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A classic that you must own !

Road To freedom was a grounbreaking album but is so under rated. Although best known for Apparently nothing the rest of the album is "Genius". Carleen Andersons amazing vocals with great samples, Acid Jazz and Funk all blended in creates a truly amazing sound. Move On & As We Come To Be are two of the best tracks but if you want to hear Carleen Anderson at her best and like groups like the Brand New Heavies then this album is a MUST !


This classic album gives me so many memories of great club nights


Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '90s

One of the finer groups of the early-'90s acid jazz scene, the short-lived Young Disciples featured Carleen Anderson (vocals, keyboards), Marc Nelson (bass, guitar, organ), and Femi Williams (percussion, programming). Their debut single came in 1990 with "Get Yourself Together," which was followed in 1991 by the Top 20 U.K. hit "Apparently Nothin'." Road to Freedom, the group's lone album (aided by appearances from Masta Ace, Maceo Parker, Fred Wesley, and Pee Wee Ellis) was released on Talkin' Loud...
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