» » Bloodstone - We Go A Long Way Back

Bloodstone - We Go A Long Way Back download mp3 flac

Performer: Bloodstone
Genre: Funk / Soul
Album: We Go A Long Way Back
Released: 1982
Style: Soul, Funk
MP3 version ZIP size: 1194 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1652 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1571 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 336
Other Formats: AC3 VOX XM DXD AHX AU DTS

Free Download Bloodstone - We Go A Long Way Back

Bloodstone - We Go A Long Way Back
MP3 version .RAR archive

1194 downloads at 17 mb/s
Bloodstone - We Go A Long Way Back
FLAC version .RAR archive

1652 downloads at 13 mb/s
Bloodstone - We Go A Long Way Back
WMA version .RAR archive

1571 downloads at 14 mb/s

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Go On And Cry
Written-By – Charles Love, Kitty Sears
A2 How Does It Feel
Bass – Eddie Watkins*Soloist, Alto Saxophone [Alto Sax Solo] – Don MyrickVocals [Female Vocalist] – Kitty SearsWritten-By – Charles Love, Curtis Love, Kitty Sears, Oscar Love
A3 We Go A Long Way Back
Soloist, Alto Saxophone [Alto Sax Solo] – Fernando HarklessWritten-By – Charles Love
B1 Funkin' Around
Soloist, Tenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax Solo] – Don MyrickWritten-By – McKinley Jackson, Ronald Wilson
B2 My Kind Of Woman
Bass – James JamersonWritten-By – Ronald Wilson
B3 My Love Grows Stronger
Synthesizer – Paul FoxWritten-By – McKinley Jackson, Shirley Jones, Valorie Jones
B4 Nite Time Fun
Written-By – Charles Love

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – T-Neck Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – CBS Inc.
  • Recorded At – Conway Studios
  • Recorded At – Monterey Sound Studios
  • Mastered At – Allen Zentz Recording


  • Bass – Freddie (Ready Freddie) Washington*
  • Drums – Leon (Ndugu) Chancler*
  • Electric Piano, Piano [Acoustic] – Clydene Jackson
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Greig Stout*, Karen Chamberlain, Rick Clifford
  • Engineer, Remix – F. Byron Clark
  • Guitar – Charles Fearing, David T. Walker
  • Horns – David Stout: L.A. Horn Section*
  • Management [Bloodstone's Personal Manager] – Kitty Sears
  • Mastered By – Brian Gardener*
  • Performer [Bloodstone Is] – Charles Love, Henry Williams*, Ronald Bell , Ronald Wilson , Willis Draffen
  • Photography By [Cover] – Gary Heery
  • Producer, Arranged By – The Isley Brothers
  • Producer, Arranged By, Conductor, Written By [All Horn And String Arrangements] – McKinley T. Jackson*
  • Strings [L.a. Strings] – Davida Jackson*
  • Synthesizer [Mini Moog] – Reggie Andrews


Recorded at Conway Recording Studios, Los Angeles, CA
Horns recorded at Monterey Recording Studio, Glendale, CA
Mastered at Allen Zentz Recording Studio. Los Angeles, CA
© 1982 CBS Inc. ℗ 1982 T-Neck Records, Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 7464-38115-1
  • Barcode (Scanned): 074643811514
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Label): AL 38115
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Label): BL 38115

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PMV-CD-005 Bloodstone We Go A Long Way Back ‎(CD, Album, RE) Purpose Music Vaults PMV-CD-005 US 2013
EPC 85893 Bloodstone We Go A Long Way Back ‎(LP, Album) Epic EPC 85893 Europe 1982
FZT 38115 Bloodstone We Go A Long Way Back ‎(Cass, Album, Dol) T-Neck FZT 38115 US 1982
CSCS 5204 Bloodstone We Go A Long Way Back ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE) CBS/Sony CSCS 5204 Japan 1990

digytal soul
killer lp from Bloodstone, maybe the best from...a another track kill me two years later, it was ' instant love' very dangerous song !

You do not realize how lucky you are. Do you know how difficult it was to get hold of this record at the time it was released? I remember Ferry Maat spinned tracks of this album on his Soul Show. I was mesmerized. A few weeks I searched for it without any luck. After some time my attention drifted away and i forgot about it. Bloodstone, a group more famous for its ballads. Three of the best kind are to be found on side one. What matters to me are the tracks on side two. All four are sounding silky smooth, crispy and fresh, uplifting and very funky. They belong to the finest to be found in the disco funk genre. Bloodstone produced and arranged by The Isley Brothers, a fine combination. Not until 25 years later i found it in a store in Amsterdam. I didn't need to think long to call it mine. Yes, you are lucky. You just need to click on a few buttons, pay and a few days later it's yours.

"Nite...time...action..." ... if you're hip to an olskool-partymood, then a few uptempo tracks such as "Funkin Around", "My Love Grows Stronger" and "Nite Time Fun" from this project are worth to check, and worth as well to find the Japanese cd-reissue of this album. That will be a good purchase, together with the cd-reissue of their album from 1984, when the contagious Bloodstone-party kept going.

Helpful review.But you know that Ferry could get his hands on it because he had a lot of imported records that he wanted you people to discover. He could have easier access to those records thru his connections in the US and UK too... and so on. I think that at that time it was possible to order an import record from a record shop. I believe that even some shops did sold them. Anyway it's true that it's quite more easier now for us to buy records from the internet all around the world than 30 or 25 years ago.