Eric Quincy Tate – album Eric Quincy Tate 1970

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Debut album by rock-blues band Eric Quincy Tate coproduced by their mentor Tony Joe White. Very interesting mix of blues, soul, rock , Southern rock, country soul, and straight ahead funk, eleven down-home originals enlivened with peformaces from such Memphis music mainstays as The Dixie Flyers, The Memphis Horns, Jim Dickinson, and Tony Joe White.

Tommy Carlisle – guitar.
Joe Rogers – keyboards.
David Cantonwine – bass.
Donnie McCormick – vocals,drums.
The Dixie Flyers,The Memphis Horns,Tony Joe White,Jim Dickinson – performes.

Stonehead blues.
I want’cha.
Try a little harder.
On the loose.
Makes no difference.
When I’m gone.
Comin’ down.
Hooker House.
The bream are still biting in Ferriday.
Ain’t it a bummer?
License to love.

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