The Impressions – Times have Changed
Curtom / Buddha Records 1972

Impressions, front

Curtom label

‘Times have changed’, a statement still appropriate..
It could be you think I only collect tropical music
but that isn’t the case at all. I started my hobby
long time ago during the seventies and began with
collecting pop, soul, jazz and many other styles.
Today I want to bring you an album by a soulgroup
I have always loved a lot. The Impressions with the
late and great Curtis Mayfield have always been one
of my favourite bands. Last week while meeting with
one of the GG’s music providers, we listened to a
‘Best of’ album by the Impressions and I decided to
post some of those obscure soul albums I collected
over the years. This one is for you Alex, enjoy it..

tracks;

1 Stop the war
2 Times have changed
3 Inner city blues
4 Our love goes on and on
5 Potent love
6 I need to belong to someone
7 This loves for real
8 Love me

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3 thoughts on “The Impressions – Times have Changed
Curtom / Buddha Records 1972

  1. One of my favorite Curtis albums is Curtis in Chicago when he is joined by the Impressions for a live performance. This is an interesting aspect to your blog. So why not periodically, post some of the old soul, jazz albums you have in your collection, just to spice things up. Some early McCoy Tyner, Ahmad Jamal, Coleman Hawkins.
    Looking forward to that and thanks for The Impressions.

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