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Fred Wesley Contributions, Part 3

Fred Wesley Contributions, Part 3

Legendary band leader, arranger and trombonist Fred Wesley ist best known for his work with The Godfather Of Soul, James Brown. Nevertheless this threepart radio program focuses on Wesley's numerous other contributions. Two parts will contain some James Brown productions though. The collaborations of Wesley and Brown of course have become classics for good reason, but sometimes Mr. Wesley is unfairly reduced to his 7 year period with The Godfather. In fact, he's been composing and making music for more than 50 years now. So this playlist shall take you to the next level of listening to Wesley's uniquely inspiring music. So far, friendly Fred has lent his talent to artists around the world on more than 150 albums! For your "infotainment" I have picked 60 masterpieces with 4 and a half hours of mostly funky but also jazzy Wesley-related grooves. All with the man himself!

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TRACKLIST:
1. Fred by Fred Wesley & Seven Eleven
2. I’ll Never Let You Break My Heart Again by Fred Wesley & Sweet Charles
3. Ordinary Joe by Fred Wesley & Terry Callier
4. I'm for You by Fred Wesley & TTF (Today, Tomorrow, Forever)
5. A Foggy Day b yFred Wesley & Lyn Collins
6. Woman Is Man's Best Friend by Fred Wesley & Hank Ballard
7. The Big Payback by Fred Wesley & Martha High
8. Get Out of My Life by Fred Wesley & Marva Whitney
9. Fight Against Drug Abuse by Fred Wesley & Bobby Byrd
10. Never Get Enough by Fred Wesley & Bobby Byrd
11. Answer To Mother Popcorn (I Got A Mother For You) b yFred Wesley & Vicki Anderson
12. I’m Walking Out by Fred Wesley & Yvonne Jackson
13. Fonky Blind Man by Fred Wesley & Rudy Copeland
14. Get On The Good Foot by Fred Wesley & The J.B.'s
15. My Part - Make It Funky by Fred Wesley & James Brown