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Its Too Funky In Here - Various - Ice Cool Soul (CD)

2 Oct

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of It's Too Funky In Here on Discogs. Label: Polydor - PD D • Format: Vinyl 12 James Brown - It's Too Funky In Here (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(40).
  2. Jan 20,  · Jazz and Blues Music» Soul, Funk, RnB» Prince - Purple Underground Volume Four: It's Too Funky In Here () FLAC Genres: Soul, Funk, RnB , 1 musiclover All music Prince.
  3. Huh! Toooo funky, too funky in here! Yow! It’s a little known fact (you wouldn’t believe how little known) that I share my birthday with the Godfather of Soul, and this has been a problem for.
  4. Aug 07,  · The fantastic first album from Exile One – a group who recorded more mainstream work in Paris later in their career – but who really sound fierce and funky here right at the start! The sound is lean, stripped-down, and a lot more aimed towards American soul than you'd guess from their.
  5. A pivotal album for The Commodores – still very funky here, with a sound that stays true to their roots – yet also able to reach out into some of the mature mellow ballads that would make them a huge crossover act in years to come! James Carmichael arranges and produces here – really helping the group to find that key focus, and make some.
  6. Sealed. This is what it says, that the record is still held fast in shrink-wrap. We tend to be pretty suspicious about these things, so if the shrink-wrap doesn't look original, or if the record seems to have undergone some damage over time, we'll probably take it out of the wrapper to ensure that it's in good shape — which is why we don't have more of these.
  7. "Cool As Ice (Everybody Get Loose)" is a song written by Vanilla Ice, Gail "Sky" King and Jennece "Princessa" Moore, and performed by American rapper Vanilla Ice featuring vocals from English model Naomi Campbell.
  8. "It's Too Funky in Here" is a song recorded by James Brown. Released as a single in May , it charted #15 R&B. It also appeared on the album The Original Disco Man. Critic Robert Christgau praised the song as the "disco disc of the year".

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