Funk, Soul music
| 1973 at Electric Lady Studios, The Hit Factory and Sound Ideas in New York City
Sound City in Van Nuys, Los Angeles|
Alfred V. Brown
Composite Truth, Mandrill Is, Mandrilland, Mandrill, Let's Do It Again
Just Outside of Town is the fourth album by Brooklyn-based soul/funk band Mandrill. Released in 1973 on Polydor Records, the album reached No. 8 on the Billboard Top Soul Albums chart.
All songs written and arranged by Mandrill
Carlos D. Wilson - trombone, flute, alto saxophone, timbales, percussion, guitar, vocals
Lou Wilson - trumpet, congas, percussion, vocals
Ric Wilson - tenor saxophone, percussion, vocals
Claude Cave - organ, vibes, piano, synthesizer, percussion, clavinet, vocals
Fudgie Kae- bass, acoustic guitar, percussion, vocals, piano
Omar Mesa - lead guitar, percussion, vocals
Neftali Santiago -drums, percussion, vocals
Jungle Brothers sampled "Mango Meat" on their song "Straight Out The Jungle" on their album Straight out the Jungle in 1988.
Public Enemy sampled "Two Sisters Of Mystery " on their song "By The Time I Get to Arizona" on their album Apocalypse 91... The Enemy Strikes Black in 1991.
The Avalanches sampled "Fat City Strut" on their song "Electricity" on their album Since I Left You in 2000.
- "Mango Meat" 4:44
- "Never Die" 3:22
- "Love Song" 5:42
- "Interlude" 0:24
- "Fat City Strut" 3:19
- "Two Sisters of Mystery" 3:39
- "Afrikus Retrospectus" 7:42
- "She Ain't Lookin' Too Tough" 5:01
- "Aspiration Flame" 5:00
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