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The Fabulous Rhinestones - 1973 - Freewheelin'

The Fabulous Rhinestones were an R&B-based band formed in San Francisco in 1971 by ex-Illinois Speed Press guitarist/singer Kal David and ex-Electric Flag (and Bob Dylan, Al Kooper, and Miles Davis) bassist Harvey Brooks. They moved to Woodstock, NY, where they played with members of the Band and some of their own fellow Chicago bluesmen, including Paul Butterfield, and were signed by producer Michael Lang -- the co-producer of the Woodstock festival -- to his own Just Sunshine label. The group cut three LPs over the next three years, all of which received critical raves without selling in huge numbers -- they also got considerable exposure playing on the same bill with the Allman Brothers, Stevie Wonder, and the Doobie Brothers, but their most visible gig was probably playing a 1971 antiwar rally in New York with John Lennon and Yoko Ono. They split up in the mid-'70s and David later played with Etta James, Al Kooper, and Johnny Rivers.(AMG) Harvey Brooks -Bass, Guitar, Kal David -Guitar, Vocal, Marty Grebb -Keyboards, Bass, Vocal, Saxophones, With; Greg Tohmas -Drums, Dave Sanborn -Alto Saxophone, Reinol Andino -Congas, Barry Rogers -Trombone, Randy Brecker -Trumpet, Flugelhorn and Michael Brecker -Tenor Saxophone.

01 - Freewheelin'
02 - Down To The City
03 - Go With Change
04 - What Becomes Of Your Life
05 - Vicious Circle
06 - Do It Like Ya' Mean It
07 - Roots With You, Girl
08 - Hurt Somebody
09 - Whitecaps

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