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Al Hudson & The Partners - Spreading Love (1978)

20-06-2014, 11:12
Soul | Funk | R&B | Disco | FLAC / APE

Al Hudson & The Partners - Spreading Love (1978)

Artist: Al Hudson & The Partners
Title Of Album: Spreading Love
Year Of Release: 1978
Label: ABC Records / AA1081
Genre: Soul, Disco, Funk
Total Time: 42:18 min
Format: Mp3 / FLAC (tracks, vinyl)
Quality: CBR 320 kbps / Lossless
Total Size: 104 mb / 217 mb (Covers)

Al Hudson & The Partners - Spreading Love (1978)

Review by Andrew Hamilton
At least two minutes pass before you hear vocals on "Spread Love"; there's a long, unnecessary intro created for the disco era. Al Hudson leads a masterful rendition of the O'Jays' "You and I," sounding as dramatic but not nearly as powerful as Eddie Levert. "Small Talk" is a good indication of what was coming in the future when the group evolved into the funky disco sounds of One Way; though not riveting, its disco ambience, percolating bass, chanting lyrics, and hand-clapping keeps you interested. Kevin McCord (who also plays bass) give you chills when he sings "Lost Inside of You" in one of the coolest falsettos ever recorded. A live studio feel flavors "How Do You Do," which sounds like the stuff Kool & the Gang recorded before James (J.T.) Taylor joined. A solid outing from the self-contained Detroit natives.


1] Spread Love
2] Small Talk
3] You And Me
4] How Do You Do
5] Lost Inside Of You
6] Love Me Forever
7] Dance, Get Down (Feel The Groove)



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