Watts 103rd St Rhythm Band – Spreadin’ Honey – Keymen


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“Keymen” was a Los Angeles label run by legendary West Coast producer Fred Smith, releasing a short run of singles in the 1960’s. The Watts 103rd St Rhythm Band were formed in the mid 1960’s and were successful both as a backing group to others, including Bill Cosby, but also as a group in their own right. The group comprised comprised Charles Wright, Al Mckay, Gabe Flemings, Melvin Dunlap, James Gadson, John Rayford, Bill Cannon and Ray Jackson. From 1969 they recorded as Charles Wright & Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band. The group was disbanded when Dunlap, Gadson, Jackson and Blackmon went on to work with Bill Withers in 1972. Charles Wright then embarked on a solo career. This disc has an ink stamp on the label and some very light wear, conservatively graded in VG++ condition, worth checking out the flip too
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