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I'm Your Everything Man

A 1 track funk single (4m 58s) — released September 6th 2019 on KingUnderground

This is the first single , "I'm Your Everything Man" by CRAC from their upcoming official re-issue of

their debut LP from 1980, "All For You" on KingUnderground.

The new reissue has a silver metallic UV gloss printed cover along with a printed inner sleeve and unseen

band photos. The first 300 copies of the new package come with a bonus seven-inch,

including two previously unreleased songs. Also available on all digital platforms. The music

is comprised of a crossover mix of mellow jazzy soul, AOR, and hints of yacht rock, R&B,

and uptempo funk. With its lush, forward thinking arrangements, "All For You" sounds like an

album recorded during the peak of the late 70's "California Sound" at a forgotten studio off

the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles. Throw in a unique blend of East Coast flair and first class

songwriting - it's a real treat for fans of this style and beyond.

The band C.R.A.C. was formed in 1974 by bassist/vocalist Rick Cua, drummer Tommy

Rozzano, keyboardist Larry Arlotta, and lead singer/percussionist Ricky Chisholm. Their

name is an acronym for the founding members' last names. Playing mostly popular covers,

the band's main gig was four nights a week at a Syracuse, NY club called Big Daddy's. It

didn't take long before Big Daddy's was packed whenever C.R.A.C. was there.

As they gained popularity, a variety of opportunities presented themselves. Soon, they had

enough new gigs to leave Big Daddy's and focus on their budding career.

Drawing inspiration from other bands in their genre, their passion for music, and the success

of their first radio single, "Of The Lites," they continued to add to their repertoire of songs

written by members of the band. Fresh off the high of their radio debut, they added two new

members: guitarist Ronnie DeRollo and singer/percussionist Duane "Spoon" Walker.

C.R.A.C., or as they became known at this time, CRAC, continued on their upward trajectory

as one of New York's premier funk and R&B bands.

The band continued to expand throughout the late 70's as their territory moved throughout

New York and New England.

The busier the band got, the more their talent grew, and this afforded some members the

honour of playing with such well-known artists as Maynard Ferguson, Melba Moore, Sea

Level, Duke Jupiter, and The Outlaws.

Now, 45 years after the band's inception, independent British record label KingUnderground

is presenting a re-release of the bands only LP, "All For You," on vinyl. The first 300 copies

of the new package come with a bonus seven-inch, including two previously unreleased

songs. The opportunity to share their music with fans, old and new, has been an unexpected

blessing for the band. Seven of the eleven members represented on the "All For You" record

are still actively involved in music, and the four that are no longer with us have a front-row

seat to watch their music recapture the hearts of a new generation.

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