- 1. We Do 5.24 141 plays
- 2. Moonwalking 5.26 274 plays
- 3. Heavenly Ho 4.21 234 plays 68.0 BPM
- 4. Little Man featuring The Sweet Inspirations 3.42 201 plays
- 5. Funkulele 3.45 112 plays
- 6. Sublime 3.32 57 plays
- 7. Feed It 4.27 142 plays
- 8. Bad News Is Down 3.44 43 plays
- 9. Wonky Tonk 0.20 37 plays
- 10. Keep The Beat Alive 4.14 282 plays
- 11. Don't Do That (Get Down) 4.21 34 plays
- 12. Better Love 3.47 41 plays
- 13. I'm Moving On 1.44 102 plays
- 1. Olivia Newton John - Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad (Lo Five refix) 5.22 387 plays
- 2. Olivia Newton John - The Rain, The Park And Other Things (Lo Five refix) 2.28 669 plays
- 3. Emika - 3 Hours (Goodman Alan's Lo Five Redux) 5.21 212 plays
- 4. Hermitude - Speak Of The Devil (Lo Five's F.U.N.K.box refix) 4.11 421 plays
- 5. PVT - Homosapien (Goodman Alan's Lo Five F.U.N.K.box studio remix) 4.00 35 plays
In a world of sample mediocrity and regurgitated rehashes, Lo Five stand in stark and shining contrast, beckoning all brave adventurers to a brighter and funkier future.
This enigmatic outfit is given its funky foundation by the formidable creative combination of Alan Goodman and Tam Morris. Between them they have toured, remixed, written for, recorded or worked with the likes of Olivia Newton John, The Sweet Inspirations, Jools Holland, Sly & Robbie, Skunkhour, Alex Lloyd, Fantine, Christine Anu, Jenny Morris, Jazzanova, Jahcoozi, Coda, Rephrase, Jamie Lloyd and many more in between.
Now, fresh out of the studio from recording their soon to be released debut album - Singularity - you can expect a swag of original grooves that dip in and out of flavours from across the skein of funk history from p-funk to soul to electro funk to rhythm & blues.
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