Slim Moore and the Mar-Kays | Introducing Slim Moore and the Mar-Kays

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Introducing Slim Moore and the Mar-Kays

by Slim Moore and the Mar-Kays

Slim Moore is a 100% pure, bona fide, unadulterated soul singer, and his debut album is soaked in the kind of deep, raw, gut-wrenching orchestral soul sounds that only come around once in a blue moon.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Deep Soul
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1. Slim's Theme
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0:08 album only
2. Cityscape
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4:26 album only
3. How Long
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4:03 album only
4. Just Can't Get Ahead
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4:36 album only
5. Is It Because I'm Black
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5:21 album only
6. Mar-Kays' Theme
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3:10 album only
7. Reachin' Higher
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3:43 album only
8. Riverside Drive
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3:57 album only
9. Steppin' All Over Me
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3:25 album only
10. Help Me Now
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3:43 album only
11. Get Back Home
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3:44 album only
12. Cool Breeze
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13. Slim's Theme (Reprise)
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"Introducing Slim Moore and the Mar-Kays" is the soul combo's debut album, also featuring the fervent vocal stylings of the One Faith Gospel Singers. Meticulously recorded in the basement of Metropolitan Studios on eight-track tape machine, the album captures some of the baddest orchestral soul sounds ever to come out of the Great Canadian North. From the cinematic hues of "Cityscape" to the fuzzed-out psychedelia of "Reachin' Higher", from the sweet doo-wop harmonies of "Get Back Home" to the urban blues of Syl Johnson's 1970 classic "Is It Because I'm Black", the result is nothing short of breath-taking.


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