Lead Me On - Bobby Hutton - Piece Of The Action (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  5. Bobby Hutton: Piece Of The Action (LP, Vinyl record album) - An obscure little bit of LA soul, with production by Dee Erwin, and some nice slightly funky tracks -- Brand: ABC (Label).
  6. Lots of jazz funk in the action cues. Or is that funk jazz? And best of all, the beautiful and moving end-credits piece. The only extra is an alternate of this track, which is subtly different. Interesting to hear, but they chose the right one for the film. It's not Lalo, but it's prime '70's action movie music/5(12).
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  9. Purchased the vinyl back in when the album first came out on Warner Bros label (g pressing), which is still in excellent, playable condition. Warner Bros were famous in 70s for producing high quality vinyl pressings. The CD was purchased to keep me going while my record deck was recently out of action/5().

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