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"Jerry Williams (Swamp Dogg) produced an excellent late-'70s soul session for the legendary Solomon Burke on the tiny Infinity Records label. Williams mixed upbeat numbers with a pronounced Afro-Latin beat and confessional country/soul tunes, emphasizing Burke's trademark song sermons. The music was much too raw and rural for the pseudo-sophisticated big-city radio set, but Southern soul loyalists treasured it. Digipack."