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The Sound Stylistics Play Deep Funk
The Sound Stylistics - Play Deep Funk
(CD) Freestyle Records FSRCD018, 2007-04-30

Recorded in 2002 as a Bruton library album, The Sound Stylistics Play Deep Funk album has weaved its way into funk folklore for collectors the world over, becoming a word of mouth phenomena and a collectors wet-dream due to its failure to ever get a proper release. Despite file-sharers, bootleggers and back-street dealers pushing illegitimate copies of the tracks, the legendary status of this lost album has not waned one bit. Performed by some of the best musicians on the planet, and a veritable who’s who on the London funk scene, the list is simply too amazing not to acknowledge fully here: James Taylor (JTQ), Jim Watson (Incognito), Mark Van der Gucht (Galliano], Eddie Roberts (New Mastersounds), Neil Robinson (JTQ), Simon Lee (Dr. Seuss), Andy Ross (The Herbaliser), Mike Smith (Jamiroquai), Nichol Thompson (Brand New Heavies), and Snowboy. Collectively they make up The Sound Stylistics, a virtual group and jam band of the highest order.

The Sound Stylistics Play Deep Funk
The Sound Stylistics - Play Deep Funk
(CD) Freestyle Records FSRCD018, 2007-04-30

Tracklisting CD :
01. Shake And Hip Drop (2:36)
02. Soul Dynamite (2:35)
03. The Players Theme (4:48)
04. Down Home Style (2:59)
05. Heavy Soul (3:35)
06. Polariser (2:51)
07. Fast Eddie (3:05)
08. Party People (2:41)
09. Night Theme (3:25)
10. Back On The Streets (3:04)
11. Keeping On (3:20)
12. Get Ya Some (2:56)
13. Move It Up (3:26)
14. Homebrew (3:54)
15. The Message (3:17)
16. Put It In The Pocket (3:57)
17. Freedom Sound (2:17)

Links :
soundstylistics.com
myspace.com/soundstylisticsuk
freestylerecords.co.uk
myspace.com/freestylerecordsuk
soundcloud.com/freestyle-records
facebook.com/FreestyleRecords
twitter.com/freestylerecrds
kudosrecords.co.uk (UK Distribution)
labaleine.fr (France Distribution)

Press Release :
Recorded in 2002 as a Bruton library album, The Sound Stylistics "Deep Funk" album has weaved its way into funk folklore for collectors the world over, becoming a word of mouth phenomena and a collectors wet-dream due to its failure to ever get a proper release. Despite file-sharers, bootleggers and back-street dealers pushing illegitimate copies of the tracks, the legendary status of this lost album has not waned one bit.

Performed by some of the best musicians on the planet, and a veritable who’s who on the London funk scene, the list is simply too amazing not to acknowledge fully here: James Taylor (JTQ), Jim Watson (Incognito), Mark Van der Gucht (Galliano], Eddie Roberts (New Mastersounds), Neil Robinson (JTQ), Simon Lee (Dr. Seuss), Andy Ross (The Herbaliser), Mike Smith (Jamiroquai), Nichol Thompson (Brand New Heavies), and Snowboy. Collectively they make up The Sound Stylistics, a virtual group and jam band of the highest order.
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