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Monday, September 7, 2015

Grady Tate [featuring Gary McFarland Orchestra] - Slaves (1969)



From the obscure Blaxploitation film, "Slaves" (1969) featuring Ossie Davis and Dionne Warwick, this soundtrack offers us very little to none of that Blaxplotiation sound we are accustom to hearing. Nevertheless, it's necessary to have in the collection. Driven by harmonic and country sounds that one could say is fitting for a film like "Slaves"; this soundtrack does deliver for it purpose. Enjoy.



A1. Slaves    
A2. Slaves    
A3. Meetin' House    
A4. Black Lullabye    
A5. Another Mornin'    
B1. Pickin' Cotton    
B2. Nightwind (Esther's Theme)    
B3. Another Mornin'    
B4. Pickin' Cotton    
B5. Nightwind (Esther's Theme)


Go here for the review of the film, "Slaves" (1969).

2 comments:

Unknown said...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3S8jxdv9CE

Here's a link for the song 'Slaves' sung by Dionne Warwick herself
that's not on the album, uncle Jack !

Anonymous said...

The link is down, please !!

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