‘Naturally’ by Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings is their second album released on January 25, 2005 By Daptone Records.
Track Listing : 1.How Do I Let A Good Man Down? (Bosco Mann) – 03:02 . 2.Natural Born Lover (Bosco Mann) – 03:04 . 3.Stranded In Your Love (Bosco Mann) – 05:47 . 4.My Man Is A Mean Man (Bosco Mann) – 03:16 . 5.You’Re Gonna Get It (Bosco Mann) – 04:59 . 6.How Long Do I Have To Wait For You? (Bosco Mann) – 04:03 . 7.This Land Is Your Land (Woody Guthrie) – 04:31 . 8.Your Thing Is A Drag (Bosco Mann) – 03:33 . 9.Fish In The Dish (Bosco Mann) – 03:18 . 10.All Over Again (Bosco Mann) – 04:43
Musicians : Sharon Jones – Vocals . El Michels – Baritone Saxophone . Neal Sugarman – Tenor Saxophone . Dave Guy – Trumpet . Homer “Funky-Foot” Steiweiss – Drums . Binky Griptite – Guitar, Emcee, Back-Up Vocals . Boogaloo Velez – Congas . Tommy “Tnt” Brenneck – Guitar, Piano . Bosco “Bass” Mann – Bass, Piano, Vibes, Tambourine, Bandleader . Lee Fields – Vocals On (3) . Alex Kadvan – Cello . Antoine Silverman – Violin . Entcho Todorov – Violin . Stuart D. Bogie – Jaw Harp On (9) . Earl Maxton (Vicktor Axelrod) – Organ On (10) . The Dap-Kings – Band
Production : Produced By Bosco Mann . Don Grossinger – Mastering . Gabriel Roth – Audio Engineer, Engineer, Mixing
Package : Dulce Pinzón – Photography . David Serre – Art Direction
Released On January 25, 2005 By Daptone Records.
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