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Willie Hutch - Season For Love
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Willie Hutch - Season For Love


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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. Often-overlooked, his second album Season For Love (1970) is a must for all deep soul fans and has been sought-after by collectors of different stripes for decades. Whereas his debut featured thundering, gritty numbers, Hutch treats us to a mellower soul here - sumptuous, warm and string-led. He compared his approach to that of Otis Redding and there are definite parallels; from the raspy, rough-hewn vocals that tend to roam between sweet and deeply impassioned to the horn-heavy, emphatic sonic backdrops.

Tracklist

  1. Season for Love
  2. The Twelfth of Never
  3. Trying to Understand a Woman
  4. When a Boy Falls in Love
  5. The Shortest Distance
  6. Hurt So Bad
  7. Walking on My Love
  8. Wichita Lineman
  9. Let's Try It Over Again 
  10. The Magic of Love

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