The Man!

Leroy Hutson ‎SKU: AJXLP421

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$35

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A killer early album by the great Leroy Hutson! Hutson had originally been a later member of The Impressions - replacing Curtis Mayfield briefly after he'd gone solo - but he also had spent a fair bit of time noodling around the Chicago soul studio scene of the late 60s and early 70s. This album is kind of a "bustin' out of the studio" album in it's presentation of Hutson's material. The record features a number of great sweet soul cuts - like "Ella Weez" and "Can't Say Enough About Mom" - mixed with nice funky tracks, like "The Ghetto '74", which is a remake of "The Ghetto", a tune that Hutson wrote with Donny Hathaway. The record's a prime example of the genius of Chicago soul in the 70s - with great arrangements that have a lot of space for Leroy's singing, yet still come down hard and nasty in parts, like some of the funkier stuff on Curtom.

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