Peaceful World is the eighth studio album (a double-LP) by rock band The Rascals, released in May 1971. It peaked at number 122 on the Billboard 200 chart. The single "Love Me" reached number 95 on the Billboard Hot 100. Vocalist Eddie Brigati left the Rascals in August 1970, with guitarist Gene Cornish leaving the following month.
Peaceful World is the eighth studio album (a double-LP) by rock band The Rascals, released in May 1971. Peaceful World. Studio album by. The Rascals. Peaceful World was the first album featuring this new version of the band Many of the songs on Peaceful World were jazz-influenced, as opposed to the "blue-eyed soul" style of the Rascals' heyday; the title track, in particular, was a long piece featuring improvisation and multiple extended solos Reception.
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The Rascals – Peaceful World. Label: Sony Records – SRCS 6451. Series: Nice Price Line – 49. Format: CD, Album, Reissue.
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Peaceful World is a wonderful blend of soul, jazz, and funk that never found an audience. Perhaps it was because the positive sentiments expressed in the lyrics were unfortunately becoming passé; perhaps it was the diversity of the two-record set itself. Despite its lack of commercial success, this was an artistic triumph for Felix Cavaliere. With a supporting cast including jazz luminaries Joe Farrell, Hubert Laws, Alice Coltrane, and Ron Carter, Cavaliere creates a musical vision of the Peaceful World conjured up by the album's title. Many of the tracks, including the side-long (21:25) title track, are mellow jazz excursions. This ambitious album took the Rascals to the place Cavaliere had been headed over the course of the last couple of albums - but, sadly, the fans didn't follow. Track Listing - Disc 1. Title/Composer.
Perhaps it was because the positive sentiments expressed in the lyrics were unfortunately becoming passé; perhaps it was the diversity of the two-record set itself
Backing Vocals [Background Voice] – Cynthia WebbBass – G. Gemott*Guitar – Buzz Feiten*Guitar, Arranged By [Horn Arrangements] – Link Chamberlain*Percussion – R. MacDonald*Saxophone – Ernie Wilking*, Joe FarrellTrombone, Horns – Garnett BrownTrumpet – Ernie Royal, Joe Newman
|1-2||In And Out Of Love
Bass – William SalterPercussion – R. MacDonald*Written-By, Guitar, Vocals – B. Feiten*
|1-3||Bit Of Heaven
Backing Vocals [Background] – Bruce Buono*, Buddy Buono*Baritone Saxophone – Pepper AdamsBass – C. Rainey*Guitar – L. Chamberlain*Tenor Saxophone – J. Farrell*Trumpet – J. Newman*
Bass – C. Rainey*Guitar – B. Feiten*Vocals – Felix Cavaliere, Molly Holt
|1-5||Mother Nature Land
Bass – G. Gemott*Flute – Hubert LawsPercussion – Dino*, R. MacDonald*Vocals – Ann Sutton*, F. Cavaliere*
Bass, Vocals – Buzz Feiten*Written-By – B. Feiten*
Backing Vocals [Background] – Bruce Buono*, Buddy Buono*Bass – C. Rainey*Guitar – L. Chamberlain*
Guitar, Bass – B. Feiten*Saxophone – Jon Smith
Bass – Ron CarterFlute – H. Laws*Harp – Alice Coltrane
|2-3||Visit To Mother Nature Land
Bass – G. Gemott*Percussion – Dino*, R. MacDonald*Vocals – Ann Sutton*, F. Cavaliere*
Guitar [Rhythm] – L. Chamberlain*Guitar, Bass – B. Feiten*
Bass, Guitar – B. Feiten*Congas, Drums [Talking Drums] – R. MacDonald*Electric Piano, Organ – F. Cavaliere*Flute, Soprano Saxophone – J. Farrell*Vocals – M. Holt*
|G 30462||The Rascals||Peaceful World (2xLP, Album, Pit)||Columbia||G 30462||US||1971|
|SRCS 6451||The Rascals||Peaceful World (CD, Album, RE)||Sony Records||SRCS 6451||Japan||1995|
|CS-10.076||The Rascals||Peaceful World (LP, Album, Pit)||CBS||CS-10.076||Venezuela||1971|
|10.076||The Rascals||Peaceful World (2xLP, Album)||CBS||10.076||Venezuela||1971|
|S 64406/7||The Rascals||Peaceful World (2xLP, Album)||CBS||S 64406/7||UK||1971|