Paris Soul Food  

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Paris Soul Food (1969, Polydor) is an album by Hal Singer featuring Singer on saxophone and singing; Robin Hemingway, vocals, arrangements and album production; and Manu Dibango, saxophone, organ and arrangements. It won a French Record Academy award for best international LP in 1969.

It features the instrumental "Malcolm X".


A1 Paris Soul Food 2:30 A2 Brother, I'm With You 2:24 A3 Malcolm X 3:36 A4 Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa 2:56 A5 Saturday Night In Watts, Act One 4:49 B1 Green Onions 2:27 B2 Jumpin' Jack Flash 3:35 B3 Good To Me 2:26 B4 Son Of A Preacher Man 2:15 B5 Kansas City 2:39 B6 Hey Jude 4:21

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