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The Mack


Download links and information about The Mack by Willie Hutch. This album was released in 1973 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Theatre/Soundtrack, Funk genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 37:08 minutes.

Artist: Willie Hutch
Release date: 1973
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Theatre/Soundtrack, Funk
Tracks: 9
Duration: 37:08
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No. Title Length
1. Vampin' (Soundtrack/The Mack) 2:45
2. Theme of the Mack (Soundtrack/The Mack) 5:35
3. I Choose You (Soundtrack/The Mack) 3:41
4. Mack's Stroll/The Getaway (Chase Scene) [Soundtrack/The Mack] 3:08
5. Slick (Soundtrack/The Mack) 3:36
6. Mack Man (Got to Get Over) [Soundtrack/The Mack] 5:10
7. Mother's Theme (Mama) [Soundtrack/The Mack] 3:55
8. Now That It's All Over (Soundtrack/The Mack) 4:31
9. Brother's Gonna Work It Out (Soundtrack/The Mack) 4:47



Though it may have been eclipsed (saleswise) by Shaft and Superfly, Willie Hutch delivers his own masterpiece with this audio companion to the Blaxploitation classic starring Max Julien and Richard Pryor. Like both of those albums, The Mack plays out the film's storyline, taking you into the sultry but dangerous world of pimps, prostitutes, pushers, and police. Set to a dense backdrop loaded with dramatic drum breaks, swelling strings, and cinematic horns, Willie's lively guitar style and smooth vocals depict the sweat and the struggle of a young player trying to succeed with The Man breathing down his neck. An immensely talented songwriter and producer, (he worked with the Jackson 5 and Marvin Gaye, among others), Hutch's inherent knack for making funky hits shines all over the album, especially on the much-loved singles "Slick" and "Brother's Gonna Work It Out." He released many other good records in the years that followed, but this album is arguably his most important and its impact continues to live on, thanks to frequent sampling from rap artists including UGK, OutKast, Three 6 Mafia, and Cormega.