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I Keep Asking YouQuestions/Going To See My Baby – Best Of Perception & Today Records

7-inch (Item 605982) Perception/BBE (UK), 1971/1972 — Condition: New Copy
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An early stunner from Black Ivory – a great groover, done with kind of a bouncy lilting groove that has lots of bass, and a good mix with the group's harmony vocals! One of the funkiest from Fatback – "Goin' to See My Baby" is especially tough, and starts out with a massive breakbeat on the intro, then jumps into wicky-wacky basslines.  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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