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Souled Out is a 1995 album by Tower of Power on Epic Records. It marked the debut of lead vocalist Brent Carter and drummer Herman Matthews, who, coincidentally, is a distant cousin of original TOP vocalist Rick Stevens. Founding member, baritone saxophone player Stephen "Doc" Kupka graces the front cover of the album. Jeff Lorber co-produced this album with band leader Emilio Castillo. Do You Wanna (Make Love to Me)".
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James Wesley Prosser (born in Mound Valley, Kansas) is an American country music singer. In 1999, Prosser released the album Life Goes On through Warner Bros. Ten years later, he signed to Broken Bow Records under the name James Wesley. Wesley has released five singles for this label: "Jackson Hole," the top 40 hits "Real" and "Didn't I", "Walking Contradiction" and "Thank a Farmer", all of which will be included on his second studio album, Real. Wesley at CMA Music Festival, June 2010. Background information.
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- Recorded At – The University Of Chicago, Mandel Hall
- Engineer – Paul Serrano
Notes"JAMES WESLEY JACKSON, ENVIROMEDIAN"
Recorded Live At The University Of Chicago At Mandall Hall, 1972
From the liner notes by Jay Johnson (WVON DJ),"James Wesley Jackson first came to my attention during a performance with the Funkadelics"
In a second set of liner notes by the artist, he states, "I am most grateful to Harold Beane, lead guitarist, Frank the bad drummer, and Bernie Worrell, the organ player of the Funkadelics. Because without their musical backing, this album couldn't be..."
At the close of the album there is a lengthy uncredited musical bit with references to the Funkadelic song, I Got A Thing, You Got A Thing, Everybody's Got A Thing. The backing musicians may be those name checked above.