“Slaughter’s Big Rip-Off” by James Brown - album review

TJR says

James Brown’s second Blaxploitation film soundtrack - and both in 1973. His was a busy crew. Bandleader Fred Wesley creates some neatly orchestrated works here, fusing the funk with a pucker big band vibe. It’s a classy set, not exactly vital, but worth checking out all the same. As with the preceding “Black Caesar”, I want to see the film now!

The Jukebox Rebel
20-Apr-2012


A1 [03:57] 6.9.png James Brown - Slaughter Theme (James Brown, Charles Bobbit, Fred Wesley) Disco / Funk
A2 [02:23] 5.7.png James Brown - Tryin’ To Get Over (James Brown, Charles Bobbit, Fred Wesley) Film Score / Incidental
A3 [01:59] 4.2.png James Brown - Transmograpfication (James Brown, Dave Matthews) Jazz
A4 [02:42] 5.9.png James Brown - Happy For The Poor (James Brown, Charles Bobbit, Fred Wesley) Disco / Funk
A5 [03:03] 6.6.png James Brown - Brother Rap (James Brown) Disco / Funk
A6 [03:15] 5.3.png James Brown - Big Strong (James Brown, Charles Bobbit, Fred Wesley) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
A7 [01:48] 4.6.png James Brown - Really, Really, Really (James Brown, Charles Bobbit, Fred Wesley) Latin
B1 [03:07] 6.5.png James Brown - Sexy, Sexy, Sexy (James Brown) Soul
B2 [02:09] 5.3.png James Brown - To My Brother (James Brown, Fred Wesley) Disco / Funk
B3 [05:28] 5.4.png Lyn Collins - How Long Can I Keep It Up (James Brown, Charles Bobbit, Fred Wesley) Soul
B4 [03:40] 6.5.png James Brown - People Get Up And Drive Your Funky Soul (James Brown, Fred Wesley, St. Clair Pickney) Disco / Funk
B5 [02:42] 5.2.png James Brown - King Slaughter (James Brown, Charles Bobbit, Fred Wesley) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
B6 [02:43] 4.9.png James Brown - Straight Ahead (James Brown, Charles Bobbit, Fred Wesley) Film Score / Incidental




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