George Duke - I Want You For Myself / Party Down album
In stock now for same day shipping. I Want You For Myself. On the flip, the sultry late night mood lighting of "Brazilian Love Affair" is funky, soulful and groovy in all the right amounts - the album of the same name from 1980 was hailed as his most popular. Duke was known primarily for thirty-odd solo albums, as well as his collaborations with other musicians - particularly Frank Zappa. 100% Secure Shopping.
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This was my first solo album for an American Record Company. Dick Bock wanted me to record some current pop material. We chose Laura Nyro, Judy Collins, and Paul McCartney. The billy cobham – george duke band "Live" on tour in europe (1976). I love working with Billy! We started talking about putting a band together while he was playing with The Mahavishnu Orchestra, and I was with Zappa. In fact we did a tour together - boy what a moment in time that was! I was in the process of leaving the Mothers of Invention, not because I was unhappy, but I just needed to challenge myself in other ways. I wanted to dive headfirst into fusion. The LP contained several songs that did well. Probably the biggest was "I Want You For Myself" which was sung by our newest singer Lynn Davis. Lynn had a special quality that was very different from Josie.
Bolton goes on to call "Momma's Waiting" a close cousin of Merle Haggard's "Mama Tried" and states the album features songs that are a lot more pop slanted -on the whole- than any of Rogers' previous albums, but the album's best tracks still have an over-riding country sound.
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|A||I Want You For Myself
Vocals [Featuring] – Lynn DavisWritten-By – G. Duke*
Written-By – B. Champlin*, G. Duke*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
- Published By – Mycenae Music
- Published By – JSH Music
- Produced For – George Duke Enterprises
- Mastered At – Allen Zentz Mastering
- Producer – George Duke
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Special Disco Version of the Epic Single: I Want You For Myself
[Side A] Taken from the Epic Lp: "Master Of The Game" JE 36263
[Side B] Taken from the Epic Lp: "Follow The Rainbow" JE 35701
Comes in black generic cover with gold CBS promo stamp.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Master Number): XSS 166428
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Master Number): XSS 166429
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Run-Out Etching): XSS 166428-2A AZ [lightning bolt] VG
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Run-Out Etching): XSS 166429-1A AZ
- Rights Society: ASCAP
|48 50804||George Duke||I Want You For Myself / Party Down (12")||Epic||48 50804||US||1979|
|9-50792||George Duke||I Want You For Myself (7")||Epic||9-50792||US||1979|
|AS 681||George Duke||I Want You For Myself / Party Down (12", Promo, Unofficial)||Epic||AS 681||US||Unknown|
|EPC 8067||George Duke||I Want You For Myself / Party Down (7", Single)||Epic||EPC 8067||Netherlands||1979|
|S EPC 8137||George Duke||I Want You For Myself (7", Single)||Epic||S EPC 8137||UK & Europe||1979|