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The history of the group starts with the instrumental outfit, The Nite-Liters which had originally been formed in 1963 in Louisville, Kentucky by Tony Churchill and Harvey Fuqua, and featured, in its heydey, besides Churchill on tenor sax and vibes, Charlie Hearndon on guitar, James Baker on keyboards, Robin Russell on drums, Robert "Lurch" Jackson on trumpet, Austin Lander on baritone sax, Leroy Taylor on bass, and, later, Carl McDaniel on guitar. (Earlier members included Johnny Graham, later of… read more

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  • Avatar for DickBigems
    Awesome band. Never really had a big, name-making hit, but they have stood the test of time with their very sample-able songs.
  • Avatar for TheLukieBoi1
    Q-Tip brought me here. I can't believe "African Cry" isn't in the top listened to tracks.
  • Avatar for armagedion
    "Two Kinds of People" & "African Cry"... wow... I have nothing more to say, but that...
  • Avatar for llehcin
    Unsung, unrecognized, of the best soul acts of the 70s.
  • Avatar for RubberSoulBro
    you are what im all about
  • Avatar for Roncsipar
    Lovely. To be mixed with Goatsnake & Sunnnn!!
  • Avatar for d0nnell
    i love em
  • Avatar for cb105
    Always on my Playlists, from Nite-Liters funk to New Birth ballads. Peace & Power. Soul Music Lives. It's Been Such A Long Time!
  • Avatar for Apollofury
    first post

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