This obscure album was recorded on a private label out of Cleveland “SMH Records” from 1977. Actually, this LP is the Lou ragland’s second album because he signed a great album using the name of “Hot Chocolate”.
These both albums are very rare and only a few hundred copies were sold. Hopefully, Soul Brother label reissued these both album.
“Is the Conveyor” includes great modern soul tunes such hits as "What Should I Do" and "Understand Each Other".
ulysses young (trombone), watson vaughn (trumpet), pierre de mudd (trumpet), rasoul carey (flute & alto sax), gus hawkins (tenor sax & flute), tony rbertson (drums), hebert pruitt (bass), james d johnson iii (organ), tm tchar (guitar), fred wheatt (trombone), lou ragland (singer)