Trampin' Album Cover Art. Shango.
Shango was an American rock quartet that recorded in 1969 and 1970. They are best remembered for their only Hot 100 chart appearance with the song "Day After Day (It's Slippin' Away)". The band debuted as Renaissance in 1968, with a one-shot single "The Hi-Way Song" on GNP Crescendo, which did not chart. Shortly thereafter, they changed their name to Shango.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. All the tracks from album Trampin' of Shango (3). Shango (3) - Trampin' photo images watch: Release title: Shango (3) - Trampin'. Style of release: Country Rock music.
|A1||Some Things A Man's Gotta Do|
|A2||The Time Has Come|
|A3||Walkin' In The Sunshine|
|A4||Maybe I Can Find A Way|
|A5||That's My Bag|
|B1||Have You Seen The Morning|
|B2||You Got Something|
|B3||Can't Stay Away From You|
|B4||Blue One, Blue Two|
- Record Company – Odeon De Venezuela S.A.
- Manufactured By – Corporacion Los Ruices
- Arranged By [Horns] – Jimmie Haskell
- Artwork, Design – Cal Schenkel
- Bass – Malcom Evans
- Drums – Joe Barile
- Engineer – Phil Kaye
- Guitar – Richie Hernandez
- Percussion, Piano, Organ – Tommy Reynolds
- Photography By – Ed Cabaeff
- Producer – Stevie Barri*
|DS 50082||Shango||Trampin' (LP, Album)||Dunhill, ABC Records||DS 50082||US||1970|
|MOFB 15020||Shango||Trampin' (LP, Album, Mono, Pla)||Odeon||MOFB 15020||Brazil||1970|
|SSL 5030, 1E 062 ◦ 91553||Shango||Trampin' (LP, Album)||Stateside, Stateside||SSL 5030, 1E 062 ◦ 91553||UK||1970|
|2C062-91553||Shango||Trampin' (LP, Album)||Stateside||2C062-91553||France||1970|
|3C 062-91553||Shango||Trampin' (LP)||Stateside||3C 062-91553||Italy||1970|