Dedicated ‘to the United Nations and especially young people’, this is slow-burning, steeply screwed, early-seventies Atlanta funk by James Conley and co, spun out of a line from Eliza Hewett’s nineteenth-century hymn, When We All Get To Heaven.
The flip is deadly too; a super-soulful blend of Sly & The Family Stone with Kool & The Gang, movingly confused and sincere in its pleading (without threats or machismo) to be loved back.
Both sides come with paired with instrumentals versions: check part two of Get Together.
Tracklist: A1. Get Together A2. Get Together Part Two B1. Why Won't You Love A Man Like This B2. Why Won't You Love A Man Like This Part Two