Quad LP/Tape Poll Smith, Jimmy: Paid In Full [SQ]

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  • 10: Great Sound, Great Mix, Great Content

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EMB

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Mojo MJ 12828, from 1974.

Side 1:

1. Killing Me Softly...
2. Bro Pugh


Side 2:

1. Paid In Full
2. Can't Get Enough


ED :)
 

vinylguy4

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The first song on side 1 is actually "Killing Me Softly...", it is a laid back jazz reading with a fairly slow pace.
The solos are the jazz guitar. The second song on side 1 is Bro Pugh. It's a funky jazz tune, picking up the
pace from the first song on side 1. Side 2 starts with Paid In Full, it swings pretty good, nice jazz tune.
The last song on side 2 is my fav, Can't Get Enough. This one is funk, the groove is great.

This record has a strange SQ mix. I do think it is quad, it does say SQ on the label also.
Guitar is in left rear, congas and percussionist is in right rear. Organ is on right side between the right front and right rear. Drums I believe are center-center, they sound more to the rear center on my setup. Bass is front center.
So really, there is not much at all coming from the fronts.

I like 3 of 4 of the tunes, marked it down for the surround mix. Overall I grade it a 7.
 
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