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Miami Sound - Rare Funk & Soul From Miami, Florida, 1967-1974

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Miami Sound - Rare Funk & Soul From Miami, Florida, 1967-1974
(Soul Jazz Ref. SJR 72, 2003) Selected by Stuart Baker

"Rare and classic Funk and Deep Soul from the TK vaults, Miami, Florida 1968-1974". Dans le genre "proto-disco-raw funk", difficile de faire mieux. On s'imagine très vite au volant de sa jolie belle bagnole toute frime en train d'arpenter les côtes de Floride, le col pelle à tarte de sa chemise claquottant au gré du vent... Hummm qu'il est soyeux et funky le son de Miami!
Note : **** (Havanito)

Tracklisting :
01 Funkadelic Sound - Little Beaver
02 Cramp Your Style - All The People
03 Funky Cat - James Knight
04 I Get Lifted - George McRae
05 Funky Me - Timmy Thomas
06 Save Me - James Knight
07 90% Of Me Is You - Gwen McRae
08 I Love The Way You Love - Little Beaver
09 A Woman Will Do No Wrong - Helene Smith
10 Somebody Took My Baby - Joey Gilmore
11 Cadillac Annie - Clarence Reid
12 You Got To Be A Man - Frank Williams
13 Fantasy World - James Knight
14 Don't Make The Good Girls - Della Humphrey
15 Do It To Me One More Time - Joey Gilmore
16 You Got To Be A Man - Helene Smith
17 Spanish Flyer - Frank Williams

Liens :
soul jazz records - Le site officiel du label Soul Jazz


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