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War ‎– Why Can't We Be Friends?

Label: United Artists Records – UA-LA441-G
Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo, Pitman
Country: US
Genre: Latin, Funk / Soul
Style: Funk, Afro-Cuban


A1 Don't Let No One Get You Down
Written-By  Jerry Goldstein
A2 Lotus Blossom
Written-By  Francie Nelson
A3 Heartbeat 7:25
Leroy's Latin Lament (Medley)
A4 Lonnie Dreams 0:49
A5 The Way We Feel
Lyrics By  Keri Oskar
A6 La Fiesta 2:10
A7 Lament 2:27
B1 Smile Happy 7:22
B2 So 4:48
B3 Low Rider
Written-By  Jerry Goldstein
B4 In Mazatlan 2:45
B5 Why Can't We Be Friends?
Written-By  Jerry Goldstein

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company  United Artists Records, Inc.
  • Manufactured By  United Artists Records, Inc.
  • Produced For  Far Out Productions, Inc.
  • Produced For  Far Out Productions
  • Published By  Far Out Music, Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright ℗  Far Out Productions, Inc.
  • Copyright ©  Far Out Productions, Inc.
  • Pressed By  Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman


  • Artwork [Mural "Venice In The 70's"]  Christina Schlesinger, Judy Baca
  • Backing Vocals  Milton James, Moses Wheelock, Sharone Scott*
  • Bass, Percussion, Vocals  B.B. Dickerson
  • Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Percussion, Vocals  Charles Miller
  • Congas, Bongos, Percussion, Vocals  Papa Dee Allen
  • Cover [Album Cover Art]  Howard Miller
  • Drums, Percussion, Vocals  Harold Brown
  • Engineer [Recording]  Andrew Berliner, Chris Huston, Ed Barton
  • Guitar, Percussion, Vocals  Howard Scott
  • Harmonica, Percussion, Vocals, Cover [Album Cover Concept]  Lee Oskar
  • Lacquer Cut By  AB*
  • Management  Far Out Management Ltd., Steve Gold (3)
  • Organ, Piano, Timbales, Percussion, Vocals  Lonnie Jordan
  • Photography By  Gary Sato*
  • Producer  Jerry Goldstein
  • Producer [In Association With]  Howard Scott, Lonnie Jordan
  • Written-By  War


Includes poster.

© ℗ 1975, Far Out Productions, Inc. All compositions published by Far Out Music Inc. ASCAP
Produced for Far Out Productions, Inc. (on back cover)
Produced for Far Out Productions (on labels)
P in the runouts (Pitman)