LARRY GRAHAM: CHILLIN' (SoulMusic Records/Warner X)

Larry Graham Chillin'

Distributed by X5/Warners, SoulMusic Records in association with Platinum Garage Recordings is proud to present CHILLIN', an 11-track album by the legendary Larry Graham which was originally recorded some 30 years ago and are now seeing the light of the day.  While known for his pioneering work as a bassist (which brought him international fame as the leader of Graham Central Station), Larry's baritone vocal style propelled his solo success with "One In A Million You" and "Just Be My Lady" in the early '80s: CHILLIN'  picks up where his '80s albums left off, showcasing Larry's elegant and laidback vocals on a set of melodic, Philly soul-styled tracks, crafted at a time when music didn’t have to apologize for being romantic. 

Available on all digital platforms including iTunes, Amazon and Spotify 

https://open.spotify.com/album/6EmAw4L7ikOWAIOF0Vipax?si=iUcwApUaS-aCIQNa_WUY7g

CREDITS:

All tracks written & produced by Preston Glass & Larry Graham; published by Graham–O–Tunes (BMI)/ Platinum Garage (BMI), unless otherwise indicated

All tracks - keyboards, Strings, Drums & bass: Preston Glass, unless otherwise indicated    
Tracks 4, 7, 10 - sitar: Preston Glass
Tracks 1, 2, 6, 8, 10 - backing vocals: Larry Graham & Tina Graham
Tracks 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 11 - backing vocals: Larry Graham

1.  "Just This Side Of Paradise" 

2.   "Sweeter" 
B3 Organ: Preston Glass       
Bass: Larry Graham
Drum Programming: Noel T. Closson

3    "Chillin’” 

4.   "Every I Love You" 
                  
5.  "Beggars Can’t Be Choosey"     

6.  "Eternal Love”

7.  "If I Knew Then (What I Know Now)" 
                  
8.  "Easy Way Out" 
 
9.  "Unconditional Guarantee"             
              
10. "Man & Wife"
                 
11. "Faraway Places”
 
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS; DAVID NATHAN & PRESTON GLASS
Album mastered at Multi-Task Labs, Santa Monica, Ca. by Zack Marlow & Preston Glass

Preston Glass would like to thank: Gina Glass, Tina Graham, David Nathan, Maureen Droney, Maddog Studio, Noel T. Closson…..

2020 © SOUL MUSIC RECORDS/ Platinum Garage Recordings, distributed by Warner X

 

 

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