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Harrad Summer Pat Williams Capitol ST-11338, 1974
Harrad Summer album cover

Jazz composer and arranger Pat Williams (of 'Streets Of San Francisco' theme fame) composed the soundtrack to the second of the Harrad movies in 1974. Vocals are by Gene Redding. The music is smooth jazz in places, country influenced in others, with a jazz-funk feel at times. The band is tight and jazzy with a clean, sparse sound. Typically 70s for the most part, look out for the uptempo Rhodes 12-bar groover 'Welcome Home Harry' and the slowburn jazz-funk of 'Tonight We Swing'.

Overall Rating: 3

Track listing:

Living At Peace With Myself (Main Title - Gene Redding) | Tonight We Swing | Double Wedding | Welcome Home Harry | The Eyes Have It | Let The Love Begin (Gene Redding) | A Precious Love | Let The Love Begin (Instr.) | Continental Breakfast | Poopsie | I Think I Love You | Living At Peace With Myself / Let The Love Begin (End Title) |

 

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