• Hypnotics - One Way Ticket / Don't Burn No Bridges 45 (Soul Intention) 7" Vinyl
  • Hypnotics - One Way Ticket / Don't Burn No Bridges 45 (Soul Intention) 7" Vinyl

Hypnotics – One Way Ticket / Don’t Burn No Bridges 45 (Soul Intention) 7″ Vinyl

Code: SI006


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Hypnotics – One Way Ticket

Hypnotics – Don’t Burn No Bridges

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ARTIST Hypnotics
A SIDE Hypnotics – One Way Ticket
B SIDE Hypnotics – Don’t Burn No Bridges
Weight 120 g


A Side

Hypnotics – One Way Ticket

B Side

Hypnotics – Don't Burn No Bridges





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Soul Intention is proud to announce the release of the second great 70’s double-sider from Kent Washburn’s Emkay Records Catalog, “One Way Ticket” bw/ “Don’t Burn No Bridges” by
The Hypnotics.

The producer, Kent Washburn, has this to say….
“Both sides are kickin’ Soul sides from the mid 70’s, which feature the very unique voice of James Thompson singing lead”, states Washburn. “I originally produced this group for the Warner Bros label, (Reprise). Their two WB releases, (Beware of the Stranger b/w Girl You Know That I Love You, and Dance to the Music b/w Memories) were national R&B charted singles, and were what actually established my career as a record producer. I am really pleased
to be able to have the rest of their catalog finally released to the public.”

“When I hooked up with them (The Hypnotics), James Thompson was already a very successful songwriter, working with the legendary Gene Chandler out of Chicago. He had numerous cuts on Gene, plus Mel & Tim, The Impressions, Barbara Acklin, Betty(The Cleanup Woman) Wright and Krystal Generation. But he wanted to get back in the public eye as an Artist. His first group, The Voicemasters had recorded for the Bamboo Label, but the success
that they had was somewhat limited and he was looking for a bigger platform to expose his song writing abilities and unique vocal ideas.
We gathered together the ”St Louis A-Team” session musicians – Westmoreland Co, and wentto work. We did use the legendary “Tom-Tom” Washington from Chicago as horn & string arranger on some of the first stuff we cut, but the majority of what we cut was arranged and produced by James and myself. I love working with James. He is a true musical talent, and if things develop properly, don’t be surprised if you get to hear some current sides that James and
I will do. (Keep your fingers crossed 🙂 – Soul Intention

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