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Nite-Liters (album)

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The Nite-Liters
The Nite Liters 1970.jpg
Studio album by
Recorded1970 at RCA's Mid-America Center, Chicago, Illinois
LabelRCA Records
ProducerHarvey Fuqua
The Nite-Liters chronology
The Nite-Liters
Morning, Noon & the Nite-Liters

The Nite-Liters is the debut album by the Louisville, Kentucky group The Nite-Liters, the instrumental ensemble offshoot of New Birth featuring Tony Churchill, James Baker, Robin Russell, Austin Lander, Robert "Lurch" Jackson, Leroy Taylor, Charlie Hearndon, Bruce Marshall and Nathaniel "Nebs" Neblett. Released in 1970 on RCA Records. Produced by mentor Harvey Fuqua.

Track listing

  1. "Get Back Buddy" 3:15
  2. "Stuff-n-It" 2:35
  3. "Con-Funk-Shun" 4:49
  4. "The Heckler" 4:00
  5. "Cherish Every Precious Moment" 3:43
  6. "Pretty Words Don't Mean a Thing (Lie To Me)" 2:33
  7. "Down and Dirty" 2:51
  8. "Nothing (Can Make Me Love You More Than I Do)" 3:35
  9. "Itchy Brother" 3:03
  10. "Horny Man" 3:15
  11. "Snap Your Twig" 3:25
  12. "Eleanor Rigby" 5:18

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This page was last edited on 1 May 2019, at 23:36
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