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Graham Central Station - Live In Japan '92 (2CD) (1992) {Star Maker} **[RE-UP]**

Posted By: TestTickles
Graham Central Station - Live In Japan '92 (2CD) (1992) {Star Maker} **[RE-UP]**

Graham Central Station - Live In Japan '92 (2CD) (1992) {Star Maker}
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 184 mb
Genre: soul, R&B, funk

Live In Japan '92 is a self-explanatory 2CD live album by Graham Central Station. This is an independent release released by the Star Maker label of a show at Koseinenkin Hall on 6 July, 1992 in the city of Tokyo. They perform some of their best songs from their early albums before they turned into Larry Graham and Graham Central Station, and end the first half of this set by Graham doing his biggest solo song, "One In A Million You". They get back into the funk and end the show with Graham reaching back into his Sly & The Family Stone roots.

Graham Central Station - Release Yourself (1974) {1990 Warner Music Japan} **[RE-UP]**

Posted By: TestTickles
Graham Central Station - Release Yourself (1974) {1990 Warner Music Japan} **[RE-UP]**

Graham Central Station - Release Yourself (1974) {1990 Warner Music Japan}
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 261 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 121 mb
Genre: soul, R&B, funk

Release Yourself is the second album by Graham Central Station released in 1974 on Warner Brothers. This is the first digital release of the album, taken from a Japanese CD pressing made in 1990.

Graham Central Station - Release Yourself (1974) {1997 Black Music Ol' Skool/Warner Bros.}

Posted By: TestTickles
Graham Central Station - Release Yourself (1974) {1997 Black Music Ol' Skool/Warner Bros.}

Graham Central Station - Release Yourself (1974) {1997 Black Music Ol' Skool/Warner Bros.}
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and LOG | scans | 261 mb
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | RAR | 116 mb
Genre: funk, soul, R&B

Release Yourself is the 1974 album by Bay Area funk band Graham Central Station. It was first released on compact disc in Japan in 1990 but was not released in North America until 1997. This is that American pressing, released on Black Music Ol' Skool, a short-lived Warner Bros. subsidiary.

Graham Central Station - s/t (1974) {1997 Black Music Ol' Skool/Warner Bros.}

Posted By: TestTickles
Graham Central Station - s/t (1974) {1997 Black Music Ol' Skool/Warner Bros.}

Graham Central Station - s/t (1974) {1997 Black Music Ol' Skool/Warner Bros.}
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and LOG | scans | 258 mb
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | RAR | 104 mb
Genre: funk, soul, R&B

Graham Central Station is the 1974 debut album by Bay Area funk band Graham Central Station, lead by former Sly & The Family Stone bass guitarist Larry Graham. This was the first North American release on compact disc, which came out in 1997 on the Warner Bros. Records' subsidiary Black Music Ol' Skool.

Graham Central Station - Five Albums Collection (1974-1978) [2008, Japanese Remastered Reissues]

Posted By: BlondStyle
Graham Central Station - Five Albums Collection (1974-1978) [2008, Japanese Remastered Reissues]

Graham Central Station - Five Albums Collection (1974-1978) [2008, Japan]
R&B, Soul/Funk, Disco | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 03:13:40 | 1,5 Gb
Label: Warner Music Japan, Inc. (Japan) | Cat.# WPCR-12914~7(9) | Released: 2008-07-04 (1974-1978)

An exuberant mid-'70s funk group, Graham Central Station made some fine singles for Warner Bros. Former Sly & the Family Stone bassist Larry Graham renamed Hot Chocolate (not the British group) Graham Central Station after he moved from producing the group to playing with it. The group included Graham, guitarist David Vega, keyboardists Robert Sam and Hershall Kennedy, percussionist Patrice Banks, and drummer Willie Sparks. They utilized the identical funk cum rock and soul formula of Sly, though in not quite as imaginative a fashion. Their debut single, Can You Handle It, reached number nine on the R&B charts, and they landed a number one record in 1975 with Your Love. They recorded as Graham Central Station from 1974 to 1977, then as Larry Graham & Graham Central Station in 1978, and during their final year were called Larry Graham with Graham Central Station.