Billy Preston ‎– The Kids & Me - 1974 - Soul, Funk (Vinyl)


Billy Preston ‎– The Kids & Me - 1974 - Soul, Funk (Vinyl)

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The Kids & Me is the ninth studio album by Billy Preston, released in 1974, after his famous tour in Europe. This album included "You Are So Beautiful", later covered by Joe Cocker, and the hit single "Nothing From Nothing".

The first track, "Tell Me You Need My Loving," contains the first four measures of keyboard verse from an earlier Preston song: "All That I've Got"—a bonus cut from the import version of his Encouraging Words (1970) album for Apple Records—transposed from the key of C to B. The bridge of "All That I've Got" is also revived untransposed and with identical lyrics in "Sometimes I Love You."

The album's dedication, reflected in the title, was to St. Elmo's Village, an inner-city children's recreation centre, located in mid-city Los Angeles.

Label:A&M Records ‎– SP-3645
Format:Vinyl, LP, Album
Genre:Funk / Soul
Style:Soul, Funk

A1 Tell Me You Need My Loving 2:45
A2 Nothing From Nothing 2:34
A3 Struttin' 2:38
A4 Sister Sugar 3:07
A5 Sad Sad Song 2:30
A6 You Are So Beautiful 4:55
B1 Sometimes I Love You 3:14
B2 St. Elmo 2:32
B3 John The Baptist 3:26
B4 Little Black Boys And Girls 2:30
B5 Creature Feature 3:11

  • Sleeve Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10 
    Label Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10
    Vinyl Condition ~ (Out of 10)
    Side 1 - 10
    side 2 - 10
    BIN #67 
  • # 91 / 136 - some cover wear - 8 of 10 / vinyl is 10 of 10


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