Legendary soul from The Chosen Few – a group who were as much a 70s soul outfit as they were a reggae group! This album's the group's greatest – recorded in
Miami with classic TK funky production from King Sporty, who also seems to be backing them up on most of the set. There's certainly a reggae feel to the album at times, but the group's harmonies are much more in
an American soul vein – and Sporty's super-dope backings use plenty of wah-wah guitar, electric keys, and that burning, bubbling Miami soul groove that made so many of the TK albums from the time so great! Titles include the stone funky classic "Funky Buttercup", plus "Wandering", "Candy I'm So Doggone Mixed Up", "Why Can't We Live", "Drift Away", "I Am A Man", and "Hit Me With Music". Plus, the CD features an extra 13 bonus tracks that are worth the price of admission alone – all tight groovers from King Sporty and Miami associates, done in
a really wicked style that's even better than the original album! Titles include "Black Foxy Woman", "Self Destruct", "Dancing Mood", "Music Maker", "Sun Will Shine", "All Things Change", and "I'm Going Down For The Last Time".
(Out of print.)