Willie Hutch – Foxy Brown (1974) | Original Soundtrack

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Willie Hutch Foxy Brown 1974 Original Soundtrack

Willie Hutch – Foxy Brown (1974) | Original Soundtrack

William McKinley Hutchison (December 6, 1944 – September 19, 2005),[1] better known as Willie Hutch, was an American singer, songwriter as well as a record producer and recording artist for the Motown record label during the 1970s and 1980s.

After his move to Los Angeles, his music caught the eye of the mentor for pop/soul quintet The 5th Dimension, and Hutch was soon writing, producing, and arranging songs for the group. In 1969, he signed with RCA Records and put out two albums before he was spotted by Motown producer Hal Davis, who wanted lyrics to his musical composition “I’ll Be There”, a song he penned for The Jackson 5. The song was recorded by the group the morning after Hutch received the call.[3] Motown CEO Berry Gordy signed Hutch to be a staff writer, arranger, producer, and musician shortly thereafter.

Hutch later co-wrote songs that were recorded by the Jackson 5 and their front man Michael Jackson, Smokey Robinson, the Miracles, and Marvin Gaye.[2] In 1973, Hutch started recording albums for Motown, releasing the Fully Exposed album that year. That same year, Hutch recorded and produced the soundtrack to the Blaxploitation film, The Mack. Hutch had several R&B hits during this period, including “Brother’s Gonna Work It Out” and “Slick”. He also recorded the soundtrack for the 1974 film Foxy Brown.[2] He recorded at least six albums for Motown, peaking with 1975’s single “Love Power”, which reached number 41 on the Billboard Hot 100. He left Motown in 1977 for Norman Whitfield’s Whitfield Records.

Foxy Brown is a 1974 American blaxploitation film written and directed by Jack Hill. It stars Pam Grier as the title character, described by one character as “a whole lot of woman”, who showcases unrelenting sexiness while battling the film’s villains.[2] The film was released by American International Pictures as a double feature with Truck Turner. The film uses Afrocentric references in clothing and hair. Grier starred in six blaxploitation films for American International Pictures. – Wikipedia

Chase 0:00
Theme Of Foxy Brown 2:31
Overture Of Foxy Brown 4:55
Hospital Prelude Of Love Theme 5:53
Give Me Some Of That Good Old Love 8:43
Out There 12:27
Foxy Lady 15:10
You Sure Know How To Love Your Man 19:13
Have You Ever Asked Yourself Why (All About Money Game) 23:05
Ain’t That (Mellow, Mellow) 26:31
Whatever You Do (Do It Good) 29:29

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