with Readie Righteous

give the drummer some of this funky soul we got heah'...

Wednesday, February 22, 2017
11:00 to 14:00
Jazz, blues, funk, R&B, world

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Grady TateBe BlackBlack & Proud Vol. 1 Trikont
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James BrownAin't It Funky Now Pts. 1 & 2singleKing Records1970; RIP Clyde
Max Roach/Abbey LincolnTears for JohannesburgWe Insist! Freedom Now SuiteCandid2017; orig. 1960*
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Eddie KendricksBoogie DownOld School BoogieThump1973 C
James BrownCold Sweat Pts. 1 & 2Cold SweatKing Records1967
Sly & the Family StoneDance to the Medley (Music is Alive/Dance In/Music LoverDance to the MusicEpic1968
The MetersFire on the BayouUptown Rulers (Live on the Queen Mary)Rhinorecorded, 1975; released 1992 -Launch party for the McCartneys' Venus & Mars joint; the only live Meters release from their peak, the mid-1970's
James BrownI Got the Feelin'50th Anniversary CollectionUTV.
Gil Scott-HeronThe Get Out of the Ghetto BluesThe Revolution Will Not Be TelevisedBMG1974
John Lee HookerBoom BoomStanding in the Shadows of Morown.