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  • CD (27 mai 2003)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Enregistrement original remasterisé
  • Label: Motown
  • ASIN : B0000942QS
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HASH(0x95740630) étoiles sur 5 "...Harmony Is The Key...My Sisters And Brothers..." 6 août 2009
Par Mark Barry - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"Face To Face With The Truth" was the second album for NORMAN WHITFIELD'S band THE UNDISPUTED TRUTH and this 2003 European remaster is a straightforward copy of that soul-funk peach.

The LP was originally issued February 1972 on Gordy G959L in the USA (July 1972 on Tamla Motown STMA 8004 in the UK) and this "ORIGINAL FUNK LP SERIES" CD reissue fully reproduces the original gatefold sleeve artwork in its card digipak and 8-page booklet. There's also a very knowledgeable and concise essay on the album by DAVID COLE, Editor of the specialist soul magazine "In The Basement".

The band depicted on the front sleeve is JOE HARRIS (lead vocals), BRENDA JOYCE EVANS and BILLIE RAE CALVIN (duet and backing vocals). Whitfield produced the album and co-wrote 5 of its 7 songs with another Motown genius BARRETT STRONG. "Take Me In Your Arms And Love Me" was first outed by Gladys Knight & The Pips while the album's closer is a 9-minute cover of Marvin Gaye's 1971 Tamla masterpiece "What's Going On".

Other notable musicians are DENNIS COFFEY on Lead Guitar, EARL VAN DYKE on Piano with EDDIE BROWN on Bongo and Congo Drums.

Musically the album is typical of so many Whitfield productions - the filler tracks are fairly obvious and ok - but the killer long funky workouts are stunning. Bass starter, slinky wah-wah guitar fills, strings backed up with conga rhythms - all of it peppered with social consciousness lyrics that to this day don't sound dated. The groove takes its time to get its hooks into you and even after nine or ten minutes, it never feels like it overstayed its welcome. Joe Harris was a wonderful vocalist too - a little like Pops Staples let loose. For me the big highlight is the near nine-minute "Ungena Za Ulimwengu..." - fabulous stuff - very Isaac Hayes in its hypnotic lingering pace and build - it always has customers coming to the counter asking after it (lyrics above).

It doesn't say who remastered the tapes or where it was done, but the sound is wonderfully clear and defined.

It's not all great for sure, but the ones that are worth it - especially in this great sound quality - make this forgotten goody well worth your checking out.


PS: Here's a full list of the 2003 "Original Funk LP Series" CD reissues:

(1975 US LP on Polydor, CD reissue is 065 620-2)
2. Propositions - BAR-KAYS
(1982 USA LP on Mercury, CD reissue is 822 885-2)
3. Summertime Groove - BOHANNON
(1978 USA LP on Mercury, CD reissue is 077 014-2)
4. Ugly Ego - CAMEO
(1978 USA LP On Chocolate City, CD reissue is 077 251-2)
5. Con Funk Shun 7 - CON FUNK SHUN
(1981 USA LP on Mercury, CD reissue is 063 699-2)
6. Nice And Soulful - CAROLINE CRAWFORD
(1979 USA LP on Mercury, CD reissue is 067 517-2)
7. The Gap Band - THE GAP BAND
(1979 USA LP on Mercury, CD reissue is 063 698-2)
8. Something Special - KOOL and THE GANG
(1981 LP on De-Lite, CD reissue is 063 695-2)
(1974 LP on 20th Century, CD reissue is 063 625-2)
10. Just Outside Of Town - MANDRILL
(1973 LP on Polydor, CD reissue is 065 619-2)
11. Them Changes - BUDDY MILES [Drummer with The Electric Flag]
(1970 LP on Mercury, CD reissue is 063 693-2)
12. One Way featuring Al Hudson - ONE WAY featuring AL HUDSON
(1979 LP on MCA, CD reissue is 113 201-2)
13. What Am I Gonna Do - GLORIA SCOTT [Barry White production]
(1974 USA LP on Casablanca, CD reissue is 063 694-2)
(1975 USA LP on 20th Century, CD reissue is 063 691-2)
15. Face To Face With The Truth - THE UNDISPUTED TRUTH
(1972 LP on Gordy & Tamla Motown, CD reissue is 067 100-2)

PPS: For those wishing to explore this Motown band's output more, I've posted an Undisputed Truth LP discography in the 'comment' section attached to this review...
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HASH(0x95678318) étoiles sur 5 A Bit long on the Truth 14 janvier 2004
Par cwartis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If you love the Temptations,you'll like The Undisputed Truth.
Norman Whitfield,was Songwriter and producer for both groups
at the same time. The led to a lot of crossover meterial from
the Tempts to the Truth. Hence you have "What it is" that gave
words to "Hum along and Dance" a Temps instrumental.
Norman Whitfield described "The Undisputed truth as a cross
between Sly Stone and The 5TH Demension on my copy of the original LP(on which I base the review) They weren't as funky
as Sly nor as pleasent to the ears as the 5th.
But the carved their own niche on EVERY song they did,
whether you liked it or not you never forgot their version.
So hear The Undisputed TRUTH for yourself and decide
If you can handle the Truth.
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