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Larry Graham with Graham Central Station - Star Walk album

Larry Graham with Graham Central Station - Star Walk album
  • Performer Larry Graham with Graham Central Station
  • Title Star Walk
  • Other formats VOC DMF MOD WMA ASF MIDI AC3
  • Genre Jazz / Rock / Soul / Pop
  • Size MP3 1734 mb
  • Size FLAC 1924 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 882

Complete your Larry Graham With Graham Central Station collection.

The final WB collection from Graham Central Station, STAR WALK, was released in 1979, and is a tour de force of R&B. Of course there's the gutbucket funk of such tracks as "(You're A) Foxy Lady," "Scream" and "The Entertainer," led by Larry's justly famous slap-bass work. Album of the Day. Larry Graham & Graham Central Station. Tuesday, August 14, 2018. The bass is at the bedrock of funk, and Larry Graham is one of the instrument's greatest masters. After cutting several seminal albums with his cousin Sly Stone's band, Graham formed his own group and signed with Warner Bros. The final WB collection from Graham Central Station, STAR WALK, was released in 1979, and is a tour de force of R&B

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Larry Graham Jr. (born August 14, 1946) is an American bass guitar player and singer, both with the psychedelic soul/funk band Sly and the Family Stone, and as the founder and frontman of Graham Central Station.

But his former bassist Larry Graham was still going strong. Released in 1979, Star Walk was the last album that Graham would record with Graham Central Station for quite some time; in 1980, the influential singer/electric bassist officially became a full-time solo artist and soared to the top of the R&B charts with his debut solo single, "One in a Million Yo. And not until 1998's GCS 2000 would Graham use the GCS name on another album. If the name GCS had to be put to rest for a long time, at least the band went out with a bang on Star Walk. This excellent LP, which Graham produced himself, is full of sweaty, aggressive funk treasures; anyone who appreciates gutbucket funk would have a hard time not loving "Scream," "The Entertainer," and the single "(You're A) Foxy Lady. But not everything on this record is hardcore funk.

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Star Walk: Best 2 songs. Larry Graham & Graham Central Station - Foxy Lady 06:12. Larry Graham & Graham Central Station - Sneaky Freak 07:10. Larry Graham & Graham Central Station: best 2 tracks. Larry Graham & Graham Central Station, Larry Graham and Graham Central Station - Is It Love? My Radio Sure Sounds Good To Me, 1978 03:38. Graham Central Station, Larry Graham & Graham Central Station - Release Yourself Release Yourself, 1974 04:43. Artist: Larry Graham & Graham Central Station.

Graham Central Station seem to have slipped through the cracks in Funk history a bit – not sure why that should be, as judging by this excellent set they carried as much invention and verve as the more revered trail-blazers of that genre. The recordings here still buzz with energy, moulding good time vibes, dance rhythms and out-and-out nuttiness to great effect. Larry Graham and his ever-changing line up were masters of Funk and here is the proof. All words by Ian Canty – see his author profile here.