Category: Classic Rock

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  • Yogor
    "The Landlord" and "Soul Hoedown" are fun, funky tracks that foretell the blaxploitation sound and the early versions of Kooper's "Brand New Day" are worth hearing, but overall this is pretty blase soundtrack work, its instrumentals largely forgettable and pop songs just cast-offs from The Staple Singers and Lorraine sureafdiotansamecorfelandtapmena.coinfoally embarrassing is the "Love Theme," featuring the cringe.
  • Totaur
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for New York City (You're a Woman) - Al Kooper on AllMusic - - This is the fourth solo album from rock and roll.
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