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Song Background: "Coffee Cold" by Galt MacDermot Release Date: - "Coffee Cold" was originally released in Galt MacDermot's 1966 album "Shapes of Rhythms". It was also featured in the 1968 film "The Thomas Crown Affair". Recording Details: - Specific recording details for "Coffee Cold" are not available. Genre: - Galt MacDermot is known for his jazz compositions, and "Coffee Cold" is reflective of this genre, characterized by smooth and funky grooves. Critical Reception: - While comprehensive critical reception details are not available, "Coffee Cold" is noted for its timeless quality and has been acknowledged for its influence in hip-hop, having been sampled in Handsome Boy Modeling School's 1999 track "The Truth"``【oaicite:0】``. Chart Performance: - Information on the chart performance of "Coffee Cold" is not available. Personnel: - Galt MacDermot, a pianist and composer, is the primary artist for "Coffee Cold". Links: - Spotify: Listen to "Coffee Cold" on Spotify - Last.fm: https://www.last.fm/music/Galt+Macdermot/_/Coffee+Cold