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|1.||"Freedom" (feat Jack Tyson-Charles)|
|2.||"One For The Trouble"|
|3.||"Recipe For Love" (feat Jack Tyson-Charles)|
|5.||"Brown Sugar" (feat Herbal T)|
|6.||"The Gypsy" (feat Jack Tyson-Charles)|
|2.||"Missing Me" (feat Jack Tyson-Charles)|
|3.||"No Guts No Glory"|
|4.||"Making It Right" (feat Juliette Ashby)|
|5.||"On The Road" (feat Jack Tyson-Charles)|
|6.||"Here We Go Again" (feat EOM, Wax & Herbal T)|
By now, we should all know what to expect from Lack of Afro, AKA veteran funk, soul and hip-hop producer Adam Gibbons. This fourth studio album for regular home Freestyle Records is being pitched as his most eclectic yet. Certainly, there's plenty of variety in the textures, styles and tempos, from the disco-funk stomp of Herbal T hook-up "Brown Sugar" and sweet Northern Soul blast of "The Contender" (all fuzzy guitars and pleasing horns), to the soft soul shuffle of "Making It Right" and Breakestra-ish hip-hop funk of "Here We Go Again". Despite the variety, Gibbons is still at his best when really cutting loose, as the superb opener "Freedom" adeptly demonstrates.
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