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Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Taj Mahal - Brothers (1977)


1. Love Theme in the Key of D
2. Funky Butt
3. Brother's Doin' Time
4. Night Rider
5. Free the Brothers
6. Sentidos Dulce (Sweet Feelings)
7. The Funeral March
8. Malcolm's Song
9. David and Angela

Not My Review
Taj produced, wrote and arranged this soundtrack from the late 70's film. It has a strong Caribbean feel to the percussion and Taj's voice is strong and fluid as ever. The synopsis from the cover is as follows: "He was nobody, a black man in a white man's prison. She was somebody; a notorious, beautiful radical, black professor. Their love story caused a national convulsion. This film is that story. And it happened." I've never seen the flick myself, but I love the record. Nice simple cover graphics are well chosen.


Link to movie review
Arthur Barron - Brothers (1977)

2 comments:

Killa said...

http://www.zshare.net/download/131795477024e988/


The Hitter Sdtk Link not mine just ran across it

Bou Fartettu said...

thanks, been searching for this since i dont know when (had the vinyl once)

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