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    Tuesday, 10 June 2008


    Zulema - 1973 - Ms. Z.

    Soul & piano vibe with "Miss. Z" by famous singer Zulema Cusseaux with beautiful "I Was so Wrong".
    Also track "Giving Up" sampled by Beatnuts on "Beatnuts Forever".
    Great Sussex LP !

    Label: Sussex
    Catalog#: SRA-8029
    Format: Vinyl, LP
    Country: US
    Released: 1973
    Genre: Funk / Soul
    Style: Soul

    Ms Z was Zulema’s second album after her self-titled debut. Again, like her first LP, Zulema not only sang, but wrote most of her own material. She starts off great with Giving Up that has a sophisticated and heavily orchestrated neo-Disco beginning that’s contrasted with some funky wah wah guitar work. Also worth listening to are the slower and Gospel tinged I’m Watchin You and the funkier Telling The World Good Bye.
    ~Reviewed by Motown67


    Side 1
    A1 Giving Up (7:12)
    A2 I Was So Wrong (3:22)
    A3 I Was There (3:46)
    A4 Tree (4:10)

    Side 2
    B1 Y ... Read more »

    Category: Soul/Funk/Ethnic | Views: 4860 | Added by: Lost-In-Tyme | Date: 10 June 2008 | Rating: 4.8/5


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