Come And Get Yourself Some

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All Music Guide - Alex Henderson
Released in 1975, Come and Get Yourself Some boasts one of Leon Haywood's biggest hits: the sexy, alluring "I Want'a Do Something Freaky to You," which L.A. gangsta rappers Dr. Dre and Snoop Doggy Dogg sampled on their 1993 smash "Nuthin' but a G Thang." A teen-age hip-hopper of 1993 might not have known the name Leon Haywood -- who is someone the hip-hopper's Baby Boomer parents were more likely to be familiar with -- but he/she no doubt knew Haywood's unforgettable melody from the Dre/Snoop single. Back in 1975, "Freaky" made Come and Get Yourself Some one of Haywood's best selling albums. "Freaky" and the title track were the album's biggest hits, although the rest of...
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All Music Guide - Alex Henderson
Released in 1975, Come and Get Yourself Some boasts one of Leon Haywood's biggest hits: the sexy, alluring "I Want'a Do Something Freaky to You," which L.A. gangsta rappers Dr. Dre and Snoop Doggy Dogg sampled on their 1993 smash "Nuthin' but a G Thang." A teen-age hip-hopper of 1993 might not have known the name Leon Haywood -- who is someone the hip-hopper's Baby Boomer parents were more likely to be familiar with -- but he/she no doubt knew Haywood's unforgettable melody from the Dre/Snoop single. Back in 1975, "Freaky" made Come and Get Yourself Some one of Haywood's best selling albums. "Freaky" and the title track were the album's biggest hits, although the rest of the material is also well worth hearing. Smooth, laid-back northern soul items like "Consider the Source" and "This Feeling's Rated Extra" appealed to Haywood's diehard fans, many of whom he had won over with his 1967 hit "It's Got to Be Mellow." But a tougher, less sleek approach prevails on "Who You Been Giving It up To," which recalls the Isley Brothers' "It's Your Thing."
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  • Release Date: 3/22/2011
  • Label: Get On Down
  • UPC: 664425404029
  • Catalog Number: 54040

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Leon Haywood Primary Artist, Organ, Electric Piano
Joe Sample Piano
Roland Bautista Guitar
David T. Walker Guitar
Vince Charles Steel Drums
Joe Clayton Conga
Tony Drake Guitar
Wilton Felder Bass
Larry Nash Piano
Ray Parker Jr. Guitar
Dean Parks Guitar
Melvin "Wah Wah" Ragin Guitar
Eddie Greene Drums
Bobye Hall Conga
Technical Credits
Frederick Knight Composer
Leon Haywood Composer, Producer, Horn Arrangements, rhythm arrangement
Gene Page Horn Arrangements, String Arrangements, rhythm arrangement
Charles Richard Cason Composer
James Mitchell Horn Arrangements
Stan Ross Engineer
John Mills Engineer
Trevor Gendron Layout
Luca Iannino Layout
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