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|1.||"Tell Me What To Do" (5:17)|
|2.||"Los Conquistadores Chocolates" (6:06)|
|3.||"Lost On 23rd Street" (5:50)|
|2.||"Shifting Gears" (5:08)|
|3.||"Can't We Smile?" (4:32)|
|1.||"A Child's Love" (fast) (4:33)|
|2.||"A Child's Love" (slow) (5:28)|
|3.||"Song For The Family" (6:03)|
|1.||"Detroit Rainbow" (3:57)|
|2.||"Funky Native" (4:08)|
|3.||"Can't We Smile?" (alt) (5:37)|
Classic jazz funk album from the legendary Johnny 'Hammond' Smith with a special version with six previously unissued bonus out-takes. Released in 1975 and his 32nd long player, it heralded a fresh chapter in his career that saw him exploring more electronic instrumentation and deeper shades of funk in a similar way to Roy Ayers or Bob James. The result was a timeless document that carries motifs of many of today's artists; the harmonies of "Can't We Smile?", for instance, smack of Plantlife while the punctuated piano work and mirrored squiggling synths on "Song For The Family" echoes with Flying Lotus-style whim. Also a key source of breaks for many junglists, Gears is a historic document that's not only played a strong role in electronic music but still sounds incredible today.
Andrew Pirie (Melting Pot), Mukatsuku Records Chart, 7 Samurai Aka Tom Wieland Presents, Craig Charles Funk And Soul, Javi Bayo, Lay-Far, ISOUL8 (Volcov), Bosq, Juno Recommends Jazz, The Jazz Meet, BGP Records, Soul Music, Miruga
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