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For the first time on CD and LP, an anthology celebrating the work of composer, arranger, producer and pianist Webster Lewis from his time at Epic Records. The era of 1976-1981 is one of polished, luxurious jazz funk and soul, defined by Webster across his four albums at Epic supported by an array of guest musicians, lush string sections and often uncredited singers. This collection contains the artist's signature tracks "Barbara Ann", "Give Me Some Emotion", "El Bobo" and recently uncovered gems from the vaults "Reach Out", "Boston" and "Japanese Umbrella". The CD features an exclusive essay written by Will Fox with unique insights from the legendary DJ Patrick Forge.
For the first time on CD and LP, an anthology celebrating the work of composer, arranger, producer and pianist Webster Lewis from his time at Epic Records. The era of 1976-1981 is one of polished, luxurious jazz funk and soul, defined by Webster across his four albums at Epic supported by an array of guest musicians, lush string sections and often uncredited singers. This collection contains the artist's signature tracks "Barbara Ann", "Give Me Some Emotion", "El Bobo" and recently uncovered gems from the vaults "Reach Out", "Boston" and "Japanese Umbrella". The CD features an exclusive essay written by Will Fox with unique insights from the legendary DJ Patrick Forge.
5019421731412

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Format: Vinyl
Label: EXPANSION UK
Rel. Date: 12/16/2022
UPC: 5019421731412

Give Me Some Emotion-Epic Anthology 1976-1981 (Uk)
Artist: Webster Lewis
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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DISC: 1

1. Hideaway (4:56)
2. Barbara Ann (6:02)
3. Do It With Style (4:56)
4. Love is the Way (4:55)
5. Give Me Some Emotion (4:00)
6. There's A Happy Feeling (6:02)
7. Touch My Love (4:02)
8. Dancer (3:41)
9. El Bobo (4:08)
10. You Are My Life (3:36)
11. Let Me Be the One (3:47)
12. Japanese Umbrella (8:31)
13. Reach Out (4:17)
14. Boston (4:56)
15. The Love You Give to Me (6:14)
16. Love Won't Harm No One (4:39)

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For the first time on CD and LP, an anthology celebrating the work of composer, arranger, producer and pianist Webster Lewis from his time at Epic Records. The era of 1976-1981 is one of polished, luxurious jazz funk and soul, defined by Webster across his four albums at Epic supported by an array of guest musicians, lush string sections and often uncredited singers. This collection contains the artist's signature tracks "Barbara Ann", "Give Me Some Emotion", "El Bobo" and recently uncovered gems from the vaults "Reach Out", "Boston" and "Japanese Umbrella". The CD features an exclusive essay written by Will Fox with unique insights from the legendary DJ Patrick Forge.
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