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This goes great with THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE AMERICA TODAY. Look at that album cover! -Ian!

Curtis Mayfield hit a stride during the ’70s that was unparalleled among R&B/soul performers from an album standpoint. He was writing, producing, arranging, and performing on great album after great album, then distributing them on his own label as well. This one included the big hit “Kung Fu,” plus the title song, and once more perfectly blended rigorous message tracks and steamy love songs. Sadly, it hasn’t been reissued on CD and isn’t on the list to be at this time.

-Ron Wynn,

Curtis Mayfield-SWEET EXORCIST (1974)


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