Soul Tattoo

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All Music Guide - Alex Henderson
Long after the Average White Band disappeared from the charts, its impact was being felt. Hip-hop, urban contemporary and new jack swing artists sampled AWB's '70s classics to death in the late 1980s and early to mid-1990s, and such retro acts as the Brand New Heavies wore AWB's influence like a badge of honor. When Soul Tattoo was released in mid-1997, AWB was a quintet consisting of longtime members Alan Gorrie lead vocals, bass, Onnie McIntyre guitar, vocals and Roger Ball sax and newcomers Eliot Lewis keyboards, lead vocals, bass and guitar and Pete Abbott drums, percussion. Although not in a class with Cut the Cake or Soul Searching, the album AWB's first since ...
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All Music Guide - Alex Henderson
Long after the Average White Band disappeared from the charts, its impact was being felt. Hip-hop, urban contemporary and new jack swing artists sampled AWB's '70s classics to death in the late 1980s and early to mid-1990s, and such retro acts as the Brand New Heavies wore AWB's influence like a badge of honor. When Soul Tattoo was released in mid-1997, AWB was a quintet consisting of longtime members Alan Gorrie lead vocals, bass, Onnie McIntyre guitar, vocals and Roger Ball sax and newcomers Eliot Lewis keyboards, lead vocals, bass and guitar and Pete Abbott drums, percussion. Although not in a class with Cut the Cake or Soul Searching, the album AWB's first since 1989's Aftershock is surprisingly good. Thankfully, the band makes no attempt to appeal to 1997's urban contemporary market, and material ranging from the invigorating, horn-driven funk of "Soul Mine," "Love Is the Bottom Line" and the instrumental "Oh, Maceo" to the laidback soul of "Back to Basics," "Welcome to the Real World" and "No Easy Way to Say Goodbye" sounds like it could have been recorded 20 years earlier. Longtime AWB fans will be glad to hear how well Gorrie's voice has held up, and they'll definitely find Soul Tattoo to be inspired and satisfying.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/1/2003
  • Label: Spv Germany
  • EAN: 4001617440223
  • Catalog Number: 3375

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Soul Mine
  2. 2 Back to Basics
  3. 3 Livin' on Borrowed Time
  4. 4 Every Beat of My Heart
  5. 5 When We Get Down to It
  6. 6 Oh, Maceo
  7. 7 Do Ya Really
  8. 8 I Wanna Be Loved
  9. 9 No Easy Way to Say Goodbye
  10. 10 Love Is the Bottom Line
  11. 11 Welcome to the Real World
  12. 12 Window to Your Soul
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Average White Band Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Primary Artist
Daryl Hall Vocals
Alan Gorrie Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Peter Abbott Percussion, Drums
Roger Ball Keyboards, Saxophone, Track Performer
Sammy Figueroa Percussion
John Fumasoli Trombone
Klyde Jones Vocals, Background Vocals
Tony Kadleck Trumpet
Elliot Lewis Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Onnie McIntyre Guitar, Vocals
Fred Vigdor Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Bobby Mayo Keyboards
Tony Kadlick Trumpet
Technical Credits
Butch Hancock Composer
The Average White Band Producer
Alan Gorrie Contributor
Peter Abbott Contributor
Roger Ball Arranger, Composer, Contributor, Horn Arrangements
Elliot Lewis Contributor
Onnie McIntyre Contributor
Peter Moshay Producer, Engineer
Steve Howell Director, Cover Design
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