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Donny Hathaway - Extension of a man (1973) (R&B/Soul)
Donny Edward Hathaway (October 1, 1945 – January 13, 1979) was an American soul singer-songwriter and musician. Hathaway contracted with Atlantic Records in 1969 and with his first single for the Atco label, "The Ghetto, Part I" in early 1970, Rolling Stone magazine "marked him as a major new force in soul music."
His collaborations with Roberta Flack scored high on the charts and won him the Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal for the duet, "Where Is the Love" in 1973.
His body was found outside the luxury hotel Essex House in New York City; his death was ruled a suicide.
Extension of a Man is an album released by the R&B/Soul singer Donny Hathaway in 1973. It was his last studio album. It's noted for including a young Stanley Clarke of (then) Return to Forever on a couple of tracks, as well as drummer Fred White, brother to Earth, Wind & Fire's Maurice White (who worked with Hathaway in Chicago in the early days).
"I Love the Lord; He Heard My Cry (Parts I & II)" (Hathaway) - 5:32
"Someday We'll All Be Free" (Hathaway, Edward Howard) - 4:14
"Flying Easy" (Hathaway) - 3:13
"Valdez in the Country" (Hathaway) - 3:33
"I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know" (Al Kooper) - 5:23
"Come Little Children" (Hathaway) - 4:35
"Love, Love, Love" (J.R. Bailey, Ken Williams) - 3:25
"The Slums" (Hathaway) - 5:11
"Magdalena" (Danny O'Keefe) - 3:08
"I Know It's You" (Leon Ware) - 5:13
"Lord Help Me" (Joe Greene, Billy Preston) - 4:06
"Lord Help Me" was originally only released as a B-side to the single "I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know". It did not feature on Extension Of A Man until the 1993 Compact Disc re-release. The song features Billy Preston. Also, only track produced by Jerry Wexler
Donny Hathaway - Lead Vocals, Electric Piano, Piano, Organ, Bass
Cornell Dupree, David Spinozza, Keith Loving, Joseph Bishop, Phil Upchurch - Guitar
Grady Tate, Fred White, Rick Marotta, Ray Lucas - Drums
Willie Weeks, Russ Savakus, Stanley Clarke, Gordon Edwards - Bass
Hugh McCracken - Banjo, Guitar
Ralph MacDonald - Percussion
David Newman - Saxophone
Hubert Laws - Flute
Marvin Stamm, Joe Newman, Ernie Royal - Trumpet
Dominick Gravine, Garnett Brown, Paul Faulise, Wayne Andre, Tony Studd, Garnett Brown - Trombone
Don Butterfield - Tuba
Phil Bodner - Clarinet, Saxophone (Alto)
Seldon Powell - Clarinet, Reeds, Saxophone (Tenor)
V. Abato - Clarinet
Romeo Penque, William Slapin - Reeds
Charles McCracken, George Ricci, Kermit Moore - Cello
Jim Buffington, Julius Watkins, Tony Miranda - French Horn
Emanuel Green, Harry Lookofsky, Julien Barber, Noel DaCosta, Sanford Allen, Theodore Israe - Violin
Gloria Agostini - Harp
Henry Schuman - Oboe
Cissy Houston, Myrna Smith, Sylvia Shemwell, Jimmy Douglass, Mario "Big M" Medious, Richard Wells, William "Mac" McCollum - Backing Vocals
Myrna Summers & The Interdenominational Singers - Choir