Kenneth "Afro" Williams Appears on
||Ice on Fire CDs (1977) |
Kenneth "Afro" Williams songs The Mighty Diamonds, one of reggae music's most beloved harmony groups, recorded some of its best albums for Virgin's Front Line subsidiary in the late 1970s. This bizarre effort is not among them. Recorded in New Orleans ...
||Tribal CD (2010) |
Kenneth "Afro" Williams music CDs Dr. John revives the Night Tripper persona for his new album Tribal, which features guest spots from Derek Trucks, Donald Harrison, and tunes by Bobby Charles and Allen Toussaint.
2010 album by the American blues/jazz virtrouso. Recorded in ...
||Tribal CD (2010) |
Kenneth "Afro" Williams CD discography Recording information: St Martin's Church, East Woodhay (10/20/1997-10/22/1997).
||Louisiana Love Call CD (1992)
Kenneth "Afro" Williams songs Louisiana Love Call is Maria Muldaur's tribute to New Orleans. Originally issued in 1992 on the now-defunct Black Top label, the set features Muldaur in the company of some of the Crescent City's most storied players, including ...
||Best of Bourbon Street Blues CD (1997) |
Kenneth "Afro" Williams music CDs Live Recording
Additional personnel includes: "Big" Al Carson.
Recorded at Ultrasonic Studios, New Orleans, Louisiana. Includes liner notes by John Sinclair.
Personnel: Kenneth "Afro" Williams (vocals, congas, percussion); Alton Carson (vocals); Harry Sterling, Mario G. Tio (guitar); Joe Saulsbury, Jr. ...
||Action Speaks Louder Than Words CD (2011) |
Kenneth "Afro" Williams CD discography Digitally remastered and expanded edition of this 1975 album from the Soul/R&B act. Originally formed as a four-piece in Memphis, Chocolate Milk released this debut album after relocating to New Orleans to become the house band for ...
||People Get Ready Now CD (2007) |
Kenneth "Afro" Williams albums No one is more New Orleans than James "12" Andrews. 12's lineage is thick with New Orleans R&B legends such as his grandfather Jesse Hill and his great uncle Papoose Nelson. His early instruction as a pupil ...
||We're All in This Together/Milky Way CD (2010) |
Kenneth "Afro" Williams discography We're All in This Together (1977) and Milky Way (1979), Chocolate Milk's fourth and fifth albums, are combined on this Funky Town Grooves disc. These were two of the band's most popular releases -- they enjoyed two- ...
||Fiyo on the Bayou CD (1981) |
Kenneth "Afro" Williams albums Ultradiscs are mastered from the original master tapes using Mobile Fidelity's proprietary mastering technique, then plated with 24 karat gold and housed in a stress-resistant lift-lock jewel box.
A brilliant updating of the New Orleans R&B sound to ...
||Ice Cold Funk: the Greatest Grooves of Chocolate Milk (2009) |
Kenneth "Afro" Williams discography Track Listing of songs: Action Speaks Louder Than Words; How About Love; Running Away; Comin'; Girl Callin'; Say Won'tcha; Groove City; Hey Lover; Blue Jeans; Let's Go All the Way; Take It Off; Who's Getting It Now;
||This Is Jazz #30 CD (1997) |
Kenneth "Afro" Williams CD discography Spanning four LPs and almost six years, This Is Jazz presents the best of the Dirty Dozen Brass Band. Compiled and annotated by their producer Scott Billington, the set does a great job of picking and choosing ...
||You Are My Friend: The Ballads CD (1997) |
Kenneth "Afro" Williams albums Includes liner notes by Brian Chin.
Personnel: Ronald Smith , Spencer Bean, Edward Batts, John Rowin, Ray Parker Jr., Leo Nocentelli (guitar); Louis Russell (acoustic guitar); Carl Blouin (baritone saxophone); James Weber (trumpet); Jerome Verges, Michael Genevay, Jimmy Duggan (trombone); Ernest Straughter, Michael Stanton (piano, keyboards); Miguel Fuentes (vibraphone); Nate Neblett, Herman V. Ernest III (drums); Kenneth "Afro" Williams, Munyungo Jackson (percussion); Luther Waters, Jay Van Hall, Rosie ...