Monday, December 13, 2010

VA - Blue Brazil Vol 3: Blue Note in a Latin Groove (2000)

Artist: VA
Title Of Album: Blue Brazil Vol 3: Blue Note in a Latin Groove
Year Of Release: 2000
Label: Blue Note
Genre: Bossa Nova, Latin Jazz
Quality: 320kbs
Total Time: 01:02:24
Total Size: 140mb

Continuing its reputation for releasing excellent jazz and world music, the Blue Note label has issued the third volume of Blue Brazil. Although many of the traditional Brazilian artists on this compilation might be unknown to North American audiences, the bossa nova sound will always be familiar. For Blue Brazil, Vol. 3, Mark Taylor dove deep into the archives to pull together a unique collection of rare and obscure music in the bossa nova tradition. None of the tracks have been previously released on compilations or LP reissues in Japan or Europe, making this album even more of a gem. The Brazilian sound is made complete with a touch of samba, compliments of a Monsueto track from the early '60s. For fans of Brazilian music or just beginners looking to learn, Blue Brazil, Vol. 3 comes highly recommended. ~ Diana Potts

The album is good! If you enjoy Blue Note or Brazilian music then its more than worth the small price. Blue Note fans will particularly enjoy this album as the fusion of styles is well suited and executed.
The album starts off in high spirits of the Samba then meanders through the Blue notes of Brazil, excellent for dinner parties or nights in.

However the only point of caution would be to those of you who would be into hard core Brazilian Music, then this might not be your favorite cup of tea, all be it one to which you may wish to experience. ~ John Duff


01 Taiguara – Samba Das Cinco
02 Formula 7 – Ponteio
03 Nelsinho E Sua Orquestra – Upa Neguinho
04 Claudia – Deixa Eu Dizer
05 Elza Soares & Roberto Ribeiro – O Que Vem De Baixo Nao Me Atinge
06 Wilson Simonal – Tudo De Voce
07 Monsueto – Bateria E Solo De Percurssao
08 Leny Andrade – Nao Adianta
09 Luiz Gonzaga Jr. – Galope
10 Som Imaginario – Mar Azul
11 Golden Boys – Berimbau
12 Leny Andrade – Alvoroco
13 Milton Banana Trio- Vou Deitar E Rolar
14 Nelsinho E Sua Orquestra – Chove Chuva
15 Taiguara – A Volta Do Passaro Amerindio
16 Wanderlea – Antes Que A Cidade Durma
17 Danilo Caymmi – Ponta Negra
18 Elza Soares E Miltinho – Mal De Amor
19 Egberto Gismonte – Educacao Sentimental
20 Os Borges – Em Familia
21 Marcos Valle – Os Grilos

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VA - Blue Brazil Vol 2: Blue Note in a Latin Groove (1997)

VA - Blue Brazil Vol 2: Blue Note in a Latin Groove
Release - 1997
Label: Blue Note Records
Audio CD: November 22, 1997
Quality: CBR 320 kbps

... I grew to appreciate this one more. At first listen, you're thrown off because it's so much different from the first one, released a few years earlier in the mid 90s (this one's from 1997). Featuring Brazilian tracks with a pretty "blue note" type of vibe, but really loaded with funk & some soul, this is a sampler of some pretty sweet clasics from the 60's and 70's (give or take a few). The funny thing is that today, I listened to a few albums I hadn't heard in a long time, so I felt like comparing Blue Brazil 2 with Beleza Tropical and Brazilian Beats.

Starting out with Antonio & Adolofo's "Transamazonica", you know you're in for a pretty sweet, jazzed up trip. While you've got some original glory featured here, do note that in early 07', it was featured on Far Out's "Brazilika", given a Daz-I-Que edit under the title "Luizao". Wilson Simonal had a nice rendition of a Moacir Santos classic here with "Nana". And how about Elza Soares' "Deixa A Negar Gingar". Once married to the "Joy of the People" (Garrincha), Elza had so much power and spirit in her voice, and was so popular the same could also be said of her. Milton Banana which his distinct sound, light bossa and gentle sway chipped in with a few great songs too. Also check out the Quarteto Em Cy version of "Tudo Que Voce Podia Ser" - nice. It's been done quite a few times, maybe more notably recent versions by fusion legends Azymuth. But I think the real cool track here is the pretty emotional "Libera Nos" by Edu Lobo. The intro's so cool - in about 1996 or so, a French jazz group featuring Salome De Bahia named "Reminiscence Quartet" released a song titled "Inspiration" which featured the beginning of this song. Fitting, really considering Edu Lobo's sometimes overlooked musical genius.

All in all, this was a very good compilation of songs. Not all of the songs I liked now or back when I first got this several years ago ("Also Sprach Zarathustra" being one, even though it was a very influential song. But listening to it now, I can appreciate more of the songs. There's some real quality here and some really cool, funky and groovy old sounds and auras from Brasil from 30-40 years ago. The politics, the poverty, the crime and desparation but still the breath-taking beauty and art in such an amazing place. Check it out! And it placed a bit above Brazilian Beats (vol 1) and Beleza Tropical to me. Different concepts, but altogether different quality too. The good thing with this compilation is that they proudly trumpet that Brazilian music is much more than "The Girl from Ipanema" and they do a great job showing it. ~ bordersj2

Fantastic! And every bit as wonderful as volume one. Put together by the guys at Mr. Bongo, this volume 2 features more rare Brazilian gems from the Brazilian EMI/Odeon catalog. The selection is stunning, and filled with material that will make your jaw drop! Way beyond the usual bossa stuff, this one includes amazing fusion, cool grooy sounding stuff, and haunting cuts that are beyond description. Great stuff, and a fantastic introduction to the kind of grooves that have been driving the international Brazilian scene. ~ Dusty Groove

VA - Blue Brazil Vol 2: Blue Note in a Latin Groove Tracks:
01 Antonio Adolfo & A Brazuca - Transamazonica 3:17
02 Silvio Cezar & Meirelles - Sambo Do Carioca 1:59
03 Wilson Simonal - Nana 2:53
04 Os Tres Morais - Freio Aerodinamico 2:41
05 Quinteto Villa Lobos & Luiz Eça - Reflexos 2:21
06 Elza Soares - Deixa A Nega Gingar 2:21
07 Quarteto Em Cy - Tudo Que Você Podia Ser 2:43
08 Di Melo - A Vida Em Seus Metodos Diz Calma 3:46
09 Luiz Gonzaga Jnr - Moleque 4:28
10 Milton Banana - Ladeira Da Preguice 2:30
11 Milton Banana - Procissao 2:13
12 Elza Soares - Mas Que Nada 2:27
13 Som Três - Jungle 3:27
14 Edu Lobo - Vento Bravo 3:30
15 Meirelles - Also Sprach Zarathustra 3:59
16 Leny Andrade - Estamos Al 3:08
17 Quarteto Novo - Ponteio 2:41
18 Edu Lobo - Libera Nos 3:41

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VA - Blue Brazil Vol 1: Blue Note in a Latin Groove (1994)

VA - Blue Brazil Vol 1: Blue Note in a Latin Groove
Label: Blue Note Records
Audio CD: January 26, 1999
Release: 1994
Quality: CBR 320 kbps

I cannot believe it took me this long to "discover" this CD. It is remarkable with terrific tracks and a seemingly natural flowing feel about it. From the opening track, you are transported to Brazil and have the feel of the music and the inspiration of the new movement and the next generation of Brazilian musicians and stars.
The biggest standout track to me is Joyce's "Aldeia de Ogum". It displays her range and the shows how she could use her voice as an instrument just like the other top divas of Sarah Vaugh and Flora Purim. Other notable artists were Edu Lobo, Marcos Valle, Eumir Deodoto and Milton Banana Trio.

After giving it a listen, you wonder why Sergio Mendes version of Ponteio wasn't included. But it doesn't stop you from enjoying it. I recommend this CD. ~ bordersj2

To talk about Brazil is to evoke the musical paradise per excellence, the untiring joy, the delirious football, its dreamy beaches, its eternal sun. that successful cornucopia has allowed to nourish an intense musicality as well musical styles, including Joven Guarda in the 50?s, samba and MPB in the 60's and 70's. That impressive crossroads of cultures; European, African and Indian. Furthermore, Brazil has inspired the jazz and vice versa with fabulous results.

This album incorporates a very valuable set of singers, ensembles between 1965 and 1980, and it constitutes an admirable tour de force throughout the Brazilian music: Quarteto Novo, Joyce, Milton banana Trio, Eumir Deodato and the delirious singer Elza Soares

If you go for this album, you will make a wise choice. ~ Hiram Gomez Pardo

This inspiring, romp of an album never let's up! The corny cover of a Carmen Miranda with fruit bowl hat is not a good indication of the quality of the music which is seriously brilliant (and there are no Carmen Miranda songs). Joyce's dazzling, virtuosic, "Aldea de ogum" is a standout track but this collection of rare material from the 1960s to the 1990s is remarkable for its consistent high quality. "Blue Brazil" belongs with other essential Brazilian compilation CDs like "Canta Brazil -The Great Brazilian Songbook" and "Beleza Tropical 1". ~ Jeff Burgess

VA - Blue Brazil Vol 1: Blue Note in a Latin Groove Tracks:
01 Luiz Arruda Paez - Upa Neguinho 2:36
02 Alaide Costa - Catavento 2:42
03 Mandrake Som - Berimbau 4:06
04 Quarteto Novo - Vim De Santana 5:13
05 Perry Ribiero / Bossa 3 - Deus Brasiliero 1:55
06 Milton Banana Trio - Primitivo 2:41
07 Milton Banana Trio - Noa Noa 1:59
08 Edu Lobo - Viola Fora De Moda 2:51
09 Bossa 3 - Nao Me Diga Adeus 3:33
10 Marcos Valle - Batucada Sergiu 2:18
11 Joyce - Aldeia De Ogum 4:35
12 Lo Borges - Tudo Que Voce Podia Ser 3:48
13 Som Três - Homenagem A Mongo 4:23
14 Elza Soares - Deixa Isso Pra La 2:31
15 Quarteto Novo - Misturada 4:19
16 Eumir Deodato - Bebe 2:31
17 Johnny Alf Um Tema P'ro Simon 3:09

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Wednesday, December 08, 2010

Fiesta Del Funk Naciente ( Buenos Aires ) Argentina

Idéia mas que acertada do meu amigo de Buenos Aires Dj Lenni,a festa " Funk Naciente " de Natal,grande Dj produtor e agitador cultural portenho Dj Lenni produz e toca na festa que ele idealizou a 8 anos,neste ano resolveu fazer essa festa especial de Natal que contara alés de mim varios outros artistas como " Brow Sugar" grande nome do R&B portenho, Hermano Del Spacio outro grande Baixista e também exelente Dj estara presente.
Se algun amigo estiver em Buenos aires nesse mes de dezembro convido a estar conosco nesse comemoração de Natal com muito Funk.

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VA - The Ultimate Motown Christmas Collection (2CD) 2009

Artist: VA
Title Of Album: The Ultimate Motown Christmas Collection
Year Of Release: October 13, 2009
Label: Motown / Universal
Genre: Pop, Soul, R&B
Quality: MP3 / Joint Stereo
Bitrate: VBR kbit/s / 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 115:15 min
Total Size: 164,8 MB

Product Description
The first 2-CD Motown Christmas collection! This album features classic Motown renditions of seasonal favorites, from just about every great Motown artist, from Smokey Robinson to Stevie Wonder, the Jackson 5 to The Supremes, Marvin Gaye to Johnny Gill, the Temptations to Boyz II Men. Plus, the album includes over a dozen rare SEASON'S GREETINGS MESSAGES from Michael Jackson, Smokey Robinson, the Temptations, Jr. Walker, The Commodores, and more! Bonus tracks are two beautifully rendered "stripped mixes" of Silent Night and A Child Is Waiting.


Disc 1
01. The Jackson 5 - Santa Claus Is Coming To Town 02:23
02. Stevie Wonder - What Christmas Means To Me 02:28
03. Eddie Kendricks - Season's Greetings From Eddie Kendricks 00:10
04. The Temptations - Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer 02:57
05. The Supremes - Season's Greetings From The Supremes 00:08
06. The Supremes - My Favorite Things 02:47
07. Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - Deck The Halls / Bring A Torch, Jeannette, Isabella 04:02
08. Stevie Wonder - Ave Maria 03:57
09. Thelma Houston - Season's Greetings From Thelma Houston 00:08
10. The Supremes - Joy To The World 02:09
11. Smokey Robinson - God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen 03:09
12. The Supremes - Silver Bells 02:59
13. Stevie Wonder - Someday At Christmas 02:50
14. Jr. Walker - Season's Greetings From Jr. Walker 00:28
15. The Funk Brothers - Winter Wonderland 02:01
16. Smokey Robinson - Jingle Bells 02:46
17. Commodores - Season's Greetings From The Commodores 00:16
18. The Temptations - My Christmas Tree 03:15
19. The Supremes - White Christmas 03:53
20. The Velvelettes - Season's Greetings From The Velvelettes 00:07
21. Four Tops - Merry Christmas Baby 05:05
22. Johnny Gill - Give Love On Christmas Day 04:31
23. Marvin Gaye - Christmas In The City 03:16
24. The Temptations - Season's Greetings From The Temptations 00:07
25. The Temptations - Silent Night 02:23

Disc 2
01. Smokey Robinson - Season's Greetings From Smokey Robinson 00:08
02. Smokey Robinson & The Temptations - The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas To You) 02:55
03. The Supremes - Children's Christmas Song 02:50
04. David Ruffin - Season's Greetings From David Ruffin 00:08
05. The Temptations - The Little Drummer Boy 03:22
06. The Jackson 5 - I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus 02:56
07. Four Tops - Season's Greetings From The Four Tops 00:08
08. Four Tops - Christmas Here With You 05:07
09. Diana Ross - This Christmas 04:07
10. Willie Hutch - Season's Greetings From Willie Hutch 00:13
11. The Boys - Christmas Cheer 04:14
12. Boyz II Men - Let It Snow 04:11
13. The Spinners - Season's Greetings From The Spinners 00:08
14. Smokey Robinson - Christmas Everyday 02:39
15. Stevie Wonder - One Little Christmas Tree 02:48
16. Martha & The Vandellas - Season's Greetings From Martha & The Vandellas 00:07
17. Smokey Robinson - Noel 02:24
18. Marvin Gaye - Purple Snowflakes 02:55
19. The Elgins - Season's Greetings From The Elgins 00:05
20. Kim Weston - Wish You A Merry Christmas 02:48
21. Smokey Robinson - It's Christmas Time 03:28
22. Shorty Long - Season's Greetings From Shorty Long 00:07
23. The Twistin' Kings - Xmas Twist 02:44
24. Marvin Gaye - I Want To Come Home For Christmas 03:24
25. Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - Season's Greetings From Smokey Robinson & The Miracles 00:08
26. Smokey Robinson - A Child Is Waiting 02:56

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VA - Funky Christmas (1976)

Artist: VA
Title Of Album: Funky Christmas
Year Of Release: 1976
Label: Cotillion Rec.
Genre: Funk
Quality: 128kbs
Total Time: 00:48:11
Total Size: 45mb


01 - Luther - May Christmas Bring You Happiness
02 - John Edwards - The Christmas Song
03 - Willis Jackson - I'll Be Home For Christmas
04 - Margie Joseph - Christmas Gift
05 - Lou Donaldson - Jingle Bells
06 - Impressions - Silent Night
07 - Impressions - I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus
08 - John Edwards - White Christmas
09 - Lou Donaldson - What Are You Doing New Year's Eve
10 - Luther - At Christmas Time
11 - Margie Joseph - Feeling Like Christmas
12 - Willis Jackson - Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas

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Tuesday, December 07, 2010

Tom Tom Club - Tom Tom Club (1981)

Artist: Tom Tom Club
Title Of Album: Tom Tom Club
Year Of Release: June 23, 1981
Label: Warner Bros. Records
Genre: Electronic, Dub, Synth-pop, Disco, Funk, Soul, Pop Rock
Quality: mp3
Bitrate: VBR kbps
Total Time: 63:03 min
Total Size: 94.1 mb
WebSite: Tom Tom Club


01. Wordy Rappinghood
02. Genius Of Love
03. Tom Tom Theme
04. L' lphant
05. As Above, So Below
06. Lorelei
07. On, On, On, On...
08. Booming And Zooming
09. Under The Boardwalk
10. Lorelei (Remix)
11. Wordy Rappinghood (Remix)
12. Genius Of Love (Long Version)

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U.S. group formed at the start of the '80's by Tina Weymouth and Chris Frantz of Talking Heads. Other members of the group were Steve Scales, Alex Weir, Tyrone Downie and Tina's sisters Loric, Lani and Laura.

Although originally established as a side project, the Tom Tom Club enjoyed early success with hits such as "Genius of Love" and "Wordy Rappinghood", which were taken from their self-titled first album which was released on Sire in the US and Island Records elsewhere in 1981.

"Genius of Love" has been sampled or reinterpreted by many artists, including rapper Redman, Funkdoobiest and Mariah Carey in her hit single "Fantasy". "It's Nasty" (1982) by Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five was one of the early rap versions of the song - however, the sample was re-recorded by a live band, as was common practice at the time. Another version, "Genius Rap" (1981), by Dr. Jeckyll & Mr. Hyde was the first version.

Monday, December 06, 2010

VA - How Many Roads: Black America Sings Bob Dylan (2010)

Bob Dylan is not a black artist; not thought of as an R&B/soul/blues artist; and not even especially thought of as a songwriter often covered by African Americans. Yet his compositions have garnered their share of interpretations by black musicians, and 20 such covers from 1964-1990 were assembled for this unusual compilation. The Ace label excels at putting together imaginative, cross-licensed anthologies bridging different eras and styles, as well as combining material by stars and unknowns, and How Many Roads: Black America Sings Bob Dylan is no exception. None of these tracks were hits, but the majority of the performers were either very popular (Nina Simone, Solomon Burke, Gary "U.S." Bonds, Booker T. Jones, Esther Phillips, Brook Benton, the Isley Brothers, the Neville Brothers, the O'Jays, the Staple Singers, Patti LaBelle) or had a solid level of niche popularity (the Persuasions, Howard Tate, Freddie Scott, Bobby Womack). Most of the songs date from the '60s, but a couple post-'60s compositions do dot the program.

But while there's no faulting this CD on packaging grounds (including Ace's usual excellent liner notes), the music isn't quite as exciting as it is historically interesting. For the most part, these don't rate among either the best or more inventive Dylan covers. They're often simply competent tracks done in a more soul-oriented style than these items usually are. Highlights are naturally the cuts where performers strongly imprint their own personalities or come up with a particularly effective arrangement, like Nina Simone's impassioned "Just Like a Woman"; the Isley Brothers' SPAMisingly restrained and heartfelt "Lay Lady Lay"; the Persuasions' a cappella "The Man in Me"; and the Staple Singers' "Masters of War," which with a 1964 recording date goes back to their folk days. It might be a little harsh to suggest that some of the lesser efforts verge on forced novelty, but certainly Solomon Burke's strange 1965 version of "Maggie's Farm" does not play to that great soul singer's strengths. Other items are not so much worthy of praise or criticism as they are fairly perfunctory or unremarkable. It's also undeniable that this is missing some of the best and most famous African American Dylan covers, like Jimi Hendrix's "All Along the Watchtower," Richie Havens' "Just Like a Woman," Stevie Wonder's "Blowin' in the Wind," or (to dig a little deeper) anything from Odetta's fine Odetta Sings Dylan album. There might be room for such selections on subsequent volumes, however, and overall this does a commendable job of putting an eclectic mix of lesser-celebrated Dylan covers in one place.

01. Blowin' In the Wind - O.V. Wright
02. Girl From the North Country - Howard Tate
03. I Pity the Poor Immigrant - Marion Williams
04. Maggie's Farm - Solomon Burke
05. Don't Think Twice, It's Alright - Brook Benton
06. From a Buick 6 - Gary "U.S." Bonds
07. Man In Me, The - The Persuasions
08. Like a Rolling Stone - Major Harris
09. With God On Our Side - Neville Brothers
10. Mr Tambourine Man - Con Funk Shun
11. Masters of War - The Staple Singers
12. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight - Bill Brandon
13. Most Likely You Go Your Way and I'll Go Mine - Patti LaBelle
14. Knockin' On Heaven's Door - Booker T. Jones
15. All Along the Watchtower - Bobby Womack
16. Just Like a Woman - Nina Simone
17. I Shall Be Released - Freddie Scott
18. Lay Lady Lay - The Isley Brothers
19. Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You - Esther Phillips
20. Emotionally Yours - The O'Jays

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Indigo Jam Unit & Flexlife - Vintage Black (2009)


Track list:
01. Love love love (Donny Hathaway)
02. I believe in miracles (Jackson Sisters)
03. My cherie amour (Stevie Wonder)
04. Never can say goodbye (The Jackson Five)
05. The makings of you (Curtis Mayfield)
06. Lady day & John Coltrane (Gil Scott-Heron)
07. It's a shame (The Spinners)

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Vintage Black is the second of three releases in successive months from Indigo Jam Unit. December 2008 saw the release of the superb Pirates, and this album sees them embarking on a slightly different project, working with label mates Flexlife - an acoustic soul duo consisting of Rie Aoqi on vocals and Ken Okura on guitar.
Given the success that Indigo Jam Unit have had, imagine that this album is intended to show a different side to their music and also raise the profile of Flexlife. For this collaboration, the musicians decide to cover some classic soul songs from the sixties and seventies, and given that they have dipped into the songbooks of Donny Hathaway, Stevie Wonder, The Jackson Five, Gil Scott-Heron and Curtis Mayfield, you could say that they have set themselves up for a fall. It's almost as if someone has raided their collection of Free Soul compilations and selected their favourite songs.

Parliament - P.Funk Earth Tour (1977)

Artist: Parliament
Title Of Album: P.Funk Earth Tour
Year Of Release: 1977 (1991)
Label: Casablanca Records
Genre: P.Funk, Soul
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: CBR 320kbps
Total Time: 01:15:47
Total Size: 180MB (Covers)


01. P. Funk (Wants To Get Funked Up) (6:13)
02. Dr. Funkenstein's Supergroovalisticprosifunkstication Medley (4:58)
03. Do That Stuff (5:14)
04. The Landing (Of The Holy Mothership) (3:04)
05. The Undisco Kidd (The Girl Is Bad!) (7:02)
06. Children Of Productions (2:50)
07. Mothership Connection (Star Child) (5:51)
08. Swing Down, Sweet Chariot (5:06)
09. This Is The Way We Funk With You (5:03)
10. Dr. Funkenstein (15:07)
11. Gamin' On Ya! (4:09)
12. Tear The Roof Off The Sucker Medley (4:57)
13. Night Of The Thumpasorus Peoples (6:13)

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Fatback - Gigolo (1981)

Artist: Fatback
Title Of Album: Gigolo
Year Of Release: 1981
Label: Spring Records
Genre: Soul, Funk, Disco
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: CBR 320kbps
Total Time: 40:39
Total Size: 100MB


1. Rockin' To The Beat (5:26)
2. Rub Down (5:48)
3. I'm So In Love (4:25)
4. Higher (4:12)
5. Do It ('Til The Feelin' Runs Out) (4:09)
6. Gigolo (6:07)
7. Oh Girl (5:12)
8. Na Na, Hey, Hey, Kiss Her Goodbye (5:20)

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Sun - Wanna Make Love (1976)

Artist: Sun
Title Of Album: Wanna Make Love
Year Of Release: 1976
Label: Toshiba EMI Ltd
Genre: Funk, Soul, Disco
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: CBR 256kbps
Total Time: 41:01
Total Size: 78MB


01. Live On, Dream On (4:49)
02. Tell The People (3:11)
03. My Woman (5:10)
04. They're Calling For Me (7:05)
05. Wanna Make Love (3:36)
06. Love Is Never Sure (4:52)
07. The Show Is Over (3:59)
08. It's Killing Me (4:18)
09. Give Your Love To Me (4:01)

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B.T. Express - The Best Of B.T. Express (1997)


B.T. Express
Title Of Album: The Best Of B.T. Express
Year Of Release: 1997
Label: Rhino
Genre: Disco, Funk
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: CBR 320kbps
Total Time: 01:18:34
Total Size: 187MB


01. Do It ('Til You're Satisfied) (5:54)
02. This House Is Smokin' (2:16)
03. Express (5:08)
04. If It Don't Turn You On (You Oughta' Leave It Alone) (5:30)
05. Once You Get It (3:20)
06. Mental Telepathy (4:03)
07. Give It What You Got (4:20)
08. Peace Pipe (6:06)
09. Close To You (5:40)
10. Can't Stop Groovin' Now, Wanna Do It Some More (5:56)
11. Energy To Burn (6:05)
12. Shout It Out (5:56)
13. Give Up The Funk (Let's Dance) (6:18)
14. Does It Feel Good (6:25)
15. Stretch (5:37)

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