Eugene McDaniels – Outlaw (1970)

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After cutting pop soul records under the name Gene McDaniels during the 60s, brother Eugene went back to using his full name, and got very heavily duty righteous on us! This classic album recorded for Atlantic is a mix of rock and soul that features a strong political message that’s probably best embodied in the statment on the back that reads Under conditions of national emergency, like now, there are only two kinds of people — those who work for freedom, and those who do not: the good guys vs the bad guys. The sound of the record is similar to McDaniels’ classic Headless Heroes album (recorded after this one), with jazzy backing, and righteous vocals by the man. [Source]


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