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Saturday, November 1, 2008

Carlton Robinson & (Tomorrow's People) - Ain't nothing to it, but to do it




Carlton Robinson was a group leader for Ujima (1972-75) and Anglo Saxon Brown (1976). He is also the uncle of Stacy Henry who had a group named "The Majestics" from mid-60's to the early 70’s. This 12 inch is an obscure and rare. The style is boogie/jazz. Carlton Robinson recorded for “Style Records And Tapes” with the jazz band Tomorrow’s People around 1982. Produced by August Moon and Carlton Robinson.
Carlton Robinson also together with August Moon produced a single for R.L.Jackson circa 80s.
August Moon was the producer of "The Whole Darn Family" album in 1976.



Note: The above posted single is not played in full.

Did Carlton Robinson release any other records? If you know then please email me at the address above.

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