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Black Cream

The Harold Wheeler Consort

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1
Black Cream
The Harold Wheeler Consort
3:54
2
Then Came You / Don't Cry Girl
The Harold Wheeler Consort
7:32
3
The Need to Be
The Harold Wheeler Consort
4:38
4
Let's Put It All Together
The Harold Wheeler Consort
4:34
5
Color Me Soul
The Harold Wheeler Consort
3:04
6
Corner of the Sky
The Harold Wheeler Consort
3:29
7
Feel Like Makin' Love
The Harold Wheeler Consort
3:45
8
Send in the Clowns
The Harold Wheeler Consort
5:27
9
Mack the Knife
The Harold Wheeler Consort
3:28
Total Playing Time    39:51
The Harold Wheeler Consort created their album Black Cream in 1975. This album combines funk and soul brilliantly for audiences to enjoy some easy listening from the past. The acclaimed composer and musician Harold Wheeler leads this group.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Gryphon Records Studio Masters

This album contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source.

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