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Saturday, June 14, 2008

J. Steiger & Jimmy Lewis - Solomon King (1974)

1. Theme From Solomon King
2. Ain't That Nothing
3. Changes
4. Teach Me
5. The Lover Affair Is Over
6. Sad Feeling
One of the most obscure blaxploitation soundtrack albums, Solomon King was the product of Sal Watts, who wrote, directed and starred in the movie. The album was produced for the film's premiere and was released on Sal's own record label. The entire first side is taken up by the 15-minute Solomon King Theme, a great funk track featuring good phased wah guitar, bizarre synth drums, a Shaft-style riff and some groovy breaks. The second side of the album contains several very dodgy soul cuts; stick to the first side.

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Uploaded by filmpac @ Franklynot.


Simon666 said...

Thanks to Filmpac for this great rare stuff :)

Anonymous said...

thanks for rare record!!!!

Erik said...

This is so rare it's off the planet surface! Thanx Filmpac, who did You rob for this great piece of music? It was my main soundtrack for my holiday in Croatia. I hope You won't mind if I share this with the good folks over att Cinemageddon hoping that someone might be prompted to share the movie too?

Gianni aka Cesare Barbetta said...

another rare record. THANKS!!!

Solomon said...

Thank you.

AndyH said...

Hello all! Can someone tell me where the link is? Thanks!

Mike White said...

Also looking for the link.