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Blame It On The Dogg: The Swamp Dogg Anthology 1968-1978


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Rare cuts from Swamp Dogg and friends 18 Jun. 2013
By Donald E. Gilliland - Published on Amazon.com
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First of all, this is not an album by Swamp Dogg, at least not in the conventional sense. This compilation has songs that Swamp Dogg produced and/or wrote for various artists in the 60s and 70s, under his real name, Jerry Williams. Plus, there are some songs on here that are indeed from Swamp Dogg, and also a few as Jerry Williams (he used to record as "Little Jerry Williams" back in the 50s. But what you need to know is that this is an excellent compilation of rare soul music, which you would except from the fine folks at Kent and Ace who put this CD together (complete with a booklet full of track details and an essay). If you are looking for songs that have Swamp Dogg's trademark "warped" humor and sometimes social/political lyrical content, you won't find much evidence of that on here. But you will find proof that Williams was a very skilled producer and astute judge of musical talent. Looking at the roster of artists on here, you will no doubt recognize and a few names and be cluless about some others. But nearly all of these songs are top-shelf tunes that I think any lover of 60s and early 70s soul will appreciate. Williams/Swamp Dogg was/is a major talent who should be ranked up there with the likes of Quincy Jones, Curtis Mayfield, and other great artists/producers of the soul/R&B era. Mighty fine listening.
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