Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Double Exposure – My Love Is Free (Salsoul Records)

Formerly known as United Image, Philadelphia-based fortet James Williams, Joseph Harris, Charles Whittington and Leonard ‘Butch’ Davis aka Double Exposure would pave the history of the record industry while putting out the first ever 12″ for commercial release back in 1976. As a matter of fact, the title track from their ‘Ten Percent’ album which marked their debut on Salsoul Records with remix courtesy of the late Walter Gibbons. From the same package came the Allan Felder and Bunny Sigler co-penned ‘My Love Is Free’ with production work by the likes of Ron Baker, Norman Harris and Earl Young, standing as one of the definitive highlights of the Philly Sound, later on remastered courtesy of Tom Moulton. A song that would (also) be the subject of a top class remix by the late Frankie Knuckles

Download from Amazon: Double Exposure – My Love Is Free (Album version)

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