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Bus Stop

CD (Item 30358) Abet/Vintage Classics (Italy), 1974 — Condition: New Copy
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A classic album of short hard funky grooves – put together by the legendary Oliver Sain, a genius instrumentalist/producer from St. Louis, and the man behind more soul classics than you might imagine! Oliver plays alto, organ, and piano on most cuts – and the backing is spare and hard on nearly all the tracks. Some of Sain's later work got a bit weak, but this one's a classic, and has a great 70s funk sound! Titles include "Bus Stop", "Booty Bumpin", "Libra's Dream", "Sporty Mae", and "Laid Back".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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