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Soul With a Capital "S" - The Best of Tower of Power


Download links and information about Soul With a Capital "S" - The Best of Tower of Power by Tower Of Power. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Funk genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 01:04:11 minutes.

Artist: Tower Of Power
Release date: 2002
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Funk
Tracks: 14
Duration: 01:04:11
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No. Title Length
1. Attitude Dance 5:34
2. Soul With a Capital "S" 4:56
3. Souled Out 3:47
4. So I Got to Groove 5:39
5. Diggin' On James Brown 4:38
6. Funk the Dumb Stuff 5:26
7. I Love That Girl So Much 5:06
8. You Ought to Be Havin' Fun 3:06
9. And You Know It 3:00
10. Ain't Nothin' Stoppin' Us Now 3:55
11. We Came to Play 3:31
12. So Very Hard to Go (Live) 3:51
13. You're Still a Young Man (Live) 5:45
14. What Is Hip? (Live) 5:57



The crucial subtitle missing is that this is the best of Tower of Power on Columbia, not a career-spanning anthology that takes in their material with other labels. Since their most popular stuff was done for Warner Brothers, that creates quite a problem when you're representing this material in particular as their best. With the understanding that this disc is limited to their Columbia catalog, it's a decent selection, through chronologically haphazard, drawing from the '90s, the late '70s, and nothing else. For the most part it's competent funk, a little too heavy on the feets-don't-fail-me now braggadocio, as on "Attitude Dance." Yes, there are versions of their well-known "So Very Hard to Go" and "What Is Hip?," but take caution: these are 1998 live recordings, not the famous originals. There's a previously unreleased alternate mix of "I Love That Girl So Much" from the sessions for their 1979 album, Back on the Streets, and it would be a pretty heavy price to pay for the whole disc just to get that one track, even for insistent completists. Very Best of the Warner Years and the more extensive What Is Hip? remain far better best-of compilations on this band.