US trombonist Fred Wesley was born in 1943, the son of a high school teacher and big band leader. Like Alfred "Pee Wee" Ellis, his first love was jazz, until he joined the Ike And Tina Turner Revue in 1962. A brief period with Hank Ballard And The Midnighters and Army service preceded his first term with James Brown and his original band (1968-70); a brief Los Angeles period led to a second stint (1971-75) with the Godfather of Soul eventually leading . s, after its original line-up including Bootsy Collins left in 1971; the versatile trombonist then went. Still On The Loose, If This Be A Dream (Single).
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7" Vinyl 1. 1. Still on the Loose. 2. If This Be a Dream.
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Fred Wesley (born July 4, 1943) is an American jazz and funk trombonist, best known for his work with James Brown in the 1960s and 1970s, as well as c in the second half of the 1970s. Wesley was born the son of a high school teacher and big band leader in Columbus, Georgia, and raised in Mobile, Alabama. Brown's first album, Gravelands was originally recorded for and released by the London-based Dressed To Kill label in 1997 before being licensed to EMI Electrola in 1998. The album contained his biggest hits "Come as You Are" by Nirvana and "Whole Lotta Rosie" by AC/DC. Gravelands would go on to sell half a million copies. In 2000, Brown released his second album Return to Splendor which contained the hit Under The Bridge originally by Red Hot Chili Peppers.
After a second solo disc, 1979's Say Blow by Blow Backwards, Wesley exited the P-Funk sphere to return to his first love: jazz.
|A||Still On The Loose||4:48|
|B||If This Be A Dream||5:12|
- Producer, Arranged By – Fred Wesley
NotesFrom the Curtom Album "House Party" RS-1-3089
|RS 1054, 2090 503, RS-1054 BS)||Fred Wesley||Still On The Loose / If This Be A Dream (7", Single)||RSO, RSO, RSO||RS 1054, 2090 503, RS-1054 BS)||US||1980|
|RS 1054||Fred Wesley||Still On The Loose (7", Promo)||RSO||RS 1054||US||1980|
|RS 1054, 2090 503||Fred Wesley||Still On The Loose / If This Be A Dream (7", Single, PRC)||RSO, Curtom, RSO||RS 1054, 2090 503||US||1980|