A helluva groover from funky 1976, soulful, smooth, and sexy. Original copies fetch prices of $700 and more and people go crazy for it - this is screaming for it's first reissue. On It Ain't Fair, Tomorrow's People seem to love the gentle side of soul and funk and therefore play a fairly relaxed type of music, while Lovers to Friends is a moody soul anthem that puts you in a floating state of mind. Hurt Perversion is a hot-blooded funk explosion with a massive wave of rhythms dragging you out to the dance floor. Great organ carpets fill all the gaps between the hypnotizing drum and percussion patterns, pulsating basslines, and repetitive, clean wah-wah guitars. It gets relaxed and utterly sweet once again with Hurry on Up Tomorrow, which puts the typical '50s love ballad into a classy and slick pop-sound-garment that was on top at the time this album was produced. And on we groove with the beat that heats you up through and through down to your bare bones. A cool warm-up for the B-side of this lost gem of funk and soul music, the lengthy title-track, which starts in a dreamy and gentle way and suddenly turns into hot-blooded funk that goes on and on for about 20 minutes with some of the most enchanting synthesizer lines ever heard in '70s dance music. The bass guitar pumps through your blood system and if you do not sweat your spirit out spinning this tune you should consult your otologist. Folks, this is as stimulating as music can be and comes close to the most enchanting tunes that ever hit the dancefloors back in the day. All lovers of mid-'70s pre- and proto-disco should lay their hands on this gem. Oh, Tomorrow's People also know to drop the pace and psych out a bit to give you some fresh air. And all they do is done with love.
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