Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Gary, Oct 24, 2014.
Killer compilation of obscure mostly instrumental funk:
Late night funk:
WAR - Four Cornered Room
Saw this band in New Orleans last month. Big Sam's Funky Nation.
"My Girl Sloopy" - The Vibrations, 1964.
Chantay Savage - I Will Survive
Tavares - Whodunit
Disco - 100 Hits - 5 CDs
Miki Howard - Love Under New Management
A Taste of Honey - Rescue Me
Lee 'Scratch" Perry's nod to the ChiLites: 'Power To The People' with a direct mid song sample
King Koba - Station Underground News
"Oh How Happy" - Shades of Blue.
"Reality" - Black Merda.
"I'll Be Right Here" - Tyrone Davis
"Love The One You're With" - The Isley Brothers
Various Artists - "20 Reggae Classics: The Music That Inspired A Generation"
Trojan Records, UK, 1984, TRLS 222, TRLS 222 A2, PAG, Penthouse / TRLS 222 B1
I originally bought this because it contains the original version of "Johnny Too Bad" by The Slickers, a song much loved and much performed by John Martyn.
However, it's a great album.
Various - 20 Reggae Classics
"Slow Motion (Part 1)" - Johnny Williams
"Early Morning Love" - Lou Rawls
Broasted Or Fried - Funkallisto
"Sara Smile" - Daryl Hall & John Oates
"Frosty" - Albert Collins
"My Song" - Aretha Franklin
"That's the Way I Feel About Cha" - Bobby Womack.
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