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"First domestic release on CD by this 1970 funky rock black power classic. Probably best known as the writer of the Les McCann/Eddie Harris 1969 hit 'Compared To What', Daniels continues that song's groove-based political message on the Outlaw album. Produced by Joel Dorn and directed by William S. Fischer (1960's sideman for Eddie Harris, Joe Zawinul, Fathead Newman, Herbie Mann), Outlaw hits hard with late 60's black power messages and anti-government statements (with lyrics that still ring true today), all delivered in a hard hitting, but groovy rocking, slightly jazzy style with heavy weight Ron Carter on bass and the 'Welfare City Choir'. This album has been a favorite of underground DJ's and sampling stealers for many years. A Rock'n'Soul classic."