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Dead Presidents
     

Dead Presidents

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The soundtrack to the Hughes Brothers' tribute to early-'70s blaxploitation gets the sound of the era right, featuring hits by the O'Jays, the Spinners, Isaac Hayes, Al Green, and

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The soundtrack to the Hughes Brothers' tribute to early-'70s blaxploitation gets the sound of the era right, featuring hits by the O'Jays, the Spinners, Isaac Hayes, Al Green, and Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes, among others. The inclusion of Danny Elfman's instrumental theme interrupts the flow of the album, but for the most part, Dead Presidents is a first-rate collection of prime soul.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/26/1995
Label:
Capitol
UPC:
0724383243822
catalogNumber:
32438
Rank:
37272

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

James Brown   Track Performer
Dramatics   Track Performer
Danny Elfman   Conductor
Aretha Franklin   Track Performer
Green   Track Performer
Curtis Mayfield   Track Performer
Sly & The Family Stone   Track Performer
Spinners   Track Performer
Barry White   Track Performer
O'Jays   Track Performer
Isaac Hayes   Track Performer
Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes   Track Performer
Jesse & Trina   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Maxx Frank   Producer
Steve Grisette   Producer
Jeffery Fey   Art Direction
Bonnie Greenberg   Executive Producer
Albert Hughes   Executive Producer
Allen Hughes   Executive Producer

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Dead Presidents 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love this soundtrack, its so soulful!!!! Great Songs especially "Where is the love" I love this song!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Dead Presidents soundtracks are the soul collection starter set. These albums introduced me to a more intelligent side of Curtis Mayfield. (Freddies Dead is good but hardly his best) Isaac Hayes proves why he is the man children should go to for woman trouble. James Brown, Al Green, and Stevie all have great tracks on these albums. If you haven't gotten in to this kind of music yet. This record will do it. If you are into it all the best songs are here. I recommend it highly.