The Chambers Brothers – The Time Has Come (1967) Lossless

Artist: The Chambers Brothers
Title: The Time Has Come
Year Of Release: 1967
Label: Columbia
Genre: Rock, Soul, Psychedelic
Quality: Flac (tracks)
Total Time: 55:07
Total Size: 350 Mb (scans)

Tracklist:
1. All Strung Out over You (Rudy Clark) – 2:31
2. People Get Ready (Curtis Mayfield) – 3:52
3. I Can’t Stand It (Lester Chambers) – 2:43
4. Romeo and Juliet (Lester Chambers) – 4:32
5. In the Midnight Hour (Steve Cropper, Wilson Pickett) – 5:33
6. So Tired (Andre Goodwin, Chambers Brothers) – 4:06
7. Uptown (Betty Mabry) – 2:57
8. Please Don’t Leave Me (George Chambers) – 3:01
9. What the World Needs Now Is Love (Burt Bacharach, Hal David) – 3:20
10.Time Has Come Today (Joe Chambers, Willie Chambers) – 11:07
11.Dinah (G. Chambers, J. Chambers, L. Chambers, W. Chambers) – 2:24
12.Falling in Love (Willie Chambers) – 2:19
13.Love Me Like the Rain (Brian Keenan) – 2:51
14.Time Has Come Today (Joe Chambers, Willie Chambers) – 2:33
Willie Chambers – Guitars, Vocals
Lester Chambers – Harp, Vocals
Joe Chambers – Guitars, Vocals
George Chambers – Bass, Vocals
Brian Keenan – Drums

This, the Chambers Brothers’ coming-of-age record, was a well-timed and even better executed exercise in modern record-making. The brothers had recorded several excellent gospel-folk sides on a few labels (including CBS) in the mid-’60s. They were darlings of the folk set, and even sang backup on a few unreleased Bob Dylan sessions in 1965. By 1967, they were at loose ends. Having demoed a slightly demented song that year called "Time Has Come Today," the group entered the studio with producer David Rubinson, who was fresh from some critical acclaim after recording Moby Grape. The resulting album and subsequent title track hit were huge successes, especially on FM radio. The rest of the album shows the brothers not just embracing the psychedelic trends, but also redefining their R&B leanings. [The 2000 CD reissue of Time Has Come on Columbia/Legacy adds three 1966-1967 non-LP B-sides, as well as the first single version of “Time Has Come Today,” which is substantially different from the familiar one on the album.]

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