24-Carat Black - Gone: The Promises Of Yesterday
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Gone: The Promises Of Yesterday

Label Numero Group ‎– 025Numero Group ‎– NUM025
Format CD, Album
Barcode 0825764102520
Country US
Released Aug 2009
Genre Funk / Soul
Style Soul, Funk
1 The Best Of Good Love Gone 5:41
2 I Want To Make Up 6:40
3 I Don't Love You 2:17
4 I'll Never Let You Go 5:11
5 Gone The Promises Of Yesterday 5:57
6 I Begin To Weep 11:50
Arranged By – Dale O. Warren
Bass – John Walls
Composed By – Dale Warren
Drums, Percussion – Tyrone Steele
Guitar – Rayford Smith
Liner Notes – Ken Shipley
Liner Notes – Rob Sevier
Mastered By – Jeff Lipton
Organ, Electric Piano – Bruce Thompson
Percussion – Tommy Edwards
Piano, Vibraphone – Dale Warren
Reissue Producer – Ken Shipley
Reissue Producer – Michael Slaboch
Reissue Producer – Rob Sevier
Reissue Producer – Tom Lunt
Saxophone [Alto] – Shakir Sualimon
Saxophone [Tenor] – Jerome Derrickson
Trumpet – Mr. Namo
Trumpet – Ricky Foster
Vocals – Bruce Thompson (5)
Vocals – Hedda Sudduth (5)
Vocals – Naombi Stills (4)
Vocals – Princess Hearn (3)
Vocals – Robert Manchurian (6)
Vocals – Tyrone Steele
Housed in a cardboard sleeve.

Sticker on cellophane:

Rediscovered in the early 90s by Britain's rare groove scene, Ghetto: Misfortune's Wealth has since been known as 24-Carat Black's first and final chapter, barely a footnote in the well documented history of Stax. Dale Warren's brainchild band simply pushed past their concept's conclusion, piling up dozens of reels for an intimate follow-up album that no one in the world wanted to hear. With their ambitious LP downgraded to cutout status when Stax finally shuttered in 1975, 24-Carat Black found themselves watching their moment recede in the rearview. Of more than 20 songs he considered for the 24-Carat Black follow-up, we've refurbished the six that hadn't flaked off their reels: dusky, sensuous reworkings of love songs Warren had written as far back as 1965. Wildly divergent in tone, scope and mission, the second 24-Carat Black album is tethered to the first by a single, crucial element: its creator.
Barcode (Slipcase) – 8 25764 10252 0


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