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Bo Baral (with The Poets Of Rhythm) - Funky Sex Machine



Bo Baral The Poets Of Rhythm Funky Sex Machine
Bo Baral (with The Poets Of Rhythm) - Funky Sex Machine
(7") Tramp TR1003, 2005-06-09

Tracklisting :
A1. Bo Baral (with The Poets Of Rhythm) - Funky Sex Machine
B1. Bo Baral (with The Poets Of Rhythm) - Funky Sex Machine (previously unreleased live version)

Info :
Yep, tramp records is back! this time with a track by poets of rhythm lead singer bo baral. the studio version of funky sex machine has been released in 1995 on 'original raw soul vol. 1' (cd/lp) but never on 45. the b-side features a superheavy live version of the same tune which was never officially released. for those of you who never had the chance to see them at a live performance this is the ultimate example what you have missed.

More Info :
Pure funk from Poets of Rhythm lead singer Bo Baral. The studio version of Funky Sex Machine was released on LP back in '95 but until now never on 45. You can hear it on Side A. The B side is a heavy live version that has never yet been released! Nice one! (from jazzmanrecords.co.uk)
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