San Jose, California. Chicano Soul harmony group. Analog, pressing wax, recording rare b-side covers and original rolas. Backed by The M-Tet and Cold Diamond and Mink. Where Did Our Pride Go. about. Thee Baby Cuffs San Jose, California.
Where Did Our Love Go is the second studio album by Motown singing group The Supremes, released in 1964. The album includes several of the group's singles and B-sides from 1963 and 1964. Included are the group's first Billboard Pop Singles number-one hits, "Where Did Our Love Go", "Baby Love", and "Come See About Me", as well as their first Top 40 hit, "When the Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes", and the singles "A Breathtaking Guy" and "Run, Run, Run".
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Where Did Peace Go Written by: D. Diamond also known as Alexander Randolph and/or August Moon ℗ August Moon Music BMI Cover version and or rendition re-titled as Where Did Our Pride Go and re-written by .
Thee Baby Cuffs cut a killer rendition of Larry Sanders’, Where Did Peace Go, a rola that has stood the test of time with re-worked lyrics that translate into the conditions Raza are faced with today. Dope infested streets, prison life and the burden of feeling like foreigners in our own land. Wronged by the voting system, neutralized by the FBI, doped up by the CIA, and a pride lost by our current generation. A cold stare in the mirror.
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Thee Baby Cuffs do a great job channeling the spirit of the Larry Sanders and The Prophets of Soul’s Where Did Peace Go and re-working the lyrics to reflect what is happening with Raza today. With a limited press of 500, and a label with the Mexican flag, Raza del Soul comes correct with their first forty five and a bonus instrumental on the flip. We are happy to bring this to you today on Flea Market Funk.
Thee Baby Cuffs was born out of love for soul music and chicano culture. Their first 45 Where Did Our Pride Go, came out in 2017 on the Raza del Soul label, covering an unsung early 70's Larry Saunders production. My My My Baby continues on the same lane of midtempo soul over funky drums and soulful horn lines. The lyric is your middle of the road love song material, but the group harmony lifts it right off the ground like it's meant to happen in this kind of music. Get a few copies and rock the instrumental on the B-side before dropping the vocal, if you feel like it.
Where Did Our Pride Go
Where Did Our Pride Go (Instrumental)
Joe Baer Magnant
Joe Baer Magnant
Chris Lujan (tracks: Music and lead vocals),
Mike Walti (tracks: Additional vocals)
500 press All Pre-Sales came with Mexico Theater hand stamp on brown sleeve in poly sleeve.
Where Did Our Pride Go / (Instrumental) By: Thee Baby Cuffs w/ The M-Tet
Recorded on multi-track cassette tape and mixed by: Chris Lujan at Lugnut Brand HQ, Pittsburg, Ca Additional vocals recorded by: Mike Walti at Wyldwood Studios Mastered by: Joe Baer Magnant Thee Baby Cuffs: Joe Narvaez, Gilberto Rodriguez, Dave Herrera The M-Tet: Chris Lujan, Joe Baer Magnant, Gary Pitman, Michael Reed Executively produced by: J.M. Valle Cut by: Timmion Cutting Laboratory
Raza del Soul P.O. Box 730852 San Jo, Califas, Aztlan
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Matrix / Runout (On A-Side): RAZA OO1 A TIMMION CUT JKA
Matrix / Runout (On B-Side): RAZA OO1 B TIMMION CUT JKA
Rights Society: Raza del Soul ASCAP
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