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Emma Mae Keisa Brown Marsel MSL 502, 1976
Emma Mae album cover

HB Barnum and Keisa Brown put together a few 45-only black cinema themes. This hard-to-find 45 was issued on the obscure LA 'Marsel' label. The theme is a really beautiful, downtempo soul-funk cut which is superbly produced and well recorded. It sticks in the mind and is a great chillout number, or ideal for the end of the night. The flip side is a lovely soul ballad. Very much a mood 45, don't buy this expecting a funk bomb. Barnum's pedigree shines through on this one. Highly recommended for mellow moods. Great downtempo opening break too.

Overall Rating: 4

Track listing:

Theme from Emma Mae (Long to be back home) | I'm in love with you |


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