Various - Royal Grooves - Funk And Groovy Soul From The King Records Vaults album downloadPerformer: Various
Title: Royal Grooves - Funk And Groovy Soul From The King Records Vaults
Style: Rhythm & Blues, Soul, Funk
Size MP3 version: 1276 mb
Size FLAC version: 1214 mb
Size WMA version: 1480 mb
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Genre: Funk - Soul
Various - Royal Grooves - Funk And Groovy Soul From The King Records Vaults album download
Both Royal Grooves: Funk and Groovy Soul from the King Records Vaults (BGP CD BGPD250) and Nobody Wins: Stax Southern Soul 1968-1975 (Kent CDKEND 370) cover roughly the same turbulent period of music history, with the former compilation drawing on tracks recorded between 1967 and 1973, and the latter taking in the Second Golden Age of Stax Records between 1968 and. 1975.
Groovy funk-soul is served up by Ellerine Harding with two cuts from her hard to find Ellerine album, including the raucous ‘All I Need’, and Maxine Weldon’s version of ‘Grits Ain’t Groceries’ is stunning. We’ve also included Alice Clark’s magnificent dance floor winner ‘Never Did I Ever Stop Loving You’, Sarah Vaughan’s supremely chilled take on Marvin Gaye’s ‘Inner City Blues’ and label boss Bob Shad’s big band tackling the Jackson 5’s ‘I Want You Back’ in an outrageous style.
Dave"s own recordings are mined for some incredible funk instrumentals including A Drop In The Bucket by the Deacons and the Quincy Jones-sounding Ghetto Stride. The track list in completed by some classics such as James Carpenter"s Marriage Is Just A State Of Mind and would-be classics such as the instrumental version of Billy Garner"s funk masterpiece Brand. Royal Grooves: Funk And Groovy Soul From The King Records Vaults EAN 2966752. 33 руб. Splash EAN 29667524421 88. 7 руб. Together Forever: The Music City Sessions EAN 2966752.
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What It Is! Funky Soul And Rare Grooves. Too many reissue compilations are content to merely slice 'n' dice familiar catalog choices in not particularly original ways. Wish I could have purchased this series in record form. A wealth of rare soul/funk. Much of the music I had never heard and I am a person that prides himself on hearing rare 60's and 70's soul/funk music. 3 people found this helpful.
The album definitely takes the "wild" in the title seriously, and may well be the best record in the series so far – certainly the most. LP, Vinyl record album. Majestic male soul from Brunswick Records – the label who recorded some of the best material ever from singers like Gene Chandler and Jackie Wilson, and who also gave lots of other singers a great shot too! This set moves way past obvious Brunswick hits, and includes loads of lesser-known.
From the vaults of Atlantic, Atco, Warner Bros. Reprise, and Josie Records. Twenty five classic singles, with the original A & B sides. Some good tracks but overall not very exciting. Some of it you'd be hard-pressed to call 'funk' at all imo. There must be better and more obscure stuff than this in the archive, surely? 답글 답글 2개 보기 나에게 알림 1 Helpful.
Artists: Various Album: Sounds From The Soul Underground Label: Freestyle Records Release date: February 27, 2012 Genre: Soul Jazz, Deep Funk, Nu Jazz. Sounds From The Soul Underground draws together tracks by some of the greatest contemporary acts from all over the globe and working within the genres of soul, funk, afrobeat, latin and jazz today. From the gritty funk instrumentals like Monkey Stick, the punchy latin grooves Return To Palmetto through to the 60’s style soul ballad You Got Me Started, it’s all here on one handy 22 track fully remastered album, This Is Speedometer Vol 1 & 2 is the perfect retrospective collection from one of the greatest funk outfits of the last decade.
Pino is king! Known for being a smart ass and stealing US-Funk and Boogie basslines and then rapping in italian over the shit. But there are also some tunes that were really something unique has some of them and they're a BOMB. FOUR INCREDIBLE JAMS from the golden era of Funk. Chopped, grainy subcontinental film aural motifs paired with other slankness on Moon B’s latest. After a brief pause since his PPU releases, Wes Gray returns with a remapped take on his distinctly dusty and groovy sample-focused synth funk.
|1||–Kastle||Getting Down (With Hoss)|
|2||–Barbara Burton And The Messengers||Love's Sweet Water|
|3||–Kay Robinson||Lord Will Make A Way (Pt1)|
|4||–Elaine Armstrong||Sad But True|
|5||–The Brownettes||Baby Don't You Know|
|6||–Albert Washington||Somewhere Down The Line|
|7||–The Presidents*||Shoe Shine Part 2|
|8||–Frank Howard & The Continentals||Do What You Wanna Do (Pt 1)|
|9||–Clay Tyson||Man On The Moon|
|10||–Leon Austin*||Steal Away|
|11||–Wendy Lynn||I Can Remember|
|12||–Bonnie & Sheila||You Keep Me Hanging On|
|13||–Connie Austin||Ball Of Fire|
|14||–Willy Wiley||Just Be Glad|
|15||–Gloria Edwards||(Need Nobody Help Me) Keep Up With My Man|
|16||–The Coasters||Cool Jerk|
|17||–The Presidents*||Peter Rabbit|
|18||–Robert Moore||Looking For A Woman|
|19||–King Coleman||The Boo Boo Song|
|20||–Hank Ballard||Unwind Yourself|
|21||–The Presidents*||Shoe Shine|
|22||–Bill Doggett||Wet And Satisfied|
|23||–Willy Wiley||Push And Shove|
- Compiled By – Dean Rudland
- Sleeve Notes – Dean Rudland
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- Barcode: 029667525022