FATHER'S CHILDREN - WHO'S GONNA SAVE THE WORLD

FATHER'S CHILDREN - WHO'S GONNA SAVE THE WORLD

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Label: NUMERO GROUP

Release date: 21/06/2011

Barcode: 0825764103725

Catalog no.: NUMEROC0000037

Item ID: 356532

Hailing from the Adams-Morgan neighborhood in Washington DC, in '73 Nick Smith, Billy Sumler, & Ted "Skeet" Carpenter created a lost document of gritty soul, concerned with its own time and place. Previously unreleased this freshman offering is an amalgam of sunny vocal group harmonies, fuzz-guitar solos, shimmering keys, bubbling percussion, spiritual prophecy, & dub experiments.

Also available: WHO'S GONNA SAVE THE WORLD (+7") (LP).

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