Genre: R&B
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"


The Isley Brothers Givin' It Back 180g Import LP

Isley Brothers

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180g Audiophile Vinyl!

Givin' It Back is the ninth album released by The Isley Brothers on their T-Neck imprint in 1971. After years of having white Rock acts covering their most famed material, particularly, "Shout" and "Twist And Shout", the Isleys decided to do the same to music made famous by white artists such as Stephen Stills, Eric Burdon and Neil Young.

Among the songs they covered were "Spill The Wine," "Love The One You're With," the social commentary medley of "Ohio" and "Machine Gun" (from Jimi Hendrix), "Fire And Rain" by James Taylor and Bob Dylan's "Lay Lady Lay." The Isleys' perseverance paid off when their covers of "Love The One You're With," "Lay Lady Lay," and "Spill The Wine" became charted hits. Bill Withers plays guitar on the Isleys' version of his "Cold Bologna."

"... the group is so successful at remaking all of the songs here their own in style and approach and sending careful their selection as well as their content, that it really represents a lot of what the Isley Brothers and soul music were about in 1971, and it's still great listening." -Bruce Eder,

• 180g Audiophile Vinyl
• Gatefold Jacket

1. Ohio
2. Machine Gun
3. Fire and Rain
4. Lay Lady Lay
5. Spille the Wine
6. Nothing to Do But Today
7. Cold Bologna
8. The One You're With

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