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How Can I Love (Now That You're Gone)/Stand Tall

7-inch (Item 480005) Truth & Soul, 2009 — Condition: New Copy
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A sparkling debut – and a whole new side of Truth & Soul! The Olympians feature Toby Panzer on keyboards and vibes – and work here with a laidback groove that's totally great – kind of a combination of slow funk and instrumental sweet soul, with mellow beats, El Michels horns, and a really warm sound on the piano! "Stand Tall" is mellow too, but with more of a super-dope feel – quietly tripping grooves with snapping drums, snakey guitar, and more of those great horns over the top!  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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