The ultimate fantasy low-rider soul collection. Nineteen tracks cruise through soaring falsettos, luminous harmonies, and sweeping strings, all cultivated from pristine original master tapes. Tracked in a tiny Silver Spring, Maryland, studio by the ears behind ‘70s soul staples Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson, Soul Searchers, Van McCoy, and Hugh Masekela, A Red Black Green Production compiles the best of producer Robert Hosea Williams’ most personal work. Featuring a balance of issued and unissued work by Skip Mahoney & the Casuals, Father’s Children, the Summits, Promise, Dyson’s Faces, East Coast Connection, and the Exceptions featuring Mark Greene, spaced over two LPs (with one bonus track) or single CD. Scores of period photos and ephemera populate the rich essay on the life and work of D.C.’s most prolific engineer.