Funky DJ/Juke Box
416952) Stone, 1976 —
Condition: Used Out Of Stock 7-inch, Vinyl record Add to Watch List
A very cool little single done by John Fred in the years after his famous Playboy Band pop – 2 tracks done in a slow-stepping style that's a lot like Miami funk of the 70s, but recorded in Fred's usual territory of Louisiana! "Funky DJ" is a hard clavinet number that features vocals that are kind of flanged out – catchy in a Miami way, but more than made up for by the heavier groove on the bottom! "Juke Box" is a bit more uptempo and vamping – but is also an instrumental – done with plenty of popping guitar next to the horns, in a very odd but funky kind of blend!
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