When people went out to dance.
Written by Autry DeWalt (Jr. Walker), Willie Woods & Lawrence Horn.
Released in 1965
Junior Walker – saxophone, lead vocals
Willie Woods – guitar, vocals
Victor Thomas – organ
James Graves – drums
Featured James Jamerson – bass
Said put on your wig, woman
Were goin’ out to shake and fingerpop!
Written By Junior Walker, Harvey Fuqua and Willie Woods.
Originally Released in Sept. 1962 on the Harvey Label.
Junior Walker: Saxophone
Willie Woods: Guitar
Victor Thomas: Organ
James Graves: Drums
Re-Released on Tamla 1966
James Jamerson: Bass Guitar
Born Autry DeWalt Mixon, Jr., Walker Smoked on Sax.
Cleo’s Mood is my favorite song from this group.
It’s a raw, seductive, sultry bump and grind number. A combination of Blues & Jazz.
I only wished the song could of gone longer like 30 Minutes. But I’ll take what I can get.
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