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What's In It For Me


Zalmac was a one-off project of bassist Al McDowell and singer/writer Zulema. Their 1982 album is a highlight of boogie-styled soul, featuring such numbers like “What’s In It For Me” and “Whatcha Gonna Do.”

Unfortunately it was released on a small independent label and has since become quite rare, but it is well worth seeking.

Zalmac's Deepest Groove

Whatcha Gonna Do (TSOB, 1982)
The Sound of Brooklyn released a lot of quality boogie records in their heyday of the early 80s, perhaps none of them as well-regarded as this album.  Grooving, tight  rhythms and strong vocals present the usually strident Zulema in a totally different light.  Nice to hear her in a relaxed atmosphere.   

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