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Marcellas Dream - The Crusaders - The Crusaders Finest Hour
The Crusaders' Finest Hour by The Crusaders After a career that spanned the '60s with a number of releases on Pacific Jazz records as the Jazz Crusaders, the beginning of the '70s found the band dropping the jazz moniker from their name and moving toward the more commercially accessible pop/R&B crossover audience.
The Crusaders' Finest Hour


Label: Verve Records - 314 543 762-2 • Series: Finest Hour Verve • Format: CD Compilation, Club Edition • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul • Style: Soul-Jazz, Soul, Funk, Disco, Jazz-Funk

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Aug 06,  · Throughout their early career as the Jazz Crusaders, they emphasized the roots side of hard bop with strong infusions of funk, soul, and gospel, making them naturals for the rise of fusion. They reached the peak of their success in the s on a series of GRP records that provides the sources for this Finest Hour collection/5(7).
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