OUTTA SIGHT presents a unique 20 track street opera, the perfect rare soul sampler of interest to all fans of quality soul music from the late sixties and seventies.
An atmospheric sound bite of a Summers day in the heart and heat of Harlem, New York City. Featuring a carefully sequenced selection of funky Soul beats and rare Soul ballads. Includes the uplifting opener “Beautiful Summer Day” by the Mother Freedom Band, the street soul party vibe of “We Got The Funk” by Positive Force, the brooding new-to-CD rarity “My Neighbourhood” by George Scott, the socially conscious “Message From A Black Man” by The Whatnauts and Willie & West’s powerful protest song “Attica Massacre”, plus the steamy title track “A Hot Day In Harlem” by the Rimshots.
An eclectic mix that captures the spirit of 24 hours in New York’s heart of Soul from the upbeat optimism of a new dawn through the slow, thought-provoking intensity of noon to the jazzy riffs of evening and the romance of the last dance.
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