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    This book is the bomb! The bible on black action films! Hidden behind the minimal cover is the most complete collection of Black Action Films ever made. Synopsis and analysis of every film ever made. This was the inspiration for our own Can You Dig It? album on Soul Jazz Records - so now you know! Is it black enough for you? It's a mother, damn right. Super-rare...
    Sidney Poitier leads the way in one of the first black action films ever, in some ways (but not all) a precursor to the 'blaxploitation' genre that was to follow beginning with Super Fly, Shaft et al. A black Philadelphia detective becomes involved in a murder case in a small, bigoted southern town, much to the chagrin of the local, redneck police...
    Composed and conducted by Quincy Jones, this is one of the funkiest soundtracks ever recorded!
    Blaxploitation soundtrack from 1973, produced by Harvey Fuqua, and including vocals from Barbara Mason and New Birth.
    Blaxploitation soundtrack from 1973, arranged and conducted by Johnny Pate, with Joe Beck on guitar
    Detective Robert Malone leaves behind normal police duties to return to the Phillipines in search of a group of high-tech international weapons thieves. Malone and his accomplice Greg Duncan find their prey know their every movement, leading them to suspect there is a traitor in their midst. Region 0 (All Regions)
    Essential blaxploitation soundtrack from the 'Godfather'. Featuring the heavy weight funk numbers 'Blind Man Can See It' & 'Mama Feelgood'.