Southern Comfort is a 1974 album by jazz-fusion band The Crusaders. The follow-up to 1973's Unsung Heroes was the first of the group's Blue Thumb efforts to be distributed by ABC Records. The label switch also coincided with the inclusion of lyrical guitarist Larry Carlton as a full-fledged member.
The Crusaders - Southern Comfort (1974). Songs in album The Crusaders - Southern Comfort (1974). 1. Stomp And Buck Dance.
Southern Comfort, 1974. Stomp and Buck Dance, 05:48. Get on the Soul Ship (It's Sailing), 03:21. Southern Comfort, 03:07. When There's Love Around, 05:28. Lilies of the Nile, 09:39. A Ballad for Joe (Louis), 07:27.
Released in October 1974 Southern Comfort made the Billboard Album chart on 26 October, becoming their 9th album to enter the best seller list. It stayed around the charts for 5 months and also made N. on the R&B charts and it topped the Jazz chart. Stomp and Buck Dance’ opens the album and it helped the sales by charting on both the R&B and dance chart, it gives you a clue as to feel of the single, but not the album as a whole. Much of what makes the album so good is the introduction of Carlton, whose lyrical guitar playing injects a whole new vibe into the Crusaders
Tracklist: 1. Stomp And Buck Dance, 2. Greasy Spoon, 3. Get On The Soul Ship (It’s Sailing), 4. Super-Stuff, 5. Double Bubble, 6. The Well’s Gone Dry, 7. Southern Comfort, 8. Time Bomb, 9. When There’s Love Around, 10. Lilies Of The Nile, 11. Whispering Pines, 12. A Ballad For Joe (Louis). 6. The Well’s Gone Dry. 9. When There’s Love Around.
Produced by Stewart Levine. Album Southern Comfort. Southern Comfort Lyrics.