Track Of The Day #117: The Cutthroat Razors – Motown’s Lost Its Soul

Posted by David McElroy

The Cutthroat Razors - Motown's Lost Its Soul

The lead and title track from Glasgow based 11 piece The Cutthroat Razors new EP Motown’s Lost Its Soul, this Track Of The Day is simply going to make you groove.  It’s a slice of classic soul and funk, reminiscent of the deeper, more political tracks of the ’70’s, but still fresh and full of life.  On the basis of this track alone the whole EP is well worth checking out

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Posted by: Toni Spencer, 20th February 2016