Friday, December 30, 2011


01. Eddie Holman-It's Over [Nutmeg]
02. The Sweet Inspirations-You Roam When You Dont Get It At Home [One]
03. Lamont Dozier-Shine [Saturday Night]
04. Diana Ross-My Hero Is A Gun [Ghost Deini (Canadian version)]
05. Solomon Burke-Cool Breeze Theme [Apollo Kids]
06. Rufus Thomas & Carla Thomas-The Breakdown (Part 2) [The Grain]
07. Rufus Thomas-Do The Funky Penguin [The Grain]
08. Baby Heuy-Hard Times [Buck 50]
09. The Sylvers-Wish That I Could Talk To You [Mighty Healthy]
10. Melvin Bliss-Synthetic Substitution [Mighty Healthy]
11. James Brown-Funky President (People It's Bad) [Mighty Healthy]
12. Biz Markie-Nobody Beats The Biz [Mighty Healthy]
13. Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes-Hope That We Can Be Together Soon [Woodrow The Basehead Skit]
14. David Axelrod-Terris Tune [Stay True]
15. Syl Johnson-I Hate I Walked Again [We Made It]
16. Gap Mangione-Free Again [Iron’s Theme-Intermission And Conclusion]
17. Isaac Hayes-Going In Circles [Malcom]
18. Bob Azzam-Rain Rain Go Away [Who Would You Fuck]
19. George Jackson-Aretha, Sing One For Me [Childs Play]
20. Mountain-Long Red [Child's Play]
21. Dr. Buzzard-Cher Chez La Femme [Cherchez Laghost]
22. Brentford All-stars-Greedy G [Cherchez Laghost]
23. Gladys Knight & The Pips-Queen Of Tears [Wu-Banga 101]
24. The Dramatics-In The Rain [In The Rain (Aka Wise)]

NEW; it’s probably one of the best sample compilations to date as far as quality soul music. If you don’t believe me, check it out for yourself!

Released on January 25, 2000, Supreme Clientele is the second album from Wu-Tang member Ghostface Killah. Much like many of the later Wu-Tang albums, Supreme Clientele is not produced entirely by The RZA, who only did four tracks. Other lesser known producers contributed beats. However RZA did oversee the overall production and mixing of the songs and skits on the album, being listed as executive producer along with Ghostface. The album’s acclaim is notable considering that most of the Wu-Tang’s second solo releases were considered disappointments, while several critics consider Supreme Clientele to be superior to Ghostface’s debut Ironman.

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