"Evolution" is the second album by session guitarist Dennis Coffey and the Detroit Guitar Army.
Released in 1971 under the Dennis Coffey and the Detroit Guitar Band banner the album charted at number thirteen on the Top Soul Albums chart due to the funk instrumental "Scorpio" which charted at number six on the U.S. pop singles chart and number nine on the U.S. Soul Singles chart.
All tracks composed by Dennis Coffey; except where indicated
- "Getting It On" (Dennis Coffey, Mike Theodore) (2:31)
- "Whole Lot of Love" (Jimmy Page, John Bonham, John Paul Jones, Robert Plant) (2:33)
- "Summertime Girl" (3:06)
- "Scorpio" (4:20)
- "Garden of the Moon" (3:23)
- "Impressions Of" (4:48)
- "Sad Angel" (3:40)
- "Big City Funk" (Dennis Coffey, Mike Theodore) (2:55)
- "Wind Song" (2:44)
- "Good Time Rhythm and Blues" (2:44)
- Dennis Coffey - alto guitar, sitar
- Joe Podorsek - Barotone guitar
- Ray Monette - tenor guitar
- Bob Babbitt - bass guitar
- Uriel Jones, Pistol Allen - drums
- Earl Van Dyke - keyboards
- Eddie "Bongo" Brown - congas
- Jack Ashford - tambourine
|Billboard Pop Albums
|Billboard Top Soul Albums
|US Pop Singles
||US Soul Singles
||"Getting It On"
Dennis Coffey - Evolution
U.S. Sussex Records SXBS 7004 stereo (1972).
Record produced by Mike Theodore.
The vinyl record has remained in excellent condition.
Audio quality is very clear and strong throughout.
Both record centre labels are clean, unmarked, and free from tears, stains or stickers.
The album cover is in Very Good+ condition, showing some average signs of wear.
The album cover's spine displays some average signs of wear.