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  1. Aug 05,  · Take one pale Texan and a band of top talent and you have an LP ready to rock the charts. Steve Sutherland assesses a album destined for reissue on g vinyl Say what you like about Quentin Tarantino, but one thing's for sure: the man's got great taste in movies. Listed among his favourites are the obvious (Apocalypse Now, Fight Club), the not so well known but fantastic (Takashi .
  2. Audio: FLAC 16 bit / kHz (Tracks) Performer: Various Artists Title: Funky Jams Published: Genre: Funk, Soul, R&B RAR Size: Mb Tracklist: 1. Little Richard - Dancing In the Street () 2. Baby Huey, The Baby Sitters - Mighty Mighty ().
  3. Old School Funk Jams is no exception, crossing oft-compiled hit singles -- Rick James' "You and I," the Brothers Johnson's "Strawberry Letter 23," Ohio Players' "Fire" -- with the underplayed likes of Cameo's "Flirt," Yarbrough & Peoples' "I Wouldn't Lie," and Jesse Johnson's "Can You Help Me." This is yet another Thump release that should come.
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  5. The last of hip-hop's great party albums, Whut? never had to take itself too seriously and Redman made sure you didn't either. His weed-fueled rhyme-flow sizzled on the album's many P-Funk inspired tracks (courtesy of EPMD's Erick Sermon), and many songs ("Time 4 Sum Aksion," "Rated R"), jumped with an energy that tore the roof off and burned the house down.
  6. Discover releases, reviews, songs, credits, and more about Funky Jams II at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection.
  7. Curtis' swooshing, funky drumming coupled with the incessant, simple but ultra groovy bass lick played by Johnny Flippin make up for a high energy jam that does not falter! Bill Curtis and his Fatback Band - named so due to Curtis' fatback-style drumming - released some diamond hard funk jewels in the early '70s that, commercially, went nowhere.

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