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Machine (with bonus tracks)

CD (Item 626512) All Platinum/Essential, 1972 — Condition: New Copy
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A stunning set from Machine – not the late 70s disco group, but a combo who were essentially the backing group for The Whatnauts – stepping out here in their own album of raw New Jersey funk! The set's a stunner right from the start – and features production by George Kerr, who gives the whole thing the same feel as the best Whatnauts material on All-Platinum – that unique blend of raw and sweet, funky and mellow – although in this case, probably a lot more funky overall! The Whatnauts guest on vocals at a few points, but the main vibe of the set is instrumental – with amazing guitar, bass, and drums that really set the grooves on fire. Titles include "World", "Why Can't People", "Time Is Running Out", "Only People Can Save The World", "Boots In The Snow", "Trails", and "Lock Your Door". CD features two bonus tracks – edits of "Time Is Running Out" and "World".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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