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So, all of a sudden there is a funk scene going on that is worshipping the rare. Keeping with the blues (and it might as well have been unreleased for all its sales at the time) is Joe Houston's Mr Big H I'm told this James Brown groove isn't the main track on the album, but I love this and that track Kicking Back will feature on Back On The Streets later in the year. We've brought in the girls as well - from the not so rare but damn good side of the tracks is Thelma Jones with her version of The House That Jack Built, from the same label is Irene Reid - normally associated with the jazz side of the world but this time kicking out the jams on a version.
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Known for the highly heralded Folie Distinguée album in 1985, what is often over looked is the fact there accompanied 2 further Alternative Funk cassette compilations that same year. Coming within the Audiologie series on Vox Man Records, these Various Artist selections were indicative of labels that sprung up in the early 80s around the DIY post-punk scene.
Motown funk vol. 2 (yellow 2X12 lp + MP3). Exclusive transparent yellow double LP in gatefold sleeve with downloade code included, set for Record Store Day. By popular request Volume 2 of Motown Funk first issue of volume 2 and it begins on vinyl. A pipin’ hot Motown selection of acid drenched psychedelic soul, blaxploitation soundtracks, straigght ahead funk, easy listening and superlative soul.
In addition to two tracks by Gaye, the artists featured include the Commodores, Stevie Wonder, Edwin Starr, Eddie Kendricks and the Undisputed Truth. The set’s compiler, Johnny Chandler, describes its contents as funky soul, jazz, ’60s, ’70s and even some early ’80s ‘new’ funk courtesy of the Dazz Band’s ‘Let It Whip’. VA - Motown Funk Volume 2 (2018) WEB FLAC (tracks), MP3 320 kbps 1:19:28 480 Mb, 181 Mb Genre: Funk, Soul, RnB, Jazz, Disco, Label: Motown. Earlier work by Marvin also figures on Motown Funk Volume 2, including Closing Jimmy’s. This was part of the original score from Trouble Man, the 1972 so-called blaxploitation movie for which Gaye wrote and produced the soundtrack music.
|1||–Terence Trent D'Arby||Wishing Well|
|2||–Herbie Hancock||Rock It|
|3||–The Pasadenas||I'm Doing Fine Now|
|4||–Earth, Wind & Fire||September|
|5||–The Isley Brothers||That Lady (Part 1)|
|6||–People's Choice||Do It Anyway You Wanna|
|7||–Wild Cherry||Play That Funky Music|
|8||–Deniece Williams||Let's Hear It For The Boys|
|9||–Luther Vandross||Never Too Much|
|10||–Marvin Gaye||Sexual Healing|
|11||–The O'Jays||For The Love Of Money|
|13||–Haywoode||I Can't Let You Go (Detroit Extended Mix)|
|14||–The Jacksons||Blame It On The Boogie|
|15||–George Duke||Reach Out|
|16||–Billy Griffin||Hold Me Tighter In The Rain|
|17||–Eddie Murphy||Party All The Time|
|19||–Gregory Abbott||Shake You Down|