exhibit the band's R&B and Soul capabilities like "Clever Girl" and "Will I Ever Find a Love?"/5(95).
  • <cite class="fn">Sazil </cite>
    When the 10 members of Tower of Power were in place behind Bob Boilen's desk, strategically positioned around the band's famous five-piece horn section, their first collective blast three beats into the sound check literally made the video crew jump. It was more a force of nature than a sound, and an impressive display of the "five fingers operating as one hand" concept of band cohesiveness.

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