Quad LP/Tape Poll Graham Central Station: Graham Central Station [CD-4/Q8/QR]

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Released in early 1974, Graham Central Station was the eponymous debut of ex-Sly and the Family Stone bassman (and inventor of slappin' da bass in general) Larry Graham. The album made it to #20 in the Billboard R&B charts that year, and yielded the top-10 R&B hit Can You Handle It?

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Warner Bros. BS4 2763 [CD-4 LP] WB L9B 2763 [Q8] WSTQ 2763-QF [QR]
Discogs links: US LP / German LP / Q8 / QR
Wiki page for the album: Graham Central Station

Side 1
  1. We've Been Waiting
  2. It Ain't No Fun to Me
  3. Hair
  4. We Be's Gettin' Down
  5. Tell Me What It Is
Side 2
  1. Can You Handle It?
  2. People
  3. Why?
  4. Ghetto
 
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