Available again as a vinyl LP! The HOLY GRAIL of soul jazz albums by Freddy Cole, singer, pianist, and youngest brother of Nat "King" Cole, recorded in Atlanta in 1976.
Originally a rare private pressing with his famous version of "Brother Where Are You" and nine other quartet recordings - with heartbreaking jazz ballads like "Live For Life" and "Miss Otis Regrets" or rough blues pieces like "A Man Shouldn`t Be Lonely "and" Waiter Ask The Man To The Blues ". 1: 1 reissue of the vinyl album you are looking for, originally published on the small "First Shot" label from Georgia, remastered and with original cover art.
A1 Correct Me If I'm Wrong 4:35
A2 Moving On - Place In The Sun 3:52
A3 Wild Is Love 2:55
A4 A Man Shouldn't Be Lonely 3:03
A5 Brother, Where Are You? 4:55
B1 Miss Otis Regrets 3:52
B2 Live For Life 3:24
B3 He'll Have To Go 3:25
B4 Medley: I Keep Going Back To Joe's - Walter, Ask The Man To Play The Blues 4:52
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