The Very Best of Willie Hutch
Download links and information about The Very Best of Willie Hutch by Willie Hutch. This album was released in 1998 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 01:00:15 minutes.
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Theatre/Soundtrack|
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|3.||The Way We Were||4:37|
|4.||I'll Be There||5:04|
|5.||I Choose You||3:40|
|7.||What You Gonna Do After the Party||4:22|
|8.||Get Ready For the Get Down||3:52|
|10.||Theme of Foxy Brown / Overture of Foxy Brown||3:21|
|12.||If You Ain't Got No Money (You Can't Get No Honey)||3:13|
|13.||Brother's Gonna Work It Out||4:46|
|14.||In and Out||7:18|
One of the unsung heroes of 1970s soul, Willie Hutch was never the big name he deserved to be. The smooth singer/composer had a few major and moderate hits, but commercially, he didn't make it to the level of Marvin Gaye, Ronald Isley, and Curtis Mayfield (all of whom he inspires comparisons to). Released in late 1998, The Very Best of Willie Hutch spans 1972-1982 and reminds us how engaging a singer he was in his heyday. Hutch could get funky when he wanted to, and he does so with splendid results on "Get Ready for the Get Down" (a number 24 R&B hit), "Brothers Gonna Work It Out," and the theme from the 1973 blaxploitation film Foxy Brown. But for the most part, Hutch made his mark as a romantic crooner. It is Hutch's smooth, romantic side that prevails on "Sunshine Lady," "I Choose You," "What You Gonna Do After the Party," and his inspired makeover of Barbra Streisand's "The Way We Were." Appropriately, the CD opens with Hutch's biggest hit: the perky, feel-good anthem "Love Power," which went to number nine on the R&B singles charts. Full of gems that were recorded during Hutch's peak years, this CD is essential listening for lovers of 1970s soul.