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Double Exposure - Ten Percent (Deluxe Edition) (1976/2022) [Disco, Funk, Soul]; FLAC (tracks)

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Double Exposure - Ten Percent (Deluxe Edition) (1976/2022) [Disco, Funk, Soul]; FLAC (tracks)

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Artist: Double Exposure
Album: Ten Percent (Deluxe Edition)
Genre: Disco, Funk, Soul
Label: Salsoul Records
Released: 1976/2022
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Tracklist:
    CD 1:
  1. Ten Percent
  2. Gonna Give My Love Away
  3. Everyman
  4. Baby I Need Your Loving
  5. Just Can't Say Hello
  6. My Love Is Free
  7. Pick Me

    CD 2:
  8. My Love Is Free (Single Version)
  9. Ten Percent (Walter Gibbons 12" Mix)
  10. Ten Percent (Dimitri from Paris Classic Re-Edit) (2017 - Remaster)
  11. Ten Percent (Ken Cayre 12" Mix)
  12. Ten Percent (MAW 12" Remix)
  13. Ten Percent (Masters At Work Dub Medley)
  14. Ten Percent (Ken Lou Mix)
  15. Everyman (Joey Negro's Salsoul Strut)
  16. Everyman (Dam Swindle Remix)
  17. Everyman (Late Nite Tuff Guy Rework)
  18. Everyman (Walter Gibbons 12" Mix)
  19. My Love Is Free (The Reflex Revision)
  20. My Love Is Free (Tom Moulton 12" Mix)
  21. My Love Is Free (Frankie Knuckles Knuckledusted Club Mix) (2017 - Remaster)
  22. My Love Is Free (Frankie Knuckles Knuckledusted Dub)
  23. My Love Is Free (David Morales Classic Def Mix)
  24. My Love Is Free (David Morales Classic Def Dub)

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Black radio has often shied away from what it considers "club records," and that was exactly what happened in the late '70s with soul/disco quartet Double Exposure. Although a major hit in dance clubs, the single "10 Percent" didn't receive nearly as much Black radio airplay as it should have. But make no mistake: this unmistakably Philly-sounding album (reissued on CD in 1993) is very mindful of disco's soul roots. Dance-floor treasures like "My Love Is Free," the Norman Harris-produced title song and an inspired cover of the Four Tops' "Baby, I Need Your Loving" make Exposure's debt to groups like the Intruders, the Spinners and Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes evident, as do the slow jams "Pick Me" and "Just Can't Say Hello." This is music that's exciting both on and off the dance floor.

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