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Very Best Of Willie Hutch

CD (Item 53107) Motown, 1970s — Condition: New Copy
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Sweet funky soul from the great Willie Hutch – best known to most as the composer of the fantastic soundtracks for Foxy Brown and The Mack, but a heck of a great soul artist in his own right, with a wealth of great albums from the 70s! Willie's got a sweet raspy vocal style that's really great, and on many tracks, he plays some dope guitar, in the manner of Little Beaver on his slicker albums. Titles on this set include "Brothers Gonna Work It Out", "Get Ready For The Get Down", "If You Ain't Got No Money", "Sunshine Lady", "Theme Of Foxy Brown", "Party Down", "I'll Be There", "Slick", and "Love Power". 14 tracks in all!  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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