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Arthur Adams, Roland Bautista – guitar
Oscar Brashear – trumpet
Garnett Brown – trombone
Randy Crawford – vocals
Paulinho Da Costa – percussion
Wilton Felder – saxophone, bass guitar, producer
Barry Finnerty – guitar
William Green – saxophone
Stix Hooper – drums, producer
Paul Jackson Jr. – guitar
James Jamerson, Alphonso Johnson – bass guitar
Robert O’Bryan – trumpet
Jerome Richardson – saxophone
Billy Rogers – guitar
Joe Sample – keyboards, producer

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The Mighty Crusaders No. 1 launches in December. Stay tuned to  Heat Vision  on Tuesday for more of our conversation with Goldwater — and news of another all-new Archie series.

By 1967 their manager Barry Kaye, who was "a real Hollywood creep ... [who] took every penny we made off of some real big gigs", [30] persuaded The Crusaders to change their name to The Love Exchange, [31] and moved to San Francisco, California. [32] According to Richie Unterberger: "The Love Exchange were a typical support-level Los Angeles band of the psychedelic era , right down to their name. [32] After experimenting briefly with 14-year-old Lana V. Hale, [33] the only daughter of actor Alan Hale, Jr. , [34] famous as the skipper on Gilligan's Island , as their female lead singer, [32] they replaced Hale with 16-year-old lead singer Bonnie Blunt, [14] described as "the group's strongest asset, giving them the competent vocals in the soaring, folky Mamas & the Papas /early Jefferson Airplane style", [32] and whose voice was described as "a heavenly hybrid of Grace Slick and Elaine "Spanky" McFarlane [that] burns bright as the sun". [14] Their sound was described as "the perfect soundtrack for a Griffith Park Love-In". [14] By 1967 they were signed by Uptown Records , a subsidiary of MCA Records. [35]

In April 2010, Joe Sample announced a reunion tour with Wayne Henderson and Wilton Felder (but not Stix Hooper), the first reunion of these founding members of the Jazz Crusaders since 1974. Henderson died on April 5, 2014. [2] Joe Sample died in Houston on September 12, 2014. [3] Felder died on September 27, 2015. [4]

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