In 1973, Rufus had yet to start going by the name Rufus & Chaka Khan. The band was still obscure, and the single that made Khan a superstar (1974's "Tell Me Something Good") was still a year away. Khan was handling most of the lead vocals, although keyboardist Ron Stockert was still doing a fair amount of lead singing. It was in 1973 that ABC released Rufus' self-titled debut album, which wasn't the big seller that 1974's Rags to Rufus, 1975's Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan, and 1977's Ask Rufus would be. ...See Full Description
Album Track Listing
|1||Slip 'N Slide |
|2||Keep It Coming|
|3||There's No Tellin'|
|4||Maybe Your Baby|
|5||I Finally Found You |
|6||Feel Good |
|8||Haulin' Coal |
|9||Whoever's Thrilling You (Is Killing Me) |
|10||Love The One You're With / Sit Yourself Down|
||This powerhouse's no con.|
the raw vocal skills in this first venture with rufus, made you wonder what's next? with that distinctive musical band, you knew it would be what they became, magical....
By 2 k kay (NO,LA,USA)
Everyone thinks Rags to Rufus is their debut, but this one came before that. This is one of Chaka Khan's best vocal performances ever.
By Jackie (Milwaukee, WI)
||"The Voice" debuts|
While not as strong as some of the later Rufus albums,particularly in the production department,this nevertheless features some fantastic vocal performances by the incomparable Chaka Khan.
By Pete (Okayama, Japan.)
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|CD Universe Part number||1515458|
|Release Date||Jan 01, 1997|
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