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That's a Plenty

That's a Plenty was the second album released by Oakland family girl group the Pointer Sisters in 1974 on the Blue Thumb record label. Mixing the Pointers' brand of soul with rollicking blues numbers and jazz covers, the album also included the country-flavored "Fairytale." The song became their second Top 40 hit and crossed over to the country charts, enabling the group to become the first African-American vocal group to perform at the Grand Ole Opry. The album was the second by the group to be certified gold.

Track listing

  1. "Bangin' On the Pipes"/"Steam Heat" (Jerry Ross, Richard Adler, Jeffrey Cohen, Bruce Good) 5:42
  2. "Salt Peanuts" (Dizzy Gillespie, Kenny Clarke, Jeffrey Cohen) 5:12
  3. "Grinning in Your Face" (Son House) 4:51
  4. "Shaky Flat Blues" (Bonnie Pointer, June Pointer, Anita Pointer, Ruth Pointer) 4:43
  5. "That's a Plenty"/"Surfeit, U.S.A." (Jeffrey Cohen, Bruce Good, R. Gilbert, Lew Pollack) 3:42
  6. "Little Pony" (Neal Hefti, Jon Hendricks) 4:45
  7. "Fairytale" (Bonnie Pointer, Anita Pointer) 5:07
  8. "Black Coffee" (Sonny Burke, Paul Francis Webster) 6:10
  9. "Love In Them There Hills" (Roland Chambers, Kenny Gamble, Leon Huff) 8:32
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