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Howeefeel - People Of The World (Limited 45, Family Groove Records, 2013)

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Wanna feel good with some new old stuff? Here's a 1977 previously unreleased soul gem with a massive drum break from Chicago's Davis Import, in their earlier incarnation as Howeefeel. With the bass taking up a big chunk of the sound, you won't be disappointed by the catchiness of this tune! It's only available as a clear vinyl 45 limited to 300 copies which should disappear quite fast from the racks so give it a listen before regretting passing on…

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Howeefeel - People Of The World
(Limited edition 45) Family Groove Records FG-SP3, 2013-11-15

Tracklisting ;
A1. Howeefeel - People Of The World
B1. Howeefeel - Lookin For A Love

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Press Release :
Chicago’s Davis Brothers recorded Disco Funk as Davis Import on AVI Records in the late 70s and early 80s. Their early incarnation Howeefeel released just one 7" on Contempo Records in the UK only. Recorded in 1977, 'People Of The World' is a crossover soul masterpiece with a massive open drums funk break. Making it's debut on Family Groove Records, this is the first time this song has seen the light of day. Limited edition of 300 copies on clear vinyl.


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