At the Drive-In (album)

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At the Drive-In
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Type Studio album
Artist Freddy Robinson
Release Date September 1972
Recorded 1971 in the United States.
Genre Blues, jazz, funk
Language English
Length 41 minutes 49 seconds
Label Enterprise Records
Catalogue Enterprise ENS 1025
Producer Alex Brown and Monk Higgins
Engineer Christina Hersch

At the Drive-In is a 1972 studio album by American blues-jazz guitarist Freddy Robinson. Robinson had previously sessioned for Monk Higgins (b. Milton Bland), who co-produced this album. Al Vescovo, Harold Mason, Paul Humphrey, Joe Sample, Wilton Felder, Monk Higgins and Bobbye Hall provide back-up for Robinson.

Track list

Album information

Track listing:

  • Side One:
  1. 'I Found My Soul Last Night' (Milton Bland, Alexandra Louise Brown) - 4:05
  2. 'At the Drive-In' (Fred L. Robinson) - 3:49
  3. 'Wonder What It Is' (Milton Bland, Alexandra Louise Brown) - 4:12
  4. 'Bluesology' (Milt Jackson) - 6:14
  • Side Two:
  1. 'It's the Real Thing' (Milton Bland, Alexandra Louise Brown) - 7:57
  2. 'Sweet Clara' (Fred L. Robinson) - 6:00
  3. 'Miss Black America' (Milton Bland, Alexandra Louise Brown) - 3:02
  4. 'Creepin' Lightly' (Fred L. Robinson) - 6:30
Personnel
  • Musicians:
    • Freddy Robinson - guitar, harmonica, vocals
    • Alex Brown - vocals, producer
    • Clydie King - vocals
    • Venetta Fields - vocals
    • Al Vescovo - guitar
    • Monk Higgins - organ, producer
    • Joe Sample - organ, piano, keyboards
    • Wilton Felder - bass guitar
    • Paul Humphrey - percussion, drums
    • Harvey Mason, Sr. - drums
    • Harold Mason - drums
    • Bobbye Hall - percussion, conga
  • Production:
    • Christina Hersch - engineer