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Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Willie Hutch - Foxy Brown (1975)



1. Chase
2. Theme Of Foxy Brown
3. Overture Of Foxy Brown
4. Hospital Prelude Of Love Theme
5. Give Me Some Of That Good Old Love
6. Out There
7. Foxy Lady
8. You Sure Know How To Love Your Man
9. Have You Ever Asked Yourself Why (All About Money Game)
10. Ain't That (Mellow, Mellow)
11. Whatever You Do (Do It Good)


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Willie Hutch on top form. A great soulful album packed with his superb guitar work mixes a number of strong slow funk vocal tracks with several faster chase theme style instrumentals. Don't miss the superb 'Give Me Some Of That Good Old Love'.

1 comments:

Si said...

this is a great album - any way you cut it. it's all good but for me the standout is "ain't that mellow, mellow' but 'Have You Ever Asked Yourself Why' and 'give me some of that good ole lovin" are almost as good.

Willie Hutch also did the soundtrack to The Mack which is good too but this one has the added bonus of some really solid songs. Highly recommended by me.

Thanks for this blog - it's been all i've been listening to for the last month. I tried watching 'Foxy Brown' last night - it was ok but the soundtrack is much better than the film..

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