Coffy (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture)
Download links and information about Coffy (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture) by Roy Ayers. This album was released in 1973 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz, Theatre/Soundtrack, Funk genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 37:00 minutes.
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz, Theatre/Soundtrack, Funk|
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|1.||Coffy Is the Color||3:03|
|3.||King George (featuring Carl Clay)||3:00|
|6.||King's Last Ride||1:10|
|7.||Coffy Baby (featuring Roselle Weaver)||2:26|
|10.||Shining Symbol (featuring Carl Clay)||3:53|
|13.||Vittroni's Theme - King Is Dead (featuring Harry Whitaker)||2:03|
|14.||End of Sugarman||1:05|
Roy Ayers’ music for the Pam Grier revenge saga Coffy can be heard 30-plus years after its debut as a textbook in blaxploitation soundtrack work. Ayers’ much admired vibraphone work is at the center of titles such as “Brawling Broads” and “Shining Symbol” (of black pride and a new breed, as its lyrics describe Coffy), but he puts a wide range of musical interests to the task here. “Aragon” and “Escape” are fine examples of the meld of funk and action-movie music Isaac Hayes had perfected for Shaft, while Ayers lives up to the self-explanatory titles of “Coffy Sauna” and “Making Love.” The album ends with striking harpsichord (“Vittroni’s Theme – King is Dead”) and skronk-guitar (“End of Sugarman”) moments that are evocative of early-’70s Spanish vampire film music that Ayers likely hadn’t heard.