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Tracklist


1Family Tree
Written-By – Sharon Brown
2:49
2Family Tree (Disco Version)
Written-By – Sharon Brown
4:41

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
OST 008Family Tree Featuring Sharon Brown Family Tree Featuring Sharon Brown - Family Tree ‎(7")Original Sound Track RecordingsOST 008UK2002
RS45 020Family Tree Featuring Sharon Brown Family Tree Featuring Sharon Brown - Family Tree ‎(7")Record Shack RS45 020Austria2015
OST 008TFamily Tree Family Tree ‎(12")Original Sound Track RecordingsOST 008TUK2001
OST 008Family Tree Featuring Sharon Brown Family Tree Featuring Sharon Brown - Family Tree ‎(7", RE)Original Sound Track RecordingsOST 008UK2019
RS45 020 DJFamily Tree Featuring Sharon Brown Family Tree Featuring Sharon Brown - Family Tree ‎(7", TP)Record Shack RS45 020 DJAustria2015

Credits


  • Arranged By, ProducerGary Alexander
  • Executive-ProducerAl Chisolm
  • Mixed ByKevin Beamish

Companies


  • Published By – Mesquite Music
  • Published By – Paul Harvey Music

Video


Family Tree - Family Tree MP3 FLAC
Performer: Family Tree
Genre: Funk
Title: Family Tree
Country: US
Released: 1975
Style: Soul, Funk, Disco
MP3 album: 1206 mb
FLAC album: 1091 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 557
Source: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM
№ Cat: ADA-101
Label: Anada Records

Cildorais
according to comments below from sharon brown, this is from 1975 ;)
Error parents
My father has been a close friend of Geraldine Hunt since the 1960s, and she recently had to sue De La Soul and the estate of the late J. Dilla over "Thru Ya City", which heavily samples her daughter's girl group Cheri. My father himself had a song of his stolen by the late Barbara Acklin when he was a session hand at Brunswick Records (Hint: Don't leave music lying around that contains original compositions! lol); since it was only used as a b-side he couldn't get a lawyer to take the case. I agree that artists deserve their full credit and all royalties due them, or why should anyone bother making new music?
Bralore
Greetings All, This is recording artist Sharon Brown and I am really upset over the representation of this song Family Tree. it was written by me Sharon brown but they forgot to mention my co-writer Ronnie Bishop. This song is registered with bmi in my name and Ronnie Bishop, also when I recorded this song back in 1975 I met a man named Al Chislom and his side kick Gary Alexander. As a struggling artist I allowed Al to be the executive producer due to the fact he believed in the song, however Gary never arranged this song I did right down to horn parts I sang every line to the musicians and the music publisher is registered with bmi, Tshaym music publishing company bmi but on the record label it say's the publisher is Mesquite and Paul Harvey and that Is a lie and these are thieves.Bmi should had protected my music and they have not... This song is now on youtube with another group called The Baker Brothers featuring vocalist Vanessa Freemen. No license fee.
Delagamand
Just wanted to add another thank you to Ms. Brown. Gotta appreciate original artists and producers that come out and the set the record straight!Thank you Ms. Brown, your art and passion is timeless!
Fegelv
Sharon, thanks so much for the history on this highly coveted record. It is the epitome of Soul Funk that is a dance floor gem. Larry Levan played this on a few occasions at the Paradise Garage! It was a barnstormer of a record! Your sultry vocals made it all work... Happy owner of the Original Anada 12 inch! Big Thanks for this wonderful gem it's truly a "Holy Grail" piece in my collector's circle.
Uanabimo
Thank you, Sharon Brown, for de-mystifying this recording! As you know, both 7-inch and 12-inch singles (even bootlegs) are extremely hard to get. On ebay, Family Tree/Skye single would go more than 200 bucks! I hope that the song would be released properly some day; so far this song is only available in DJ mix or bootleg (which is really shame). I was lucky to find a 12-inch in a thrift shop in China town in NYC (it was a white label 12-inch.) I haven't been that lucky since.