℗ 1974 Sussex Records™ a division of 43 North Broadway
Released July 9, 1974
Duration 40m 47s
Catalogue No. 43NB0460SU
Genre R&B (Soul)
 

Salt of the Earth

The Soul Searchers

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1.1
I Rolled It You Hold It
The Soul Searchers
5:05
1.2
Blow Your Whistle
The Soul Searchers
3:05
1.3
Close to You
The Soul Searchers
4:30
1.4
Funk to the Folks
The Soul Searchers
4:21
1.5
Ain't It Heavy
The Soul Searchers
6:04
1.6
Windsong
The Soul Searchers
5:06
1.7
Ashley's Roachclip
The Soul Searchers
5:42
1.8
We Share
The Soul Searchers
2:51
1.9
If It Ain't Funky
The Soul Searchers
4:03
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Sussex Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-9 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-1.21
-1.22 to -1.20
-15.90
-17.53 to -13.21
-13.01
-15.00 to -10.40
10
8 to 12
1
I Rolled It You Hold It
-1.20-13.21-10.48
2
Blow Your Whistle
-1.20-15.77-12.610
3
Close to You
-1.21-16.26-13.39
4
Funk to the Folks
-1.21-15.19-12.59
5
Ain't It Heavy
-1.21-16.86-13.911
6
Windsong
-1.22-17.47-15.011
7
Ashley's Roachclip
-1.20-15.32-12.09
8
We Share
-1.21-15.48-12.99
9
If It Ain't Funky
-1.21-17.53-14.512

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