Label: Bad Boys - 1001 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul •
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Sly, Slick and Wicked: You Got to FunkafizeConfessin' a FeelingThe World Is a GhettoFrom Get Down Live (Bad Boys, ?) This is my first official post-move post (finally!). Me and the fam just relocated from the Westside of L.A. to the San Gabriel Valley. I grew up out here in the s but I .
A nice little album from the enigmatic Sly Slick & Wicked – a soul trio who recorded for James Brown on the People label, but who are probably best known for this one-off album on Ju-Par! The group's got a great sound that's in the Detroit mid 70s mode – raw vocal touches, ala Stax/ Volt, but handled with a smooth and sophisticated production style that really works wonders – very much.
A nice collection of rare material from pop-psych tune smith s the Mirage – a group whose best stuff straddles the line between post-Sgt Pepper hooky songcraft and the more adventurous style of groups like the Creation! Tomorrow Never Knows features material cut from until the group's demise – starting with the title cover and only getting more ambitious from there – with.
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