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Ezy & Isaac - Soul Rock



Ezy and Isaac Soul RockEzy and Isaac Soul Rock
Ezy & Isaac - Soul Rock
(LP) Ri-Fi Records RDZ-ST 14246, 1974

Hasn't this super rare soul, afro-funk & rock LP been bootleged yet? Is someone going to reissue it soon? Recorded by two Brazilian boys in Milan, Italy in 1974, this LP is a powerful funky masterpiece album, every track is a winner! Check out Bawagbe, a very hypnotic afro-funk groove with ruff basslines, smacking congas, afro horns, wicked, rattlin' cowbells and afro chants! Beatheads need to check out the open drum break intro to Don't step on my shoes, a killer midtempo funky number with dynamic funky drums & great funky vocals interplay. Take Off has a killer funky groove with scratching funky guitar, tough drums, powerful vocals & strong funk brass section. Got To Move is killer hard funk with funky drums & percussion interplay, acid funky guitar, hard-male funky vocals & soulful female chorus...

Ezy and Isaac Soul Rock
Ezy & Isaac - Soul Rock
(LP) Ri-Fi Records RDZ-ST 14246, 1974

Tracklisting :
A1. Take Off !!! 5:10
A2. Not All Bad - Not All Good 2:57
A3. Sad To See You Go Away 4:10
A4. Bawagbe 3:08
B1. Don't Step On My Shoes 5:10
B2. Bad Day 3:05
B3. All We Need Is Love 3:00
B4. Got To Move 3:05

Ezy and Isaac Soul Rock
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