Rotary Connection is the eponymous debut album of the American soul group Rotary Connection issued in 1968 on Chess Records. The album rose to No. 37 on the Billboard 200 chart. Amen" (Marshall Paul, Charles Stepney) – 4:03. Turn Me On" (Sidney Barnes, Greg Perry) – 3:19. Pink Noise" (Paul, Stepney) – 0:22. Lady Jane" (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 5:00. Like a Rolling Stone" (Bob Dylan) – 4:51. Soul Man" (Isaac Hayes, David Porter) – 3:01.
The Rotary Connection (8-Trk, Album). Puzzled as to why this is listed as the third Rotary Connection album (apparently based on the US release date) when it should be the first (going by the UK and NZ release dates). Reply Notify me Helpful.
Rotary Connection is the eponymous debut album by the American psychedelic soul group of the same name. The album includes several cover songs by The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, The Lovin' Spoonful and Sam & Dave. Rotary Connection Q&A. Producers Charles Stepney, Marshall Chess & Rotary Connection. Writers Charles Stepney, Gregory Perry, John Sebastian & 1 more. More Rotary Connection albums.
Rotary Connection (album). Rotary Connection is the eponymous debut album by the American psychedelic soul music group of the same name.
Rotary Connection was a psychedelic soul band formed in Chicago in 1966 that lasted until 1971, and are possibly most notable for launching the formal singing career of a Chess Records' receptionist named Minnie Riperton. The highly experimental band was formed under artistic direction of Charles Stepney, at the behest of Marshall Chess, the then 25 year old son of Chess Records co-founder Leonard Chess.
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