Amnesty – Free Your Mind (2007) [RE-UP]


The first time i posted this was when i started this blog. Now is the time to post it again cause San Pasquale Ent. is well known than before and my opinion is that everyone of you that support my blog keeping passing by must check this release and love it like me.

Bass: James “Red” Massie
Drums: Kirk Alexander
Guitar, Vocals: Calvin Williams
Lead Vocals, Percussion: Damon Malone
Percussion: Raphael Barnes
Saxophone: James “Gino” Johnson
Trumpet, Vocals: Herman Walker
Vocals, Keyboards, Percussion: Joseph Trotter

Recorded between 9/22/1973 and 11/20/1973 at “700 West Recording Studio”, Indianapolis.
NOW-AGAIN RECORDS. 2007…

1. Can I Help You?
2. Love Fades
3. Mister President
4. Free Your Mind
5. We Have Love
6. Lord Help Me
7. Three Cheers For My Baby
8. Trouble Will Remain
9. We’ve Come A Long Way
10. Liberty

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    • Cicero
    • February 16th, 2008

    Raz, parabéns pelo blog man! e esse amnesty é da pesada , já conheço de tempos. coisa fina demais!abraço!Tchutcho

    • Cicero
    • February 16th, 2008

    Raz, parabéns pelo blog man! e esse amnesty é da pesada , já conheço de tempos. coisa fina demais!abraço!Tchutcho

    • Visuals
    • May 14th, 2008

    Good post! My introduction to Amnesty was from the "Cold Heat" compilation cd on Now Again. From the opening bassline, I was instantly hooked! Amnesty has a dark and heavy funk sound at times and I love the drumming. The track that I love from this set is "Can I Help You". Love this stuff. Those that like it, Support it!

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