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Soul Searching album for sale by Average White Band was released Jul 20, 1993 on the Rhino (Label) label. AWB's artistic winning streak continued with its outstanding fourth album, Soul Searching. Interestingly, this wasn't an album that enjoyed a great deal of publicity or that contained a lot of major hits Soul Searching songs. In fact, its biggest single, the dreamy "Queen of My Soul," only made it to number 21 on Billboard's R&B albums chart Soul Searching album for sale. But thanks to the devoted following AWB had acquired since signing with Atlantic in 1974, Soul Searching went gold. Soul Searching CD music contains a single disc with 11 songs. ...See Full Description
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||Best kept secret of the 70's|
This is the soul music that defined the 1970's. The harmony mixed with rythem and blues makes this album one of the bands best. Definitely!
By the_dove1 (Portland, OR, USA)
Pure vision, genius,top shelf, gargantuon grooves. This album sets the standard for sophistication and style in funk music. I know of no one else who could do it. A whole class above anyone else. I doubt if anyone will ever breath the musical lust and sweat the cosmic grooves like the average White Band. This album is pure greased up orgasmic locomotion.
By a reviewer (Coogee ,Sydney Australia)
||True soul music|
This had to have been one of the hottest albums of 1976. "A Love Of Your Own", "I'm The One" and "Love Your Life" stayed in heavy rotation in my house as a kid on Saturday mornings and family gatherings. I'll definitely buy this one again and spring it on my parents.
By T.C. (Warrenton, Virginia)
||Very well Produced!|
This record has so much going for it. It was their apex in the quality of songwriting, composition, and creative studio work. It has honest to goodness hits on this record.
By tracesoasis_place (Century City, CA)
||AWB - evolving|
A positive move away, but ahead, from the initial two releases. Less funky, but very well performed and produced. If you're a fan, you'll love it.
By a reviewer (Huntsville, AL, USA)
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Soul Searching songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1117569|
|Release Date||Jul 20, 1993|
|Engineer||Gene Paul; Jimmy Douglass; Bobby Warner|
|Recording Time||46 minutes|
|Personnel||Steve Ferrone - drums, percussion|
Hamish Stuart - vocals, guitar, bass
Alan Gorrie - vocals, guitar, background vocals
Malcolm "Molly" Duncan - tenor saxophone
Onnie McIntyre - guitar
Roger Ball - alto saxophone, keyboards
Kenneth Bichel - synthesizer
Carl Martin - percussion
Also: Michael Brecker, Randy Brecker, Ronnie Cuber, Marvin Stamm, Alan Shulman, Barry Rogers, Seymour Barab, Eddie Brigati, Jesse Levy, Jim Mullen, Carlos Martin, Dave Brigati, Ken Bichel