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What can we say? "Funky Worm" is a bit of history – a great goofy funky track, and one that's been sampled more times than we can count! It's got the funky granny, nice moogy bits, and a great gimmick that we totally love! "Paint Me" has a great slow-funk groove, too! 7-inch, Vinyl record
Two tasty disco groovers by this obscure RCA group – both with a nice European flair! "Voce Abousou" is the real winner here – a disco take on the funky samba tune by Antonio Carlos E Jocafi – done a bit smoother than the original, but with a nice dose of soul! 7-inch, Vinyl record
An early one from James – with a raw R&B groove on both tracks, and shouted vocals that strike right at the core of the songs! "Crazy" has kind of a "Night Train" beat to it – and "Lost Someone" is slower, with a bluesy slow vamp kind of approach that ... 7-inch, Vinyl record