This double A sider contains two awesome deep funk cuts from the Memphis, Tennessee group, the Fabulous Fugitives featuring the voice of Michael Sharkey.
Originally it was released in 1973 on the JAce label owned by local gospel record label owner Style Wooten. The A side is a politically charged funk bomb. The flip side is a more straight forward funk track with plenty of fat drum fills.
Eight piece rhythm & blues band out of Jersey City, NJ, creat an invigorating & refreshing sound by reigniting a broad spectrum of 50s & 60s soul and rock & roll. Both sides split by male & female vocal versions.
Split 7" from of Stone Love track orig released in '72 but no one has a copy. This instrumental f/ wacky wah-wah and a lotta conga. B-side is The Symbolics backed by Shake (Raw Soul) on mid-tempo ballad w/ punchy drums & 70s synth.
New soul artist Jordan Valentine and the Sunday Saints. A side is a masterful cover of "Tell Me What's On Your Mind" and the B side is an original sister funk track with howls of joy reminiscent of Betty Davis.
A heretofore unknown 45 on Arrow Brownﾒs Bandit imprint. Only 2 copies are known of the Michigan Avenue Sound Orchestraﾒs retardedly funky instrumental `Poon Tang Thump Parts 1 & 2.` LTD 500 in custom sleeve.
In 1986, five years after the release of his first album, Lawrence Ross returned. Switching organic live instrumentation for electronics, he created a monster soulful boogie album w/ keyboard stylings that make it sound like a new Dam Funk record.