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Sovereign1groove | Manny's on the Down Low (Up in Harlem)

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Manny's on the Down Low (Up in Harlem)

by Sovereign1groove

"Cool Music From the Era of 70's Black Exploitation Films" revisited... bringing the sounds that defined a coming of age period for the explosive genre of contemporary black music.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Blaxploitation
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Manny's on the Down Low (Up in Harlem)
4:06 $0.52
2. Mr. Man's Rap
3:38 $0.52
3. Africa Funk Experience, Pt. 1
1:59 $0.52
4. Man (Get the Loot and Scoot)
3:58 $0.52
5. Mr. Man's Rap (The 125th Street Remix)
3:55 $0.52
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Album Notes
Being a child of 60's Pop... raised on down home Soul and the Sounds of Motown; then coming of age in the early to mid 70's, during the profound period of Black Exploitation films..it's no wonder that Sovereign1Groove would be so heavily influence by the musical genre of that era.

Taking in account, the myriad of independent black films that hit the big screen during the 70's; which almost all featured great musical film scores by such composers as: Isaac Hayes, Willie Hutch, Curtis Mayfield, Quincy Jones ...just to name a few.

The by gone sound tracks produced by these creative musical geniuses, captured a moment in time, that resonated with "people of color" and worked in tandem with the urban film narratives, cementing images in our minds and influencing how we dressed, spoke and even danced.

Sovereign1Groove now pays homage to that period of time...with his 3rd EP release: "Manny's On the Down low (Up In Harlem)"..featuring songs that will take you back...when there was "hard times, cash was low...but the music was "solid" and the groove was "in the pocket" sounding good and right on!



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