Various - Southern Funkin' - Louisiana Funk & Soul 1967-1979 album
Title: Southern Funkin' - Louisiana Funk & Soul 1967-1979
Style: Soul-Jazz, Bayou Funk, Funk
Date of release: 2006
Size MP3: 1974 mb
Size FLAC: 1506 mb
Format: TTA MOD MIDI MPC ADX MP1 AA
Southern Funkin': Louisiana Soul 1967-1979. None of these 22 Louisiana funk/soul obscurities (none of which postdate 1975) were on big labels. And almost none of the performers have any name recognition value among general listeners, with the possible exception of "Count" Rockin' Sidney (better known as the zydeco artist of "My Toot Toot" fame) and Katie Webster. That doesn't mean that such material isn't of possible interest, of course
BGP/Beat Goes Public returns with a foray into the unique and funky sounds that emanated from Louisiana from 1967-1975. Features the super-rare One Day by Tabby Thomas, and the low-down and dirty I Got A Groove by JJ Caillier. Katie Webster's Hell Or High Water is a fine example of 'Sister Funk' that would rock any dance-floor. As well as rarities we have several classics - either via club play or sampling - such as Black Water Gold by the African Music Machine, Camille Bob's exuberant take on Howard Tate's Stop or Eddie Giles' Soul Feeling. This fascinating CD compilation attempts to rectify that oversight, highlighting some obscure but excellent soul and funk artists that recorded around the rest of the state of Louisiana from 1967-1979.
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We have an amazing selection of funk and soul contained within the 20 tracks. From the Soul Sensations’ ballad ‘When I Had You, Baby’ – one of the finest examples of harmony singing you will ever hear – to the raw street funk of Little Johnny Hamilton’s two-part ‘The Git Down’ and everything in between, this represents the best music coming out of California at the time. Who could ignore the exceptional ‘Butterfly’ by the Ballads or the Brenton Wood-composed ‘Strike’ by Union featuring the vocals of Gail Anderson. Southern Funkin': Louisiana Funk And Soul 1967-1979. Various Artists (States & Regions).
Tracks: Carolina Funk: Funk 45s From The Atlantic Coast. Robert Parker - Hip-Huggin. Southern Funkin': Louisiana Funk and Soul 1967-1975. 01. Eddy G Giles Soul Feeling (Part 1) (2:07) 02. Chester Randle’s Soul Senders Soul Brothers Testify (Part 1) (2:09) 03.
BGP returns with a foray into the unique and funky sounds that emanated from Louisiana from the late 60s through to the early 70s. The State has its own original take on black music influenced by New Orleans and tinged with the flavour of the area"s creole culture, which for a large part is separate and self-sufficient from the mainstream of American life; this makes many of these not only highly desirable, but impossible to find. As ever with a BGP compilation we have unearthed some stone rarities and dancefloor winners. The super-rare "One Day" by Tabby Thomas, that sells for. Southern Funkin": Louisiana Funk and Soul 1967-1975 EAN 29667516822 99. 7 руб. Detroit City Grooves EAN 2966751. 32 руб. Batman and Other Themes EAN 29667517324 79.
His first album from 1970, a conglomerate of classic Indian folk tunes and instrumental versions of the hottest rock songs of the day clothed in a veil of sitar melodies and backed up with tabla drum grooves, was an attempt to combine the spiritual approach of his cultural origins with the light minded blissful attitude of western psychedelic pop music. It worked well in the sense that it is still, nearly fifty years later on, a groovy little album that leaves nobody sitting around at any random hippie party. Southern Funkin - Louisiana funk and soul 1967 - 1979 2LP. Nicole Willis & The Soul Investigators. Happiness In Every Style.