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Graham Central Station
Graham Central Station's biggest hit was Your Love, which charted at number 9 in 1975. The group also integrated gospel music sounds into their music, and played with the dichotomy between the funk/rock star image and the "sanctified" gospel group image. Some of their recordings feature the Tower of Power horn section.
- Larry Graham: vocals, bass, guitar, fuzz bass, clavinet, organ, piano, drums, percussion
- Patryce Banks: vocals, electric funk box, tambourine
- Hershall Kennedy: vocals, clavinet, trumpet
- Robert Sam: vocals, piano, organ
- David Vega: vocals, guitar
- Willie Sparks: vocals, drums
- P. CaboOse: tenor saxophone
- Milt Holland: percussion
- Lenny Williams : vocals
- Freddie Stone: guitar
- Graham Central Station 1974, Warner Brothers Records
- Release Yourself 1974, Warner Bros.
- Ain't No 'Bout-A-Doubt It 1975 Warner Bros.
- Mirror 1976 Warner Bros.
- My Radio Sure Sounds Good to Me
- The Jam: The Larry Graham & Graham Central Station Anthology
- The Best of Larry Graham and Graham Central Station, Vol. 1
- Greatest Hits
- By Popular Demands
- Now Do U Wanta Dance
- We've Been Waiting
- Graham Central Station 2000 1998, NPG Records, produced with the artist formerly known as Prince
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