|Those Southern Knights|
|Studio album by|
|Studio||Total Experience Studios, Hollywood, California|
|The Crusaders chronology|
|Singles from Those Southern Knights|
|The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide|
|The Penguin Guide to Jazz Recordings|
Those Southern Knights is a 1976 studio album by The Crusaders. It peaked at number 38 on the Billboard Top LPs chart,as well as number 9 on the Soul LPs chart and number 2 on the Top Jazz LPs chart.
It includes "Keep That Same Old Feeling" and "And Then There Was the Blues".The former peaked at number 21 on the Hot Soul Singles chart, while the latter peaked at number 92.
|2.||"Keep That Same Old Feeling"||Wayne Henderson||5:34|
|3.||"My Mama Told Me So"||Sample||4:47|
|4.||"Til' the Sun Shines"||Larry Carlton||2:44|
|5.||"And Then There Was the Blues"||Nesbert "Stix" Hooper||9:36|
|7.||"Feeling Funky"||Robert Popwell||3:01|
Credits adapted from liner notes.
|US Billboard Top LPs & Tape||38|
|US Top Soul LPs ( Billboard )||9|
|US Top Jazz LPs ( Billboard )||2|
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