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  • Audio CD (2 Feb. 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Warner
  • ASIN: B000002KFY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 440,217 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Jam
2. Your Love
3. It's Alright
4. I Can't Stand the Rain
5. It Ain't Nothing But a Warner Bros. Party
6. Ole Smokey
7. Easy Rider
8. Water
9. Luckiest People

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By pauldconway@hotmail.com on 8 Dec. 2000
Format: Audio CD
This little packet of joy first came into my life by complete accident, but it was largely responsible for my funk epiphany! The monumentally talented Larry Graham had come out of the second funkiest group of the late-sixties, and was originally scheduled to be the producer for this act. However, the lure of the stage was too great, and he joined up for further funk duty!
From the high-octane intro of "the Jam" to the sleazy, down-home groove of "I Can't Stand The Rain," every last iota of this recording will have your foot tappin' 'till bedtime (and afterwards). An essential purchase, an done that shows just how much of a debt Sly Stone owed to his band members.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I remember listening to this when I was eight years old, it was funky then and it's seriously funky now...they just do not have bands that are this good anymore, (with the exception of The Artist, Tony, Toni, Tone, & Mint Condition). "I Can't Stand The Rain" was the funkiest song I heard then and the funkiest now.
Graham Central Station's Jam 28 April 2013
By Andre S. Grindle - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Believe it or not, I did not like this album much at all upon first hearing it. Of course that was on a vinyl LP that was in poor shape and, even for that, sounded like a poorly recorded version of the album. It came off as uneven,with some of the songs downright weak and others brilliantly grooving beyond reckon. While the opposite is often true there are times when digital media brings out the best in funk. And this is definitely one of those cases. Larry Graham and GCS were, with the decline of Sly Stone as a commercially viable entity,poised to take their own innovations to a very different place than Sly had. Even though this is three albums into their career, it really represents GCS really beginning to find a musical focus more indebted to Larry Graham than anyone else.

"The Jam" of course probably represents this band more than anything. The music seems to be so heavily in unison and nervous at times it could (incorrectly as it turns out) seem rather unfunky. But when Larry's bass comes in,in a style sounding as if he's literally playing under water, the intense rhythmic funk unity of this 8+ minute extravaganza is made perfectly clear. "It's Alright","Water" and "It Ain't Nothing But A Warner Bros. Party",which thanks their label for their success as well as Tower Of Power and Little Feats, are all faster and more ferocious take on the bass/guitar/organ heavy funk-the latter a tribute to the "united funk" era itself. "Easy Rider" brings in a little of a rock rhythm flavor to an otherwise funky groove-similar to a Larry Graham/Isley Brothers hybrid.

"Your Love" brings in the upbeat doo-wop stylings of "Hot Fun In The Summertime" into the mid 70's whereas "I Can't Stand The Rain" showcases Larry's interest in the Willie Mitchell/Hi soul sound,of course heavily funked up as only Larry Graham could do it. "Luckiest People" brings in the Oakland Symphony Orchestra for a cinematic psychedelic funk opus reflecting the bands burgeoning spiritual bent. This album,particularly with a beefed up sound from remastering,really represents the instrumental sounds and arrangements that typified the funk era of the 70's. The music is full on funk, but presented in a completely diverse manner and showcasing a love for gospel,blues and rock as well. An absolutely essential recording for lovers of mid 70's funk music.
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gcs: their best 9 Jan. 2003
By elliott g swinton - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
As a long time fan, (in my mind, their biggest fan!), this album has always stood out as their greatest body of work!. From their national anthem "The Jam", to the other party favorites, it has stood the test of time. Definitely, a must buy!
Tha Bawwmb! 8 Jan. 2005
By Kyle Mole - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Yeesir! This was recorded at the peak of their magic powers as a 'Fonk' outfit. Every number here is perfect. 'The Jam' still knocks my socks off eeach time I hear it, 'It's Alright' and 'Warner Bros Parrty' slam the grooves and raise dem hands!

Then there's the soulfully, Doo Wap resplendence of 'Your Love,' where all the Gospel truth about Love 'n' stuff just socks it to ya, right in the gut, the way a good fonk ballad should do.

'Water' is a clever bit of tight, backwards production, and has one of Larry's most killer slaps! Their records always finish on a religious, over the top kinda tip, but that really is the only down side to the heaviest funk and groove this of Bootsy and Kool And The Gang. Oh yeah, dont listen to other reviewers when they say, 'Get the greatist hit's,' cause every GCS album upto 'My Radio Sure Sounds Good To Me' is essential funk listening. You hear how they progress from raw funk and southern stars, to more discoish, upbeat songs. Praise tha Lawwd!
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
This ain't nothin but a Warner Bros. P A R T Y! 13 Sept. 2005
By Lindsay Robinson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Reared on the sounds of Sly and the family stone, this hit the spot.
The Jam took guts right from the start with a overtime, overload of a FUNK with some self expression added. It took me years to realize that the same bass voice that hit the charts in the 80's with the ballad, "One in a Million you" is the lead on "Your Love." Warner Bros. FIRST. That's right, FIRST Black Gold single. Hence this band set the way for The Time, Prince etc. "It's alright", "Water" and "Easy Rider", are the uptempo fun grooves here. "I can't stand the rain" is just an awesome arrangement.
Warner Bros. Party is a fun tribute to the Tower of Power, Doobie Bros. etc. Laid back fun and inspiration "Ole Smokey" and "Luckiest People." round off a super funk outing.
I do believe after the success of this recording, Warner Bros. set up a dept. for Black Music that they obviously had overlooked.
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