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Players Association/Turn The Music Up!

CD (Item 535628) Ace (UK), Late 70s — Condition: Used
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Great little stuff from The Players Association – one of those groups that you want to write off as throwaway disco before you listen, but who have a great sound when you really get into their music. Jazzman Chris Hills was at the head of the group, and he plays drums in the funky group that includes Joe Farrell, Jon Faddis, and Ray Mantilla. The first record on the CD is probably their best – and it includes the funky cut "I Like It", which has a nice break in the beginning, plus the tracks "Let's Groove", "Hustlin", "Moon In Pisces", and a sweet cover of "For The Love Of You". Turn The Music Up features a similar groove, perhaps a bit slicker, but still nice and funky. Titles include "Everybody Dance", "Ride The Groove", "The Closer I Get To You", and "I Wish".  © 1996-2015, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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