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Undisputed Truth

LP (Item 27877) Gordy, 1971 — Condition: Used
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4.60 11

A perfect example groove that got The Undisputed Truth big hit fame in the early 70s – sort of a rumbling funk, full-on approach, using male/female vocals in kind of a "wall of soul" approach. Includes the huge hit "Smiling Faces Sometimes", plus lots of covers of cool tracks like "California Soul", "Like A Rolling Stone", "Ball Of Confusion", and "You Got The Love I Need". Norman Whitfield production all the way through, with a lot of nice twists similar to those he was taking with other Motown groups at the time. (Original pressing. Cover has a cutout mark.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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