1969 The Jazz Crusaders – Powerhouse

Powerhouse is a 1969 album by The Jazz Crusaders. It was their fourteenth album produced by Richard Bock for World Pacific Jazz Records. It was the first album in which Joe Sample played on the Fender Rhodes and according to Thom Jurek in his AllMusic review, would mark a turning point for the band.

Tracks

1  Promises, Promises (Burt Bacharach; Hal David) 05:20
2  Love And Peace (Arthur Adams) 03:24
3  Hey Jude (John Lennon; Paul McCartney) 03:26
4  Sting Ray (Wayne Henderson) 03:40
5  Fancy Dance (Joe Sample) 04:27
6  Love Is Blue (Andre Popp; Bryan Blackburn; Pierre Cour) 04:40
7  Cookie Man (Wayne Henderson) 05:41
8  Upstairs (Burt Bacharach; Hal David) 03:15
9  Fire Water (Buster Williams) 06:26

Media

Musicians

BassBuster Williams
DrumsStix Hooper
PianoJoe Sample
SaxWilton Felder
TromboneWayne Henderson

Liner Notes

Producer – Richard Bock
Engineer – Thorne Nogar

Art Direction – Woody Woodward
Design – Gabor Halmos
Photography – Fred Seligo

Record Company – Applause Records Inc.
Record Company – Capitol Records, Inc.
Licensed From – Liberty Records (3)
Manufactured By – Applause Records Inc.
Distributed By – Applause Records Inc.
Copyright (c) – Liberty Records (3)
Mastered At – Liberty Recording Studios