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Dancin On The Ceiling

LP (Item 372423) Le Joint/London, 1979 — Condition: Used
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4.80 11

A sweet little set of funky club tracks – produced by T Life with a similar feel to his own work of the time! The Becks have all the usual traits of a 70s "family" group – a cohesive spirit that helps them get past the fact that some of the members of the family aren't as good of singers as others (but their mom probably won't let them kick them out of the group!) The best tunes are the uptempo ones – especially the leadoff "Can't Shake The Feeling", which starts with a long and bass-heavy intro – but the mellower cuts aren't bad either, and are done in a gently soulful groove that has some nice earlier 70s touches. Titles include "Nobody But You", "Words & Music", "Dancing On The Ceiling", "Falling In Love Again", and "Love-A-Thon".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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