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Let My People Go

by Darondo

Let My People Go by Darondo

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Let My People Go

by Darondo

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Label: Luv N'Haight
They just don't make soul music like this anymore. It's a fact -- although this classic platter from San Francisco mack daddy Darondo was released in '06, the tracks were originally recorded in the 1970s, when Daron "Get That Dough" Pulliam was knee-deep in the Bay Area music scene. Imagine Al Green's devotional warble shimmying alongside Sly Stone-ish minimalism and JBs-style, on-the-one funk and you're getting close. Playful, serious, and greasy with groove, this lost gem was unearthed by the ever-diligent Ubiquity Records. Props.

About This Album

They just don't make soul music like this anymore. It's a fact -- although this classic platter from San Francisco mack daddy Darondo was released in '06, the tracks were originally recorded in the 1970s, when Daron "Get That Dough" Pulliam was knee-deep in the Bay Area music scene. Imagine Al Green's devotional warble shimmying alongside Sly Stone-ish minimalism and JBs-style, on-the-one funk and you're getting close. Playful, serious, and greasy with groove, this lost gem was unearthed by the ever-diligent Ubiquity Records. Props.

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About This Album

They just don't make soul music like this anymore. It's a fact -- although this classic platter from San Francisco mack daddy Darondo was released in '06, the tracks were originally recorded in the 1970s, when Daron "Get That Dough" Pulliam was knee-deep in the Bay Area music scene. Imagine Al Green's devotional warble shimmying alongside Sly Stone-ish minimalism and JBs-style, on-the-one funk and you're getting close. Playful, serious, and greasy with groove, this lost gem was unearthed by the ever-diligent Ubiquity Records. Props.