The Crusaders was an American garage rock band, whose 1966 album Make a Joyful Noise with Drums and Guitars is considered one of the first gospel rock releases, or even "the first record of Christian rock". Daniel Leonard Altchuler (born 21 September 1946)-rhythm guitar (1966–1969). Fred J. Barnett (born 18 March 1950) - lead guitar (1966–1969). Jeffrey Arlen Barnett (born 29 December 1949; died 13 May 1989 in Corvallis, Oregon)-drums, percussion (1966–1969).
This album has an average beat per minute of 132 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 78/174 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Crusaders 1. 1. That's How I Feel. BPM Profile Crusaders 1. Album starts at 174BPM, ends at 78BPM (-96), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Crusaders.
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The Crusaders – Crusaders 1 ( Blue Thumb, 1972 ). This album was already a soul jazz treasure when it came out in 1972. It’s a kind of debut album after they ended their Jazz Crusaders years. Track Listing : 1. That’s How I Feel 2. So Far Away 3. Put It Where You Want It 4. Mystique Blues 5. Full Moon 6. Sweet Revival 7. Mud Hole 8. It’s Just Gotta Be That Way 9. Georgia Cottonfield 10. A Shade Of Blues 11. Three Children 12.
Album for Blue Thumb after the Jazz Crusaders dropped the "Jazz" in their name and added the funk! Includes Put It Where You Want It; That's How I Feel; Three Children, and more eminently tasteful, eminently groovalicious sounds from 1971. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
Chain Reaction (The Crusaders album). Chain Reaction is a 1975 album by jazz-fusion band The Crusaders. It is "one of the tastiest concoctions of the mid-'70s jazz-fusion era". Chain Reaction "helped lure young, rock and soul-oriented listeners over to check out the jazz side". Chain Reaction" – 5:35. I Felt The Love" – 2:28.