Black Girl (Original Soundtrack Recording)




COLOUR: Black   EXTRAS: RSD '24, limited to 1500

One of the rarest and most obscure of the soundtracks for black movies from the 70s, "Black Girl" is also a very interesting proposition musically, with its producers Ed Bogas and Ray Shanklin writing the music and then drafting in various artists who were signed to Fantasy.

The main theme has the brilliant Betty Everett singing her heart out, there are rare contributions from Rodger Collins and Walter Hawkins, while J.J. Malone's To World For Dreamers' is a great two step soul number. The remainder of the album is made up of instrumentals including Choc Lite Puddin'' with some great Merl Saunders organ playing and the funky DJ's Step'."

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