The Counts - What's Up Front That-Counts (Purple) [Colored Vinyl] (Purp) | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. What's Up Front That-Counts
2. Rhythm Changes
3. Thinking Single
4. Why Not Start All Over Again
5. Pack Of Lies
6. Bills
7. Rhythm Changes Reprise
8. Shortsville
9. I Know Why

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In 1971, after dropping "Fabulous" from their moniker, The Counts delivered their first full-length platter for Westbound Records. What's Up Front That-Counts is indisputably one of the funkiest albums of all time. The conga-led grooves, impassioned vocals and strutting in-the-pocket arrangements are as infectious as they are groovy. The release of this funk classic marks the second installment in Org Music's Westbound Records reissue series, complete with three previously unissued tracks. Working with the original Westbound master tapes at the iconic 54 Sound studio in Detroit, these legendary recordings have been remastered by award winning engineer Dave Gardner with restoration and tape transfers by archival specialist Catherine Vericolli, and additional engineering assistance from in-house 54 Sound engineer Nick King.