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Soul Jazz Records Presents Can You Dig It? The Music And Politics Of Black Action Films 1969-75 [Vol. 1] [VINYL] Double LP

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Product details

  • Vinyl (12 Oct. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Double LP
  • Label: Soul Jazz Records
  • ASIN: B002GUJ12U
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 168,592 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Coffy (Coffy) - Roy Ayers
  2. Blacula (Blacula) - Gene Page
  3. Shaft in Africa (Addis) (Shaft in Africa) - Johnny Pate
  4. Brothers Gonna Work It Out (The Mack) - Willie Hutch
  5. Soul of Nigger Charley (Soul Of Nigger Charley) - Don Costa
  6. T Plays it Cool (Troubleman) - Marvin Gaye
  7. Across 110th Street (Across 110th Street) - Bobby Womack
  8. Willie's Chase (Willie Dynamite) - J.J. Johnson
  9. Down and Out In New York City (Black Caeser) - James Brown
  10. They Call Me Mister Tibbs (They Call Me Mister Tibbs) - Quincy Jones
  11. Keep on Movin' On (Willie Dynamite) - J.J. Johnson
  12. Black Belt Jones (Black Belt Jones) - Dennis Coffy
  13. Freddie's Dead (Super Fly) - Curtis Mayfield
  14. Wilford's Gone (Cornbread, Earl And Me) - Blackbyrd's
  15. Foxy Brown (Foxy Brown) - Willie Hutch
  16. Run Fay Run (Three Tough Guys) - Isaac Hayes

Product Description

(2009/SOUL JAZZ) 16 tracks 1968-75

Medium 1
Coffy Is The Color - AYERS, Roy
Blacula - PAGE, Gene
Shaft In Africa - PATE, Johnny
Brother's Gonna Work It Out - HUTCH, Willie
Charley - DON COSTA
T Plays It Cool - GAYE, Marvin
Across 110th Street - WOMACK, Bobby
Willie Chase - JOHNSON, J.J.

Medium 2
Down And Out In New York City - BROWN, James
They Call me Mister Tibbs - JONES, Quincy
Keep On Movin' On - REEVES, Martha
Theme From Black Belt Jones - COFFEY, Dennis
Freddie's Deatd - MAYFIELD, Curtis
Wilford's Gone - BLACKBYRDS
Theme Of Foxy Brown - HUCH, Willie
Run Fay Run - HAYES, Isaac

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For anyone who's ever danced to the 'Theme Tune to Shaft' and wants to take things further, this is a must. Any one of these tracks would get the party started and every one takes you to a sleazy back street in a downtown city populated by pimps, hustlers, low-life and foxy chicks. The early seventies resounds to thick, funky bass, wah-wah guitar and off-the-beat percussion, all topped off with the swathes of jazzy, souly xylophone and flourishes of flute. Pull on your cuban heels and turn up the collar of your leather jacket, shout, 'Freeze turkey,' and get down for your right to party!
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Bought this vinyl for my son who had written to Santa. He was thrilled to receive it and it's exactly what he hoped it would be. He was also amazed that Santa is involved in the modern technology age. According to him, the music knocks your socks off.
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