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All Day Music is the fourth album by funk group War, released November 1971 on United Artists Records. The title single was backed with "Get Down". Slipping Into Darkness" (backed with "Nappy Head"), War's first big hit since their name change from Eric Burdon and War, was on the Billboard Hot 100 for 22 weeks and so tied with Gallery's "Nice to Be With You" for most weeks on that chart all within the calendar year 1972.
Slippin' into Darkness" is a song written and performed by War. It reached on the . R&B chart and on the . It was featured on their 1971 album All Day Music. The song was produced by Jerry Goldstein. The song ranked on Billboard magazine's Top 100 singles of 1972. A live version of the song was featured as the B-side to their 1974 single "Ballero". Cargo Cult released a version of the song on their 1986 album Strange Men Bearing Gifts.
1973 live album by War. War Live. War Live is the first live album by funk group War, recorded during a four-night engagement at Chicago's High Chapparral club and released as a double LP on United Artists Records in 1973. The album was reissued on Rhino Records as a double disc CD on 1992 September 15 and again on 2008 March 3. .The album contains a mere seven songs, including "Ballero" which was previously unreleased.
Slippin' Into Darkness. Co-producer – Howard Scott, Lonnie Jordan. Producer – Jerry Goldstein. Written-By – M. Dickerson, C. Miller, H. Brown, H. Scott, L. Oskar, L. Jordan, S. Allen. War. Ballero, Slippin' Into Darkness (7"). United Artists Records.
I was slippin' into darkness. When they took, when they took my friend away. You know he loves to drink good whiskey. While Laughing at the moon. Slippin' into darkness. Take my mind beyond the dreams. I was slippin' into darkness. Where I talk to my brother. Who never said their name. All my trouble so I choose. I got a wife and a baby. Now my love hath gained its fame.
Harold Brown: "'Slippin' Into Darkness,' there was a rhythm. I had perfected that rhythm out of a combination of rhythms. So when Howard came together with certain ideas and time sets of lyrics, I said, 'The next song that we play, I'm making sure that rhythm fits in i. I was the only one written up in Downbeat for that particular rhythm that took and changed the course of drumming into the '70s. Even to this day drummers, they want to see how I play that Six months later on February 2nd, 1973 'The Midnight Special' became a weekly show; it ran until May 1981 with a total of 450 episodes.
4 Slippin' Into Darkness. War 가사 재생. 3 Lonely Feelin'.