Soul Food

Soul Food

by Goodie Mob

CD

$7.99
View All Available Formats & Editions
Want it by Wednesday, November 21 Order now and choose Expedited Shipping during checkout.

Product Details

Release Date: 11/07/1995
Label: Arista
UPC: 0730082601825
catalogNumber: 26018
Rank: 21068

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Goodie Mob   Primary Artist,Background Vocals
Family Tree   Background Vocals
Dean Gant   Keyboards
Gant   Keyboards
Carlos Glover   Keyboards
Joi   Background Vocals
Tommy Martin   Guitar
Organized Noize   Drums
Colin Wolfe   Guitar
Dré   Vocals
C-Lo   Vocals
Martin Terry   Acoustic Guitar
4.0   Background Vocals
Rick Wade   Vocals
Cee Lo Green   Vocals,Background Vocals
T-Mo   Vocals
Cool Breeze   Vocals,Background Vocals
Brandon Bennett   Background Vocals
Khujo   Vocals
Big Boi   Vocals
Big Gipp   Vocals
Sleepy Brown   Background Vocals
Marlene Rice   Strings,Violin,Viola

Technical Credits

Pigmeat Markham   Composer
Leon Russell   Composer
Marc Benno   Composer
Organized Noize   Sound Effects,Producer,Executive Producer
Neil Pogue   Engineer
L.A. Reid   Executive Producer
Bernasky Wall   Engineer
Tim Harrigan   Engineer
Anthony Harrison   Art Direction
Mixzo   drum programming
Bill Boatman   Composer

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See All Customer Reviews

Soul Food 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm one that loves rap that has a message and this definitely fulfills that. I bought this album in the winter of 95 when it first came out and I loved this album. Recently, I bought this album again and it is in my car cd player as I type this. Excellent buy.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Without Soul Food, there would be no Dirty South. With that said, it is imperrative that anyone into hip hop listen to this record. It is undoubtedly one of the most overlooked albums in the history of hip hop. Of course the first single ''Cell Therapy'' blew up out of this world, but the album doesn't stop there. Other tracks such as ''Sesame Street'', ''Live at the O.M.N.I'' and the title track will blow your mind!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The most amazing album I have ever purchased. It changed my view of rap totally. It is very political and touches many topics. I bought this when it first came out in the winter of 95. I had to recently repurchase the cd because of the wear and tear mine had taken over the years. Even the second time it was still in my cd player for weeks.