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Ike White

Ike White

Ike White


There are many "Ike Whites" in this world - let's give them a chance - so that the color of their skin does not make its final destination be behind bars"... These lines signed by Stevie Wonder himself give an idea of this interesting album. In 1976, the label the based in the area of Los Angeles, California, brings to light an album by an artist called Ike White, Tehachapi prison inmate, a small town in the interior of the State. This data hinted Read more on Last.fm
There are many "Ike Whites" in this world - let's give them a chance - so that the color of their skin does not make its final destination be behind bars"... These lines signed by Stevie Wonder himself give an idea of this interesting album. In 1976, the label the based in the area of Los Angeles, California, brings to light an album by an artist called Ike White, Tehachapi prison inmate, a small town in the interior of the State. This data hinted at by the acknowledgements in the face of the disc to the Superintendent Jerry Emoto in the Correcionales Department of California and the rest of the staff of the prison "without whose help this project not could have been done"... and nothing more about Ike White nothing.

The album, apart from the exceptional "Changin' times" that gives title to the Lp, includes another couple of notable topics, so your purchase is highly recommended. Production was provided by Jerry Goldstein, usual producer of other artists on the label and perhaps best known for his work with the Group War, famous for his collaboration with Eric Burdon. "Existen muchos "Ike Whites" en este mundo- vamos a darles una oportunidad- para que el color de su piel no haga que su destino final sea estar entre rejas".... Estas lineas firmadas por el mismisimo Stevie Wonder dan una idea de este interesante disco. Año 1976, la discografica LA radicada en la zona de Los Angeles, California, saca a la luz un álbum de un artista llamado Ike White, recluso de la cárcel de Tehachapi, una pequeña localidad del interior del estado. Este dato se adivina por los agradecimientos en la carátula del disco al superintendente Jerry Emoto del Departamento de Correcionales de California y al resto del personal de la prisión "sin cuya ayuda este proyecto no podría haberse realizado" ....

y ningún dato más sobre Ike White, nada. El disco, aparte del excepcional "Changin' times" que da titulo al Lp, incluye otro par de temas destacables, por lo que se hace muy recomendable su compra. La producción corrió a cargo de Jerry Goldstein, habitual productor de otros artistas del sello y quizás más conocido por su labor con el grupo War , famosos por su colaboración con Eric Burdon. Read more on Last.fm.

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