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Release date

Dec 1, 2020

Super rare deep 1975 jazz/funk album from Cleveland Eaton murder Jazz Funk album

Super rare deep 1975 jazz/funk album from Cleveland Eaton! Some wild styles going on here ranging from the Blaxploitation soundtrack stylings of “Keena,” “All Your Lover All Day All Night,” and “Hamburg 302,” all of which incorporate disco-style strings into funky soul-jazz vamps, to the almost trad-jazz of “Kaiser 405,” to the Philly soul of “Are You Out There Somewhere Caring,” to the out-and-out party anthem “Moe Let’s Have a Party.” KILLER, KILLER ALBUM!
Written and Arranged by Cleveland Eaton, except "Are You Out There Somewhere Caring" written by M. Anderson, C. Eaton
with special assistance from Ed Green & Morris Jennings
Special thanks to the late Terry Bashman and Peter Trunk, for making some of our music.

Produced by Eaton's Prod. Inc. (E.P.I.)
Recorded 15 Jul 1974 at Chess Recording Studio
Mixed Sigma Sound, Philadelphia, PA

P.S. My music and business idols are Maurice White "Mr. Earth Wind and Fire" Herbie Hancock "Mr. Jazz/Rock and Mr. Stevie Wonder.

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Chi-Town Theme






Moe, Let's Have A Party



Are You Out There Somewhere Caring



Kaiser 405



All Your Lover, All Day, All Night



Hamburg 302


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