Charles Wright - The Time Is Wright... FLAC album
Express Yourself" is a song written by Charles Wright and performed by Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band. It was released in 1970 as the title song of their 1970 album, Express Yourself, and is their signature song. It reached on the Billboard Hot 100 and was also their biggest hit on the . R&B chart, reaching The song was produced by Wright.
The Charles Wright Trio then sets off on its own brand of quality jazz fusion execution and song-writing. Wright sometimes leans clean in his tone like Wayne Johnson or a mellowed Mike Sterno. I also heard echoes of the Elliot Freedman Group but then Wright goes riffing off into another unique voicing and phrasing with the grace of a Gambalesque moment. Track Listing: Paradigm, The Time Is Wright, Change of Weather, A Day in the Sun, On the Scene, Don't Be Afraid, Conduit Place, Dream Walk, Lucky Charm, Celestial Ceremony. Personnel: Charles Wright - Guitar, Michael Pryor – Bass, Sean Peck - Drums. Title: the time is wright.
First impressions carry weight, and Charles Wright's The Time Is Wright hits that Allan Holdsworth place in your mind. Wright's chordal phrasing and voicing and the rhythm drive/chord pluckings have that definite Holdsworthian touch. But after that the comparison ends. The Charles Wright Trio then sets off on its own brand of quality jazz fusion execution and songwriting. Guitars, guitar synth, bass, and drums are played exceptionally well, tight, clean, inventively, and best of all, hold your attention due to their novel sound
Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band. Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band is an American soul and funk band. Formed in the early 1960s, they had the most visibility from 1967 to 1973 when the band had 9 singles reach Billboard's pop and/or rhythm and blues charts, such as "Do Your Thing" ( Pop, R&B), "Till You Get Enough" ( R&B, Pop), and "Love Land" (R&B Pop.
Album · 1992 · 16 Songs. Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band, Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band. More By Charles Wright.
Charles Wright, who was born in 1940 in Clarksdale, Mississippi, was a singer, pianist, guitarist, songwriter and leader of the successful eight-member Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band, which had been recruited from Watts in Los Angeles. His early experience came from working in "Strip Joints" playing Rock and Roll music, jamming with the greats of the Stan Kenton Band and touring with The Tab Smith Orchestra, the latter is probably the reason for his lyrical sound. Sites: expressyourself.
Charles Wright went on to record four solo records after the departure of the Watts Band's core rhythm section, Rhythm and Poetry (1972), Doin' What Comes Naturally (1973), Ninety Day Cycle People (1974), and Lil' Encouragement (1975). In 2007, he released a new album, Finally Got It Wright, which includes an updated version of "Express Yourself. Express Yourself" was sampled by Los Angeles rap group . . Wax Poetics Issue 11. pp. 72. Morthland, John (1993). Express Yourself: The Best Of Charles Wright And The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band.
Charles Wright (born in 1940 in Clarksdale, Mississippi) & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band is a pioneering funk band. Active since the 1960s and most popular during the 1970s, the band had a number of Top 20 R&B hits, such as "Do Your Thing" ( Pop, R&B), "Till You Get Enough" ( R&B, Pop), and "Love Land" (R&B Pop but are best known for their biggest.
|2||The Time Is Wright||2:49|
|3||Change Of Weather||3:22|
|4||A Day In The Sun||5:27|
|5||On The Scene||5:28|
|6||Don't Be Afraid||4:10|
- Bass – Mike Pryor
- Drums – Sean Peck
- Guitar, Guitar Synthesizer – Charles Wright
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