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Jr. Walker and the All Stars: Home Cookin

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Jr. Walker and the All Stars: Home Cookin' 1969
(Tamla Motown STM 710)

Oridingal Liner Notes:
by Ed Ochs

Come on in!
You're all invited for a taste of genuine home cookin' at Jr. Walker's place; a frantic hop, skip and jump from Detroit -in "Hip City." The menu is strictly soul food: a dash of hot sax a la Jr. Walker with some shotgun service by the All Stars. No reservations needed in "Hip City." It is open all night and Jr. Walker will blow till your heels smoke and the "Home Cookin'" gets to your boogaloo.

So just follow this dynamite recipe, and spin your own platter for a twelve-course soul supper of "Sweet Soul," "Come See About Me," "Baby Ain't You Shame" and more. Music and a meal at the drop of a needle. And when the beat carries you home satisfied from "Hip City," remember "Hip City" Part II, where your hosts, Jr. Walker And The All Stars, reall take care of business -and pleasure too.

Side A:
Come See About Me
What Does If Take (To Win Your Love)
Sweet Soul
Hip City Part. 1

Side B:
Hip City Part. 2
Sweet Daddy Decaon
Fanny Mae
The Things I Do For You
Baby Ain't You Shame


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