Got to Find a Way is a 1974 studio album by Curtis Mayfield. It peaked at number 76 on the Billboard 200 chart, as well as number 17 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. All tracks written by Curtis Mayfield. Curtis Mayfield – production. Rich Tufo – arrangement. Roger Anfinsen – engineering. Milton Sincoff – creative packaging design. William S. Harvey – cover design, painting. Marv Stuart – management.
Mayfield is truly one of the greats, a pioneer in funk and socially aware R&B. He received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 1995. Inducted into Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 1999 (Solo Performer) and previously (1991) as a member of The Impressions. Inducted into Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2000. Got To Find A Way (Album).
Curtis Mayfield lyrics - 90 song lyrics sorted by album, including "People Get Ready", "Move On Up", "Superfly". album: "Got To Find A Way" (1974). So You Don't Love Me A Prayer Mother's Son Ain't No Love Lost. album: "Sweet Exorcist" (1974).
Curtis Mayfield - Ain& No Love Lost Lyrics. Artist: Curtis Mayfield. Album: Got to Find a Way. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive.
Curtis (Curtis Mayfield album). Curtis is the debut album by American soul musician Curtis Mayfield, released in September 1970. Produced by Mayfield, it was released on his own label Curtom Records. The musical styles of Curtis moved further away from the pop-soul sounds of Mayfield's previous group The Impressions and featured more of a funk and ed sound
Back to the World is a 1973 studio album by Curtis Mayfield . Singles from Back to the World. Future Shock, The Other Side of Town" Released: 1973. If I Were Only a Child Again, Think (Instrumental)" Released: 1973. Can't Say Nothin', Future Song (Love a Good Woman, Love a Good Man)" Released: 1973. Kung Fu, Right On for the Darkness" Released: 1974.
But as speaking objectively as I can, this is surely Mayfield at the top of his game. Clive Anderson’s liner notes on this Charly reissue may be a bit pretentious, opening up with a citation from Wordsworth, but they do pretty much nail the album and do it justice. He and Curtis worked so well together that I often can't tell their playing apart. Exorcist' and "Got To Find a Way' are both lovely albums too but this one has the SONGS for me. Curtis brought back orchestra for the soundtrack record "Short Eyes" a few years later, which I'd almost forgotten about.
Got To Find A Way. 1974. Billboard 76 - Nov 1974 (7 weeks).