White organist Charles Earland was the heir to Philadelphia's school of soul-jazz with his lightweight, poppy romps, such as
Here Comes Charlie, off Black Talk (december 1969), for a sextet,
Key Club Cookout, off Living Black (september 1970), featuring saxophonist Grover Washington,
Cause I Love Her, off Intensity (february 1972), featuring trumpeter Lee Morgan,
Brown Eyes, off Leaving This Planet (december 1973), featuring tenor saxophonist Joe Henderson and trumpeter Freddie Hubbard.
Earland died in 1999.