You Know You're Wrong Don't Ya Brother ;
LP (Item 3780)
Obscure mellow midtempo soul LP on Buddah from 1973. The record's got an easy mellow feel that's quite nice and a bit folksy -- and Heath has a progressive righteous approach that reminds us a bit of Terry Callier. The songwriting's a bit varied, but the nicest moments have that kind of hip underground sound that makes you happy you still dig through old LPs. The album includes some nice lost cuts -- like "Put Your Love in My Hands" and "You Know You're Wrong", both of which have a nice late night feel -- plus the tracks "Every Fool On Earth", "Jamey", "Brother", "Made To Love", and "I Thought You Might Like To Know".
(there is an odd pop on the track "Jamey" (not my rip) , but it kinda throws off the entire tune, the rest of the album is very much Worth checking out, I'm sure this may already be out in circulation as I posted it here once before, as well as the original source , whom I couldn't say, as I've had this for quite awhile...ENJOY!)