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Steppin Across The USA – Volume 11

CD (Item 514208) Steppin Muzak, 1970s/1980s/1990s — Condition: New Copy
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A great mix of 70s grooves and later numbers – and a set that perfectly illustrates the move towards more contemporary work as the Chicago steppers scene moved on! The package has the usual great ear for under-discovered cuts that we love in the Steppin Muzak series – tracks that have strong appeal to Chicago steppers, but which are also plenty worth discovering for any fan of rare soul – particularly soul of the smooth, modern variety. Titles include "Be Happy" by Kellee Patterson, "Playing On You" by Jerry Butler, "Please Say You Want Me" by Johnny P, "TSOB" by Master Jay & Michael Dee, "Always Find A Way (Jay Dee mix)" by Nine Yards, "Key To The World" by Truce, "That's The Way I Feel" by Main Attraction, "What's Going On" by Bobby Jones, "Long Stroke" by ADC Band, "Sing A Love Song" by Norman Connors, "Heavenly" by Merge, "Change The World" by Alfonzo, "If I Was Your Man (rmx)" by Stephen Simmonds, and "I Destroyed Your Love" by Special Delivery. (Note: Some of the titles here were mastered from vinyl sources – but we've been assured that the collection is legit.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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