Genre: Soundtrack
Label: Motown
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,


Willie Hutch Foxy Brown Soundtrack LP

Willie Hutch

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1974 Soundtrack On Vinyl LP!

Willie Hutch created a fiery soundtrack for the 1974 blaxploitation film written and directed by Jack Hill starring Pam Grier.

"...Hutch is full of fire on "The Theme of Foxy Brown," his distinctive tenor wringing the most from each note. "Give Me Some of That Good Old Love" had a foot-tapping groove, tough backing vocals from Maxine Willard, Julia Tillman, and Carol Willis, and all the elements of a hit record. Unfortunately, Motown only released "Foxy Brown" as a single, and nothing else. The vamping "Out There" and "Foxy Lady" are nasty and contagious. "You Sure Know How to Love Your Man" copies a bit of "Love Machine"'s bassline; it's Willie and the girls' most spirited performance, with Hutch showing that Wilson Pickett isn't the only person who can intersperse soulful screams between lyrics. The melodic "Ain't That (Mellow Mellow)" sounds like another single, but Motown wasn't hearing it..." -, Andrew Hamilton

• Vinyl LP

William Green, baritone sax
Carl Suttles, sax
Daniel Ackerman, trumpet
George Bohanon, trombone
Ernie Watts, flute
Bob Kee, tenor sax
Oscar Brashear, Plaz Johnson, Fred Jackson, Jr., A.P. Birsbois and Lew McCreary, other horns
Abe Mills and Gene Pello, drums
Halbert Taylor, Arthur Wright and Tim Lawson, guitar
Darryl Jackson, percussion
Gary Coleman, vibes, tambourine
Lawrence Dickens, bass
Nate Morgan, Jr., keyboard
Maxine Willard, backing vocals
Julia Tillman, backing vocals
Carl Willis, backing vocals

Side One:

1. Chase
2. Theme Of Foxy Brown
3. Overture Of Foxy Brown
4. Hospital Prelude Of Love Theme
5. Give Me Some Of That Good Old Love
6. Out There
Side Two:
1. Foxy Lady
2. You Sure Know How To Love Your Man
3. Have You Ever Asked Yourself Why (All About Money Game)
4. Ain't That (Mellow, Mellow)
5. Whatever You Do (Do It Good)

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