Willie Hutch - Keep On Jammin' FLAC album
Genre: Electronic / Soul and Funk music
Title: Keep On Jammin'
Style: Funk, Disco
FLAC version ZIP size: 1340 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1810 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1954 mb
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William McKinley Hutchison (December 6, 1944 – September 19, 2005), better known as Willie Hutch, was an American singer, songwriter as well as a record producer and recording artist for the Motown record label during the 1970s and 1980s. Born in 1944 in Los Angeles, Hutch was raised in Dallas, Texas. He joined the high school choral group, The Ambassadors, as a teenager.
Producer – Willie Hutch. A From The Album "Making A Game Out Of Life" B2 From The Motion Picture Soundtrack "The Last Dragon". Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
Making a Game out of Love. Havin' a House Party/Making a Game out of Love. Soul Music, Soul Music Records.
Willie Hutch – Having A House Party/Making A Game Out Of Love. Released 18th August 2017. Though not a concept album as such the party theme runs through the album, which reaches it’s apex on the smooth as silk single We’re Gonna Party Tonight replete with high quality horn section, a real mover. The singles and LP reached the R & B charts but sadly didn’t make waves elsewhere. Apart from that there’s plenty of danceable efforts that would go down ok at a club but not really have you whistling the tune afterwards.
Sunshine Lady Willie Hutch. Shake It, Shake It Willie Hutch. Walking On My Love Nadia Willie Hutch. Super Lover Willie Hutch. Inside You Willie Hutch. Get Ready For The Get Down Willie Hutch. Theme Of Foxy Brown Willie Hutch. I Wanted To Be A Rock & Roll Star) Woman I Still Got Loving You On My Mind Willie Hutch. Whatever You Do Willie Hutch. Keep On Jammin' Willie Hutch. Shake Rattle & Roll Willie Hutch.
1985: "Keep on Jammin'" (UK a b c d Cartwright, Garth (October 4, 2005). London, UK. Retrieved March 25, 2009. Willie Hutch Biography". Retrieved March 28, 2018. a b "Willie Hutch: His Career in Pictures". Retrieved August 8, 2009. a b Roberts, David (2006). Fully Exposed was the third studio album by soul musician, songwriter, and record producer Willie Hutch. It was released in 1973 on Motown Records, the same year as Hutch's soundtrack to The Mack. Got to Be There (song).
9. Inside You - Willie Hutch with the Temptations. 10. In & Out (Us Motown Non-Album Single). 11. The Girl (CanâT Help It) (Us Motown Non-Album ÂBÂ Side). 12. The Glow (Special Us 12" Version). 13. Keep on Jammin' (Extended Version). 14. In and Out (Us 12Â Version). Audio CD (January 1, 2018). Number of Discs: 1. Format: Import. Label: SOULMUSIC RECORDS.
Background information. Hutch later co-wrote songs that were recorded by the Jackson 5 and their front man Michael Jackson, Smokey Robinson, the newly rechristened Miracles, and Marvin Gaye. In 1973, Hutch started recording albums for Motown, releasing the Fully Exposed album that year. That same year, Hutch recorded and produced the soundtrack to the Blaxploitation film, The Mack. Hutch had several R&B hits during this period, including "Brother's Gonna Work It Out" and "Slick". He also recorded the soundtrack for the 1974 film Foxy Brown.
|Keep On Jammin'|
|In And Out||7:17|
|The Glow (Special 12" Version)||6:04|
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|ZT 40174||Willie Hutch||Keep On Jammin' (12", W/Lbl)||Motown||ZT 40174||UK||1985|
|ZB 40173||Willie Hutch||Keep On Jammin' (7")||Motown||ZB 40173||UK||1985|