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Consider The Source

LP (Item 4053) Polydor, 1976 — Condition: Used
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Sublime jazzy soul from Creative Source – a group who managed to step way way past their early hits with a sound that's even more sophisticated on later albums! The groove is wonderfully produced by Brad Shapiro, who brings in just a bit of deeper soul to the proceedings, but also manages to work some real magic with the sweet harmonies of the group – in a way that just plain great! Includes the cuts "Singin Funky Music Turns Me On", "Under Your Spell", "There's No Substitute", "Troubled Lady", "Magic", and "I'd Find You Anywhere". (Cover has some wear, a bent corner, some minor seam splitting, and a small rip on the back at the top.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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