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Black Girl Ed Bogas Fantasy 9420, 1972
Black Girl album cover

Once again Fantasy called on their regular artists Ed Bogas and Ray Shanklin to put together a soundtrack to a movie that received good reviews from the white critics of the time. The music has a happy feel, an exuberance which is obviously present in the film. It's mainly instrumental and of a high standard, featuring big name jazz players of the 70's. Look out particularly for "B.J's Step".

Overall Rating: 4
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Track listing:

Black Girl (sung by Betty Everett) | B.J.'s Step | Get Me To The Bridge (sung by Rodger Collins) | Mother's Day Song | Power (trumpet solo: John Hunt) | Mother's Day Song II | Black Girl Cue (saxophone by Sonny Stitt) | No World For Dreamers | I Am Your Mailman (sung by Rodger Collins) | What It Is | Earl (Still A Pearl) | Chock-lite Puddin (organ solo by Merl Saunders) | Black Girl Cue II | Chock-lite Puddin' Cue | Sister |

 

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