Average White Band - Average White Band
Average White Band - Average White Band
Average White Band - Average White Band
Average White Band - Average White Band

Average White Band - Average White Band

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Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Bass – Alan Gorrie

Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Lead Guitar – Hamish Stuart

Backing Vocals, Guitar – Onnie McIntyre

Congas, Percussion [Additional] – Ralph MacDonald

Drums, Percussion – Robbie McIntosh

Keyboards, Arranged By [Horns], Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Roger Ball

Tenor Saxophone – Malcolm (Molly) Duncan, Michael Brecker

Trombone – Glenn Ferris

Trumpet – Marvin Stamm, Mel Davis, Randy Brecker

1 LP, standard sleeve 

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’



Record Press : unspecified

Label : Friday Music

Original Label : Atlantic

Recorded at Atlantic Studios

Engineered & mixed by Gene Paul, Lew Hahn

Produced by Arif Mardin

Remastered by Joe Reagoso At Friday Music & Capitol Mastering

Originally released in 1974

Reissued in 2017


Side A :

  1. You Got It
  2. Got the Love
  3. Pick Up the Pieces
  4. Person To Person
  5. Work To Do

Side B :

  1. Nothing You Can Do
  2. Just Wanna Love You Tonight
  3. Keepin' It To Myself
  4. I Just Can't Give You Up
  5. There's Always Someone Waiting


Reviews :

"Before AWB some stereotyped all Scots as prudish and soul-less (music wise) and Scotland as a confused little country near England where men wore plaid skirts at festive occasions and the bagpipe ruled. AWB squashed that prejudgment by bursting onto the scene, funky as a hot sauce smothered pig knuckle sandwich to captivate music lovers worldwide. The 18 songs are mostly in-house compositions from guys who resemble the Happy Days cast. Crimson omitted "School Boy Crush," but did include other chart busters like "Pick Up the Pieces," "Cut the Cake," "Love of Your Own," "Queen of My Soul," and "Person to Person." A remake of the Isleys' "Work to Do" is so tight it had many thinking AWB was the originator. A live version of "Love of Your Own," climaxes an exciting compilation from Glasgow's finest." AllMusic Review by Andrew Hamilton


Ratings :

AllMusic : 3 / 5 , Discogs : 4,07 / 5

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