A funky fusion classic from guitarist Wah Wah Watson – his only album as a leader, despite countless appearances as a sideman on 70s soul, jazz, and pop sessions. The album's got a really wonderful sort of west coast groove – one that takes bits of spacey fusion, bassy funk, and mellower soul – and wraps them up with a fresh and imaginative approach, not to mention plenty of wah wah work on guitar! Players on the set are a superstar array of the best talents in Watson's field – and include Bennie Maupin, Herbie Hancock, Dave Grusin, Joe Sample, and The Waters, who sing vocals on a few cuts.
1. Goo Goo Wah Wah [Instrumental]
2. Love My Blues Away
3. Cry Baby
4. My Love for You Comes and Goes
5. Together (Whatever)
6. Sunset Boulevard
7. Love Ain't Somethin' (That You Get for Free)
8. I'll Get by Without You
9. Bubbles [Instrumental]
10. Good Friends
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