Watts 103rd St Rhythm Band, The - Spreadin' Honey download mp3 album
Spreadin' Honey" was included on this album, per Warner Bros Wright generally disavows this album as a true Watts 103rd project, preferring to describe the second album, Together as the "first" Watts 103rd LP. Third Watts 103rd Band. Charles Wright and the Watts 103rd St. Rhythm Band: Live at the Haunted House - May 18, 1968".
Street Rhythm Band - Spreadin' Honey 02:28. Street Rhythm Band - Whole Hog, or None at All 02:47. Street Rhythm Band - The 103rd St. Theme 02:34. Street Rhythm Band - Watts Happening 02:36.
Spreadin 'Honey' was originally the B-side of "Grits' n Cornbread" by "The Soul Runners", an instrumental band from 103 Str. in Watts, a neighborhood in South Central Los Angeles. When it became a hit in October '67, the group changed their name to "The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band" and it was released again as an A-side on the bigger Keymen label. It so became a hit in it's own right. And what's more, The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band didn't even record the song.
The LP's most popular track, "Spreading Honey," charted at number 44 R&B and number 73 pop in 1967. The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band didn't even record the song. Wright cut the track with Bobby Womack, Leon Haywood, James Carmichael, and others as the theme song for DJ Magnificent Montague's radio show. But it smoked so much that Warner Bros.
Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band, The. Hot Heat And Sweet Groove (LP, Album). The Girl From Ipanema (Remastered Version) 3:03. Charles Wright & The Watts rd St Rhythm Band - Spreadin' Honey 2:27. The Watts 103Rd Street Rhythm Band - Brown Sugar 2:19. ThE Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band Caesar's Palace 2:41. Fried Okra The Watts 103rd St. Rhythm Band 2:36. Spreadin' Honey - The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band (1967) (HD Quality) 2:24. The 103rd St. Theme - The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band (1967) (HD Quality) 2:32. The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band - Bring It on Home to Me 2:35