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Po'k Bones & Rice – Unreleased New Orleans Funk 1969-1974

LP (Item 72558) Funky Delicacies, Late 60s/Mid 70s — Condition: New Copy
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(€7.80 || £6.17 || ¥1071) (approx.)
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A wealth of funky instrumentals – never issued before! Sam & The Soul Machine were a funky New Orleans combo that had a sound that was a heck of a lot like the Meters – dubby bass, tight snapping drums, and some warm and bubbling organ work that gave the music a sweetly soulful finish. This fantastic set of tracks was recorded in 1969 – right at the height of the Crescent City funk scene – but was never issued before, due to a strange twist of fate (not to mention the IRS!) Rough and ready – and a perfect slice of deep deep funk! 12 tracks in all – including "T-Time", "Stand", "Mercy D", "Slow Motion", "Wanted Alive", "Meditation", and "Thesis".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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