The Lincolns (jazz, blues, rock)
The Lincolns are a rhythm and blues band, fronted by Prakash John and based in Toronto, Ontario. The band performs music in the style of the 1960s and 1970s. In 1979, after leaving the Alice Cooper tours, Prakash John returned to Toronto and founded an R&B band, The Lincolns. He recruited musicians from previous tours. The Lincolns performed locally in Toronto and also toured around Ontario. The band has released two albums, Take One on Attic Records and the independently released Funky Funky Funky, originally commissioned by the CBC. With various personnel changes, the Lincolns continue to play around Canada, performing R&B music in the style of the 1960s and 70s.
Higher And Higher 4:15 How Sweet It Is 4:07
Road Runner 3:14 Under The Boardwalk/Saturday Night At The Movies4:35
Out Of Sight 2:35 Walkin' The Dog 4:40
I'm Gonna Make You Love Me 5:25 Broadway Medley: Ferry Cross The Mersey/On Broadway/Makin' It 8:20
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Take One - 1983
1 Funky Funky... Funky 2 The R&B Anthology / Back To The Chicken Shack
3 Spanish Harlem 4 Sticks 'N Stones / Talkin' 'Bout Lies
5 People Get Ready 6 Respect
7 When A Man Loves A Woman / Lonely Nights
8 Get On Up 9 The Letter / Can't Fight The Power
10 Don't Fight It / Get On Up 11 Your Real Good Thing / The End
12 Soul Man / Get Up / Work To Do 13 Train A Commin'
14 I'm Wonderin' 15 Messin With The Kid / Blues For The Kid