Prelusion

Prelusion

[pri-loo-zhuhn]
Prelusion is the first album R&B singer Patrice Rushen. The first of three albums she would record with Prestige Records, the album was mainly Instrumental jazz which was her main focus as a singer before becoming a full-time R&B singer four years later after signing with Elektra Records. Released in 1974, the album showed great promise for Rushen in the Instrumental jazz genre with songs like "Haw-Right Now", "Shortie's Portion", and "Puttered Bopcorn".

The album only leaves people to speculate on where her career in jazz might have gone had she not switched to R&B singing in 1978. In 1998, Prelusion was reissued along with Rushen's second album, Before the Dawn, on a single 77-minute CD; unfortunately, "Puttered Bopcorn" was deleted due to space limitations.

Track listing

  1. "Shortie's Portion"
  2. "7/73"
  3. "Haw Right Now"
  4. "Traverse"
  5. "Puttered Bopcorn"

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