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We Got A Good Thing Going - Street Corner Symphony (2) - Little Funk Machine (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Street Corner Symphony put out a couple of singles on Bang a year or so before "Little Funk Machine", with production by Michael Zager. Essentially a vocal quintet, three of its members, (Jesse Harris, Milton Hayes and Lawrence Miller) had started out in Los Angeles group The Marvellos (aka The Sons Of Watts) during the sixties.
  2. Mar 28,  · Little Funk Machine, an Album by Street Corner Symphony. Released in on ABC (catalog no. R ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Soul/5(1).
  3. inimricviamawonroucalsajewhizzde.coinfo Corner Symphony inimricviamawonroucalsajewhizzde.coinfo Machine inimricviamawonroucalsajewhizzde.coinfo Got A Good Thing Going. SIDE-B inimricviamawonroucalsajewhizzde.coinfo Game To Playu inimricviamawonroucalsajewhizzde.coinfo’s What Girls Are Made For 3.I’ll Fly Away inimricviamawonroucalsajewhizzde.coinfo On Baby (Dance With Me) 試聴ファイルリンク: 試聴ファイル. 商品詳細ページへ アーティスト名:Street People タイトル:Street People(LP) レーベル.
  4. 7" Single on 45cat: Street Corner Symphony - Funk Machine / Come On Baby (Dance With Me) - ABC - USA - AB
  5. Street Corner Symphony. Little Funk Machine LP (Item ) ABC, Out Of Stock LP, Vinyl record album. Related searches. LP, Vinyl record album. Charles Mann Say You Love Me Too. ABC, Very Good.
  6. Sep 11,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - STREET CORNER SYMPHONY NO GAME TO PLAY YouTube O.V. Wright - God Blessed Our Love~When a Man Loves a Woman~That's How Strong My Love Is - Duration: Jr Fender.
  7. An obscure vocal group that we know little about – but who have a strong harmony sound that reminds us of the best of the second wave of east coast groups from the mid 70s. HB Barnum produced the album, but it's got more of Philly sound than Barnum's older Detroit soul – with a mix of LP, Vinyl record album.
  8. A rock-solid groove machine from The JBs – an album that's a bit different than their earlier sides for People Records, yet still pretty wonderful overall! The approach is more club than funk – yet the grooves are still mostly live ensemble playing – kind of a ratcheted-up version of the JBs' style, and very similar to the groove that James Brown himself was hitting at the end of the 70s!

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