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Blowfly On Tour

CD (Item 896535) Weird World/Hot Productions, Early 70s — Condition: Used
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Excellent stuff – and one of the funkiest albums ever cut by Blow Fly! This is his second LP – and it's a funky recounting of a successful tour around the US, with Blow telling the story of the trip, as the mood and groove changes from track to track, as the story moves from city to city. Blow's closest to his roots as Clarence Reid, soul singer, on this one – and the vocal style is great all the way through, with a hip mix of monologues and singing that's really great. Even better, though, is the band – which grooves with a mix of funky bass, hard drums, and tight riffing that makes us wish we'd been around to catch the tour! And not only that, the goofy cover is super-sexy-silly, just right for the LP!  © 1996-2019, Dusty Groove, Inc.
(Out of print.)

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