“Let The Dollar Circulate” was released in 1975 on the album When Love Is New. It has the upbeat proto-disco sound of Philadelphia soul, with backing by the MFSB band, who were on the same Philadelphia International Records label.
The song has a marching feel on the verses, with a thumping bassline and lyrics preaching about the evils of poverty and environmental destruction; there are similarities with reggae because of this.
The chorus has a gospel feel, releasing the tension of the verses in an explosion of strings and horns. Those strings and horns are very prominent in the mix, producing a richly textured soul hit.
Could this song be improved?
Not that I can think of…