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Comin (Expanded Edition)
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Expanded Edition of Chocolate Milk's 1976 album "Comin"
Includes 3 Bonus Tracks
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Re-Mastered from the ORIGINAL MASTER TAPES at Battery Studio’s New York by Sony’s Sean Brennan.
Liner Notes by Alex Henderson
1976 was a busy year for Chocolate Milk. In addition to offering two albums that year, they were heard as a live band on
Toussaint’s 1976 album New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. And Chocolate Milk continued to record consistently after that. 1977 saw the release of Chocolate Milk’s fourth album, We’re All In This Together, which contained their biggest hit: “Girl Callin’” (a #14 R&B hit in Billboard).
The fact that Chocolate Milk were underrated doesn’t mean that their contributions to funk and soul should be forgotten. Chocolate Milk’s grooves have held up well over time—and this reissue of Comin’ proves that in 1976, they had no problem keeping it funky.