Eyes Of Love
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Incarcerated funk has no right to feel this free. Musical convicts and actual convicts from across the Commonwealth, The Edge Of Daybreak's membership wrote and recorded 'Eyes Of Love' while serving out sentences of six to sixty years.
Set to tape inside Powhatan Correctional Center on the outskirts of Richmond, Virginia, these intimate 1979 sessions unlock the prison gates and peer into a collective consciousness concocted by a core of four confined artists.
Assembled from distant love ballads and fanciful odes to freedom, Eyes Of Love is a prison letter composed by committee recorded hastily, and circulated regionally amongst adventurous clientele willing to take a chance on these felonious talents.
|Primary Format - Music||CD|
|Artist||EDGE OF DAYBREAK, THE|
|Music Genre Primary||Funk & Soul|
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