8 thoughts on “ Junkie Chase (Instrumental) (Full Length Version) - Curtis Mayfield - Superfly +11 (CD, Album) ”

  1. Junkie Chase (Instrumental Full Length Version) $ 19 Radio Spot (#1) $ 20 Underground (Superfly-esque Demo Version, ) Heartbeat is an album by Curtis Mayfield. This offering mixed disco rhythms with soul balladeering. Future Temptation Ron Tyson contributed to some of the songwriting and /5(25).
  2. One of the two instrumentals that were included in Superfly, "Junkie Chase" is sort of a template for what was to become commonplace for crime/action sequences in the film and television world. A funk-based and jazz-inflected rhythm is underlined by a general Latin feel.
  3. This soundtrack to the 'Blaxploitation' movie SUPERFLY stayed in the U.S. album charts for almost a year, topping it for four weeks in and earning Curtis a gold disc. Two singles taken from the album, the title song and the million-selling 'Freddie's Dead', both went Top /5().
  4. Curtis Mayfield - Junkie Chase (Instrumental) (full-length version) Lyrics. Artist: Curtis Mayfield Album: Super Fly.
  5. Master Henry Gibson (Percussionist with Curtis Mayfield, Stan Getz, Ramsey Lewis) (tracks 1–2, 6–7) arranger: Johnny Pate (tracks 1–2, 6–8, 11).
  6. Curtis Mayfield (June 3, – December 26, ) was an American soul, funk and rhythm and blues, singer-songwriter and guitarist from Chicago, Illinois. Mayfield is probably best known for his anthemic music with The Impressions and for the soundtrack to the blaxploitation film Superfly. Perhaps because he didn't cross over to the pop audience as heavily as Motown's stars, it may be that.
  7. 8 Think (Instrumental) 9 Superfly 10 Ghetto Child (Demo Version Of What Became "Little Child Runnin' Wild) 11 Pusherman (Alternate Mix) 12 Freddie's Dead (Instrumental Version) 13 Junkie Chase (Instrumental) (Full Length Version) 14 No Thing On Me (Cocaine Song) (Instrumental Version)
  8. His debut solo album, 's Curtis, had shown in vivid colors that the '60s optimist (author of the civil-rights anthems "Keep On Pushing" and "People Get Ready") had added a layer of subtlety to his material; appearing on the same LP as the positive and issue-oriented "Move On Up" was an apocalyptic piece of brimstone funk titled "(Don't.

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