Despite progress in civil rights, African-Americans in the early 1970s had it tough with segregation in schools, few employment opportunities and lots else. Doug Carn reacted to the times by creating a personalized strain of jazz music that expressed a loving hopefulness, He found a home at the Black Jazz label, where African-Americans called the shots and, of course, racial tension was nonexistent..
Doug Carn: Piano, Electric Piano,Organ
Jean Carn: Vocals.
George Harper: Tnr Sax, Flute
Bob Frazier: Trumpet Flugelhorn
Henry Franklin: Bass
Al Hall, Jr.: Trombone
Micheal Carvin: Drums