Freddie Robinson, Guitar and Vocals “Off the Cuff” (1973) Enterprise Records (Stax) With Wilton Felder (Bass), Monk Higgins (Electric Piano also Producer, Arranger and Conductor), Joe Sample (Keyboards), Harold Mason (Drums), Red Holloway (Tenor Sax) and George Bohannon (Trombone). Darlene Love adds to the backing vocals. Art Direction by Ron Gorden, Artwork by Edwin Murrell
After playing blues guitar on Chess studio recordings with Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walter, Robinson played in Jerry Butler’s band from 1963-67. He also worked with Syl Johnson and then moved to Los Angeles to be part of Ray Charles’ outfit.
(“Off the Cuff” was sampled by Ice T in “Pulse of the Rhyme”)
1. Off the cuff 2. Georgia on my mind 3. Could it be I’m falling in love 4. Smoking 5. Medicine man 6. River’s invitations 7. Changing dreams 8. Try it one time 9. You’re on my mind 10. You never ever miss away 11. I remember
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