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Just For The Record

Mr Glass on October 18, 2010 09:22

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    "Just For The Record" Soul Funk Sampler. All original 45's. Relatively unmixed so you can savour the flavour of each nugget.

    Track Listing
    1. Get Down With It: Cashmere (1974 Babylon Records)
    2. Who Cares: The Fantoms (1972 Power Funksion Records)
    3. Hot Pants: Norma and the Heartaches (1969? Marmaduke Records)
    4. Cracker Jack: Mickey and his Mice (1970 Marti Records)
    5. Iron Leg: Mickey and the Soul Generation (1969 Maxwell Records)
    6. Super Sweet Girl Of Mine: 5 Miles Out (1973 Hot Line Records)
    7. Soul Stew Recipe: Walter Scott (1969 Pzazz Records)
    8. Land Of Love: Moon People (1968 Speed Records)
    9. Get Some: Wee Willie And The Winners (1973 Shotgun Records)
    10. This Party Is Just For You: Special Touch (1981 Brackett Records)
    11. Flakes Reprise: Flakes (1980 Magic Disc Records)
    12. Double Action: Sarr Band (1978 Calendar Records)

    4 Comments

    3 timed comments and 1 regular comment

    • ladymissj
      ladymissj at 5.55 on January 18, 2011 05:07

      mr glass what would i do without your mixes - thank you good sir :) x

    • DJ COOLHANDLUKE
      DJ COOLHANDLUKE at 19.10 on October 19, 2010 02:48

      Nice one young fella ,Its like a history lesson every time i listen to ya mixes wicked......

    • Mr Glass
      Mr Glass on October 18, 2010 12:33

      Not to my knowledge but sounds like it belongs. The Fantoms haled from New Orleans coming from the same fertile ground as The Meters and The Gaturs. Power Funksion was their own label and was only locally distributed, Im told....

    • Soul Of Sydney
      Soul Of Sydney at 4.31 on October 18, 2010 11:43

      nice nice.. was this used in a movie?

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