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< Savage


1. Title Theme: 2. Lay It On Your Head 3. Where I'm Coming From 4. It's A Sad Song 5. My Favorite Beer Joint 6. Janitzio 7. Just Kiss Me


One of the greatest blaxploitation soundtracks of the 70s -- and one of the rarest too! The album's a crowning achievement for the mighty Don Julian -- an artist who's best known for his earlier LA soul with The Larks, but who steps out here with a hip, hard-grooving sound that's really amazing -- kind of a small combo take on the bigger orchestrations you might hear in other films of the time -- served up with lots of heavy drums and sharp-edged guitar in the mix! The rhythm section is especially great -- bad-walking along with a blend of bass, drums, and congas -- and other instrumentation includes flute, sax, and trombone -- plus guitars from both Arthur Wright and Julian. Titles include the massive 10 minute title cut "Savage" -- plus "Lay It On Your Head", "Where I'm Coming From", "My Favorite Beer Joint", "It's A Sad Song", and "Janitizio". As the cover says -- "On the Streets, Or On the Sheets, He's a Savage! (Dusty Groove)

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