From an Amazon.com editorial review:
The Final Solution was a fledgling vocal group from Chicago's west side. The ten-song album draws deeply from Curtis Mayfield's well, certainly, but the proof in the pudding is Carl Wolfolk's unique guitar style a combination of flamenco and funk that stabs around the four part harmonies.
This is a funky OST which we almost lost forever as the movie itself was cancelled and the master tapes bounced around for 30 years until Numero Group finally put it out in 2008. Brotherman was about a pusher that became a preacher. A gangster pimp who served soup from the trunk of his Coup Deville. That about sums it up! It is a must have for any Blaxploitation soundtrack arsenal. Now, I must thank my good friend Matt for sending this gem my way, and hence, to yours as well. Enjoy.