Willie Hutch - Soul Portrait
A1Ain't Gonna Stop
A2You Can't Miss Something That You Never Had
A3A Love That's Worth Having
A4Good To The Last Drop
A5That's What I Call Lovin You
A6You Gotta Try
B1Let Me Give You The Love You Need
B2Lucky To Be Loved By You
B3Keep On Doin What You Do
B4Your Love Keeps Liftin Me Higher
B5Do What You Wanna Do

Soul Portrait

Be With | Item No: 836466
Vinyl LP | 1969 / UK – Reissue | New
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A monumental force firmly rooted in the soul canon, Willie Hutch is most notable for recording two of the best Blaxploitation soundtracks, The Mack and Foxy Brown. Yet his legacy is much greater. Outside of Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder and Smokey Robinson, Hutch was arguably Motown's top male solo artist of the 70s. Prior to his association with Gordy et al, Hutch crafted his opening statements for RCA, two vital LPs that Be With Records is honoured to present today. His debut, Soul Portrait (1969), is an incredible slice of gritty, Southern-fried soul. Think Stax with a touch of Detroit sparkle. As a whole, the album demonstrates the self-contained act Hutch was; he wrote every tune on the album while also arranging and conducting for it. It features 11 timeless grooves, with a blend of beat ballads and undeniable dancers.
Item Details
Item No:836466
Artist:Willie Hutch
Titel:Soul Portrait
Label:Be With
Format:Vinyl LP, Vinyl, LP
Pressing:UK – Reissue
Release Date:1969
Genre:Organic Grooves
Style:Funk | Soul
Available since:17.01.2022
Price:24,99 €
Weight:250g (plus 250g Packaging)
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