Format: CD |
Blues, Soul, Funk |
In stock |
First solo album by the former leader of the Impressions and one of the genre's top recordings. Originally released in 1970, this quintessential 'music with a message' provided the soundtrack for the ongoing civil rights struggle, while masterfully and elegantly bringing together the hottest soul and R&B sounds of the era. Included the very funky and socially conscious "Move On Up", "Miss Black America" and "We the People Who Are Darker than Blue".
(Don't Worry) If There's A Hell Below We're All Going To Go 7:47