“The Brand New Z.Z. Hill” by Z.Z. Hill - album review

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TJR says

Arriving in October, 1971, “The Brand New Z.Z. Hill” was the second full-length from the 36-year-old soul man, now recording for Swamp Dogg's Mankind label. It's a bit of a concept affair, the man torn between lovers. It's strong in places, the southern soul ballads “Second Chance” and “Faithful And True” being the best of the bunch.

The Jukebox Rebel
31-Jan-2010


A1 [04:52] 6.4.png Z.Z. Hill - It Ain’t No Use (Act 1, Scene I) (Jerry Williams Jr., Gary Bonds, Don Hollinger) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A2 [04:29] 6.4.png Z.Z. Hill - Ha Ha (Laughing Song) (Act 1, Scene II) (Jerry Williams Jr., Gary Bonds) Soul
A3 [04:52] 6.5.png Z.Z. Hill - Second Chance (Act 2, Scene I) (Jerry Williams Jr., Gary Bonds, Don Hollinger) Soul Ballad
A4 [04:02] 5.0.png Z.Z. Hill - Our Love Is Getting Better (Act 2, Scene II) (Jerry Williams Jr., Gary Bonds, Charles Whitehead) Soul
A5 [03:16] 7.3.png Z.Z. Hill - Faithful And True (Act 3, Finale) (Marlin Greene, Jeanie Greene, Dan Penn, Quin Ivy) Soul Ballad
B1 [03:08] 6.5.png Z.Z. Hill - Choking Kind (Harlan Howard) Soul
B2 [03:05] 5.6.png Z.Z. Hill - Hold Back (One Man At A Time) (D. Monda, R. Burns) Soul Ballad
B3 [03:15] 6.1.png Z.Z. Hill - Man Needs A Woman, A (Woman Need A Man) (Jerry Williams Jr., Gary Bonds) Soul Ballad
B4 [02:52] 4.8.png Z.Z. Hill - Early In The Morning (Bobby Darin, Woody Harris) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B5 [02:14] 4.8.png Z.Z. Hill - I Think I’d Do It (Sam Dees) Soul




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