Little Beaver Black Rhapsody (1974)

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  • 1. a tribute to wes
  • 2. blues for mama
  • 3. hit me with funky music
  • 4. loosen up
  • 5. summertime
  • 6. just my imagination
  • 7. never can say goodbye
  • 8. let's stay together

Miami Funk instrumentalist supreme Little Beaver joined by the Alston/Cat in-house Miami sessioners.

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