Soul Searching

Soul Searching

by The Average White Band
     
 

AWB's artistic winning streak continued with its outstanding fourth album, Soul Searching. Interestingly, this wasn't an album that enjoyed a great deal of publicity or that contained a lot of major hits. In fact, its biggest single, the dreamy "Queen of My Soul," only made it to number 21 on Billboard's R&B albums chart. But thanks to the devoted following …  See more details below

Overview

AWB's artistic winning streak continued with its outstanding fourth album, Soul Searching. Interestingly, this wasn't an album that enjoyed a great deal of publicity or that contained a lot of major hits. In fact, its biggest single, the dreamy "Queen of My Soul," only made it to number 21 on Billboard's R&B albums chart. But thanks to the devoted following AWB had acquired since signing with Atlantic in 1974, Soul Searching went gold. Indeed, AWB aficionados were quite receptive to first-rate material ranging from the invigorating "I'm the One" to the hauntingly romantic "A Love of Your Own." By zeroing in on their strengths -- hard-hitting funk and delightfully melodic soul -- AWB saw to it that Soul Searching was every bit as rewarding as its predecessors.

Product Details

Release Date:
07/20/1993
Label:
Atlantic
UPC:
0081227127220
catalogNumber:
71272

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Tracks

  1. Overture
  2. Love Your Life
  3. I'm the One
  4. A Love of Your Own
  5. Queen of My Soul
  6. Soul Searching
  7. Goin' Home
  8. Everybody's Darling
  9. Would You Stay
  10. Sunny Days (Make Me Think of You)
  11. Digging Deeper (Finale)

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Average White Band   Primary Artist
Michael Brecker   Horn,Tenor Saxophone
Ronnie Cuber   Saxophone,Baritone Saxophone
Marvin Stamm   Trumpet
Alan Gorrie   Bass,Guitar,Vocals,Background Vocals
Carl Martin   Percussion
Roger Ball   Keyboards,Saxophone,Alto Saxophone
Seymour Barab   Cello
Kenneth Bichel   Synthesizer
Randy Brecker   Trumpet,Horn
David Brigati   Vocals
Eddie Brigati   Vocals
Malcolm Duncan   Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone
Steve Ferrone   Percussion,Drums
Jesse Levy   Cello
Onnie McIntyre   Guitar,Vocals
Jim Mullen   Guitar
Barry Rogers   Trombone
Hamish Stuart   Bass,Guitar,Vocals,Background Vocals
Carlos Martin   Conga
Alan Schulman   Cello

Technical Credits

Roger Ball   Horn Arrangements,String Arrangements
Jimmy Douglass   Engineer
Arif Mardin   Producer
Gene Paul   Engineer
Bobby Warner   Engineer
A. Scott Galloway   Liner Notes
Peter Corriston   Art Direction

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