"All Day Music" is the fourth album by the American funk group War, released in November 1971. The title single was backed with the album track "Get Down".
"Slipping Into Darkness" (backed with "Nappy Head"), War's first big hit since their name change from Eric Burdon and War, was on the hot 100 for 22 weeks and so tied with Gallery's "Nice to Be with You" for most weeks on that chart all within the calender year 1972.
"Baby Brother" is a live track recorded at the Hollywood Bowl, June 1971, at an event called the United Artists 99 Cent Spectacular; a studio version of this song retitled "Me and Baby Brother" appeared on a later album, "Deliver the Word" (1973)
War - All Day Music
U.K. United Artists UAS 29269 Stereo (1971)
Album produced by Jerry Goldstein & Chris Huston.
The vinyl attains a strong excellent grading, suggesting few plays.
Audio quality is very clear and strong throughout.
Both record centre labels are clean and unmarked.
The album cover is in excellent condition, displaying a small coloured sticker on the upper right side.