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Bustin' Loose

LP (Item 1558) Source, 1979 — Condition: Used
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Chuck Brown and his Soul Searchers group are past the arch jazzy funk of their days on Sussex Records – and they're heading more towards that ensemble sound that would drive the DC Go Go scene in the early 80s. The formula is heard to best effect on the big hit "Bustin Loose", an old school party funk jam that you'll probably recognize immediately – and which put Chuck and the group firmly back on the map for another few years! The group also does a pretty good remake of "If It Ain't Funky", which was on one of the earlier Soul Searchets albums – and the album includes the original cuts "Gotcha Now" and "Game Seven".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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