The Coolin System I Need Some Money / To Be Named Later

G.E.D Soul Records
  • 1. I Need Some Money
  • 2. To Be Named Later

Nashville soul-jazz heavyweights the Coolin' System showcase a scorching rendition of Eddie Harris's "I Need Some Money". On the flip side rests a slightly uptempo take on the Jack McDuff classic "To Be Named Later".  The Coolin' System deliver once again on their patented brand of gritty soul-jazz exhibition!

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