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Tell Everybody/Honey From The Jar

12-inch (Item 416544) Columbia, 1979 — Condition: Used
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2 groovers from Herbie's Feets album – both of which have an uptempo pre-Rockit dancefloor approach! "Tell Everybody" starts with plenty of keys and synth from Herbie – but then rolls into some fuller vocals from a group – singing righteous chorus vocals a bit, but then stepping back to let a mighty nice percussion breakdown take over! "Honey" is slower and funkier – still a vocal number, but with some nice vocoded vocals that groove with the beat in a sweet pre-electro way! (White label promo.)  © 1996-2017, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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