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The Right Stuff takes some of the high points of this jazz-funk supergroup's all-too-brief career and compiles them into one tidy little package. Sharp musicianship, crisp production, and creative songwriting make up for some of the off-key moments of vocal delivery, but the band really gets rocking with their 11-minute disco-tinged workout of Stevie Wonder's classic "Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I'm Yours)." Most of their records have been out of print for quite some time, so unless you are a daring collector this compilation is definitely the way to go.

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Why on earth is this not available as an album to buy, great Stuff by a great band....Unbelievable!

Biography

Genre: Easy Listening

Years Active: '70s, '80s

Under the leadership of bassist Gordon Edwards, several of the most prolific studio players around teamed together to form an all-star rhythm section that on a part-time basis operated as an independent group. Back around 1967, Edwards put together the Encyclopedia of Soul and during the next decade, the group (which just played together on an occasional basis) evolved into Stuff. Such musicians as drummer Billy Cobham and Jimmy Johnson and altoist David Sanborn passed through the group. By the time...
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