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Soul Sisters - The Sights & Sounds of the African-American Underground



Mushroom Soul Sisters
best of 2006Various (alias Mushroom) - Black Beauty Presents... Soul Sisters - The Sights & Sounds of the African-American Underground
(CD) Black Beauty BB72007, 2005-06-21

Tracklisting CD :
01. Some Jive Ass Wasting My Time (7:50)
02. Theme Song from "The Turtle" (9:05)
03. Oh My, No White Boy Ever Done Me Like That Before (15:42)
04. Theme from "Chocolate Cherry" (9:19)
05. Music from "Copper Cuties" (4:51)
06. Samantha's Song (3:07)
07. Jam Back at the Ho' House (3:03)

Press Release :
"Not just another blaxploitation soundtrack compilation, this is a collection of music taken from 1970s X-rated African-American films and made available for the first time anywhere. These X-rated films feature less 'by the numbers' funk and more improvised grooves and 'avant garde' textures than the typical blaxploitation soundtracks. Using mainly jazz musicians from Oakland, CA (where many of these films were made), these recently uncovered master tapes (and the 16 pages of color photos) are sure to delight your eyes and ears."
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