Soundtrack

Soundtrack


Numero Junior
~Brotherman
Vinyl

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Numero Junior
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Official Release Date Nov 25, 2008
Artist Brotherman
Genre Pop
Version  US
PAX-Code PAX0004931938
Item Code  0825764102216

track listing

1. Brotherman2. Never Coming Back Again3. I Don't Care4. Girl in My Life5. Gotta Get Through to You6. One Day7. I'm Ready for Love8. To See You Again9. We Can Work It Out10. Where There's a Will11. Theme from Brotherman (Extended Play)12. No Place to Run (Extended Play)

description

An incomplete soundtrack to an abandoned blaxploitation film has limited appeal beyond most avid funk and blaxploitation soundtrack collectors, but Brotherman offers as much substance as most of its actually-released categorical brethren while expectedly falling well short of Superfly, Shaft, and Hell Up in Harlem status. Written and performed by a Chicago band with the unfortunate (unintentionally so) name the Final Solution which included former members of the Kaldirons, one of the artists featured on the Twinight's Lunar Rotation compilation from Numero's Eccentric Soul series -- the set is modestly constructed, featuring none of the indulgences common in blaxploitation soundtracks. There are no orchestrations, horn sections, or sprawling arrangements, and only "Brotherman" itself contains obvious blaxploitation signifiers, opening with "Runnin' game was his thing," while "Where There's a Will" acts as the requisite self-motivation track. Most of the remainder deals in affairs of the heart. Everything is conveyed with sweet group harmonies and gently churning arrangements where a pleasantly flicking rhythm guitar is a near constant

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SN: 224 | 1007 { 58 } | | WS: 1 | | Cat: 2093