The library does not have enough Al Green. Working with producer Willie Mitchell and a crack team of musicians, Green had a remarkable run of sophisticated and romantic soul albums in the 70s before forsaking secular music for gospel. This is a reissue of his 1972 classic, which, along with "Call Me," is his best known record. Features the immortal title track and a cover of the Bee Gees' "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart." It doesn't get much smoother than this.
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