Don't You Think It's Time
Killer Soul/Jazz-Funk highly collectible LP recorded in 1976 in San Francisco Bay Area

Don't You Think It's Time


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Killer Soul/Jazz-Funk highly collectible LP recorded in 1976 in San Francisco Bay Area

Cult LP including Rare Groove classics like “Losing you”, “Don’t you think it’s time” or “Love Nevermore”

They are named after their mentor, Bill Courtial, a highly respected session guitarist. Co-founder is reputed to be Pete ‘Coke’ Escovedo. They had both worked together as part of the Santana spin-off group Azteca, a Latin jazz fusion outfit; most notably on 1973’s ‘Pyramid of the Moon’ LP. During these sessions, they were introduced to vocalist Errol Knowles, who has a pleasant if limited vocal approach. Together, the three of them form the core of Courtial. Meanwhile, the remainder of Courtial was forming in San Francisco. Originally scheduled to perform in a play that was cancelled on opening night, the assembled group were given an alternative venue at a local club, Butterfields. This was to be an important break for them as the club owner was friends with Bill Courtial, and it had come to light that Bill was looking to form a band.

Released in 1976 on Pipeline, a small label from Woodside, California.

Guitar, Co-producer, Arranged By – Bill Courtial
Vocals – Errol Knowles
Keyboards, Strings [Elka String Choir], Synthesizer – David Kempton
Percussion – Jose Najera
Bass – Edward Williams III
Drums – Geoffrey Whyte
Co-producer – Steve Whiting
Congas – Errol Knowles (tracks: A2, A3, B2), Pete Escovedo (tracks: A1, A4, B3, B4)
Design Concept, Photography By – Herbie Greene
Engineer – Ken Hopkins
Executive-Producer – Madjid Panahpour
Recorded At – Wally Heider Studios 1976

Under exclusive license from Steve Whiting , Whiting & Co. Entertainment
Special thanks to Bill Courtial and Susan Courtial



  • 1.Don't You Think It's Time03:42
  • 2.Thank You Baby03:40
  • 3.Time To Explain03:19
  • 4.Best Of Friends03:53
  • 5.Poem For Helen03:52


  • 1.Losing You03:17
  • 2.Love Nevermore04:20
  • 3.Take The Time03:19
  • 4.Corn On The Cob / Time06:02


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