Can You Feel It ? Modern Soul, Disco And Boogie 1976-86 Vol 2 (Plus Bonus 45)


Format: LP, Vinyl

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Format: LP, Vinyl
Grade: New (About gradings)
SKU: 55534
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Second volume in this series that trawls deeper to unearth some prime obscurities between the mid 70s and mid 80s. The growling disco rarity ‘Put The Music In Your Ear’ from Cirt Gil & The Jam A Ditty Band has long been sought after, Maxwell’s bumping funker ‘Meltdown’ was canned for over 35 years before the Tramp label freed it while Dancer’s jazzy ‘Dear Wendy’ is a laid back slab of cosmic soul. The Trinidadian Tony Swamy And The Band Of Executives’ ‘How You Dance’ has an afro feel, Cecil Lyde’s mid tempo disco funker ‘Money’s Funny’ has a great percussion breakdown while Grayson Street’s obscure ‘Medicine Man’ tips a wink to Gwen McCrae’s ‘Rockin Chair’ Other highlights include the bubbling organ funk of ‘Mr Maurice’s ‘Love Me’, Harry Hann’s irresistible ‘Bump And Run’ and Gangster’s pounding disco effort ‘Can You Feel It’.

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