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We Are The Chosen Few - Various - Funky Funky Chicago (CD)

2 Oct

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  1. The One is an 8 song album that the trio put together that share the common theme of funky grooves and polished edges that float on the border of soulful and slinky 70’s, but have their toes firmly dipped in funk almost solely carried by meaty bass riffs. A worthy opponent.
  2. Oct 24,  · This is the cd to get if you can't afford the original vinyl albums. Yes - the cd sleeve is a bit boring looking - but the best things in life are often hidden away like this. You do get good sleeve notes in the booklet and the sound quality is great. It's actually not so easy to find this cd/5(6).
  3. This is all over the map, spanning 20 years and featuring artists ranging from Dizzy Gillespie to The Fatback Band. The common denominator in this collection is the Funk, and it's got it! Very few cuts that don't hold up to repeated listenings.5/5(8).
  4. Aug 17,  · We each have our embarrassing cleaning confessions—maybe it was ignoring those dust bunnies under the bed for months or phoning in a lackluster job .
  5. This is a solid funk cd. Funky Funky Christmas is a great song, my favorite on the cd. 43rd Street Bus Stop, Rough Enough, Away from Home and the songs by the Chosen Few all give this cd some credibility. While this cd provides some solid funk it does not have much to it. I would still recommend it but don't put it at the top of your list/5(2).
  6. When Chicago started out at the end of the 's they were very different a sort of progressive jazz rock band with a great musicianship and power, their first 3 albums were all doubles and 's Chicago II for me was the best of their entire career it is an absolute tour de force; The horn section superb, Terry Kath's guitar stunning /5().
  7. Due to the remarkable success of "The Other Side of the Trax: Stax-Volt rpm Rarities " from a little over a year ago, we now have this sequel by which one should be equally entertained - particularly if one is a fan, as I am, of Carla Thomas, her father Rufus Thomas, William Bell, and the instrumentals of /5(13).
  8. Don't let the title fool you – as these aren't the common soul tracks you'd find on the pop charts – and instead represent a great slice of the UK underground scene – soul cuts that are tight and together, but nicely far from the mainstream! The set follows in the mode of the previous set on the Disco Soul Gold label – with elements that hearken back towards more.

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