(LP + MP3) Throughout the sixties, Mickey Murray made a name for himself as a hard working entertainer viewed by many as a cross between JamesBrown and Otis Redding. In 1969 Murray was signed to King Records. Mickey was groomed by the label to become their next superstar act. He recorded People Are Together and they prepared to release it in 1970 on their Federal Records imprint. It was never officially released. Secret Stash is proud to present the first ever reissue of this lost gem. Each track has been carefully remastered from the original master tapes. We've also added a gatefold jacket packed full of liner notes and never before seen photos. As always, each unit is hand numbered, comes in a resalable dust bag, and includes a free download of the entire LP. Tracks: A1. Fat GalA2. Try a Little HarderA3. Ace of SpadesA4. Going Back to AlabamaA5. I Wanna See My BabyA6. MoneyB1. People Are TogetherB2. The BuzzardB3. Explosive PopulationB4. FeverB5. I Found OutB6. I Don't Know Why.