Although singer/guitarist/songwriter Aalon Butler is definately not a significant name in either soul or rock, significant connoisseurs of ’70s music may remember him for backing United kingdom singer Eric Burdon as well as for briefly leading his very own band, Aalon. Butler can be a citizen of LA, where he documented an obscure one titled “Gettin’ Spirit, Pts. 1-2” (released beneath the name Aalon Butler & the brand new Breed Music group) before starting up with vocalist Burdon in 1973. Burdon is most beneficial known for his years as the business lead vocalist from the Pets, among the best British Invasion rock and roll sets of the ’60s appreciated for major strikes like “We Surely got to Escape This Place,” “Don’t Bring Me Down,” “Home from the Increasing Sunlight,” and “It’s MY ENTIRE LIFE” — and following the Pets’ break up in 1969, Burdon shifted to southern California and spent a couple of years using the L.A.-structured funk-soul powerhouse War (whose manager, Jerry Goldstein, also managed Aalon). Burdon, actually, made an appearance on War’s Latin-influenced discovery single, “Spill your wine,” but he still left War in the elevation of their recognition in 1971 and continued to create the Eric Burdon Music group. Butler was a fantastic choice for Burdon’s guitarist because, like Burdon, he was a person who kept rock and roll and R&B in similarly high respect and enjoyed merging both — the actual fact that the Pets have been a rock-band with spirit and blues affects and Battle was a soul-funk music group with rock affects obviously wasn’t dropped on Butler when he became a member of causes with Burdon. Butler’s desire for blending spirit and rock continuing after he remaining Burdon’s use and, in 1976, created Aalon, whose users included Juan Luis Cabaza on keyboards, Luther Rabb on bass, and Ron Hammond on drums. Aalon authorized with Arista Information, and in 1977 documented their debut recording, Cream Town, which Goldstein created. On Cream Town, Butler did a lot more than play acoustic guitar — he offered all the business lead vocals and do a lot of the composing (with help from Goldstein on some tunes). Underscoring Butler’s gratitude of Sly & the Family members Rock, Graham Central Train station, Ike & Tina Turner, as well as the Isley Brothers (amongst others), Cream Town was a soul-funk jewel with a certain rock impact. In an ideal world, Cream Town would have produced Butler as a lot of a superstar as Prince, Larry Graham, George Clinton, or Rick Adam, but regrettably, the 1977 discharge wasn’t the main strike it deserved to become; some possess speculated that Aalon may have been as well funky for rock and roll stations and as well rock and roll for R&B channels, although Butler’s group didn’t consider the rock impact so far as, state, Mother’s Finest. Butler’s group under no circumstances recorded another record, although he continuing to execute around LA in the past due ’70s and ’80s. In 1996, Cream Town was reissued on Compact disc by Thump Information.