Curtis Mayfield There's No Place Like America Today

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  • 1. Billy Jack
  • 2. When Seasons Change
  • 3. So In Love
  • 4. Jesus
  • 5. Blue Monday People
  • 6. Hard Times
  • 7. Love To The People

Curtis in '75, featuring 'Hard Times' (originally produced by Curtis for Baby Huey) and the beautiful ballad 'So In Love'

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