Black Heat

Black Heat - Street Of Tears - 1972

Black Heat was a 1970s funk band founded by King Raymond Green and discovered by Phillip Guilbeau. Their albums include Black Heat (with guest artist David "Fathead" Newman + shown in this clip), No Time To Burn and Keep On Runnin'.

The group had one hit single, "No Time to Burn", which reached #46 on the U.S. Billboard Black Singles chart. A CD re-issue of their first two albums was released by Label M in 2001 under the title, Declassified Grooves. They had recently appeared at a memorial concert for Joel Dorn their original producer at Atlantic Records. It was the first time they had reunited in over 34 years. Wikipedia

Johnell Gray - Keyboards, Vocals
Bradley Owens - Guitar, Vocals
Chip Jones - Bass Guitar,Vocals
King Raymond Green - Congas,Timbales,Harmonica and Vocals
Esco Cromer - Drums,Vocals
Ray Thompson - Woodswinds
Rodney Edwards - Trumpet
David 'Fathead' Newman - Saxophone

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