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Bad Medicine - Trespasser Pt 2

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Whitney, Marva - Get Out Of My Life

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Wills, Viola - Sweetback

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Bascomb, Wilbur - Groove In 'G' 

Label: Carnival
Ref: CAR549
 
Rating: 7.72
Votes: 29
Oct 24 2007 3:05AM by Ericka Schiche
Based on the reference details, Carnival 549, the correct flip side is "Clap and Stomp". The Complete artist information as listed on the record is Wilbur Bascomb and the Blues Zodiact (this is how it's spelled on the record, but it's probably a misprint). Bascomb wrote and produced the record. If you're looking at the B side to Carnival 555, "Take Me Back" is listed as a record by a group called The Three Reasons. Bascomb, a bassist, has two nicknames, "Bad" and "Dud", and in the past he has collaborated with James Brown, Galt MacDermott, Reuben Wilson, Idris Muhammad and Bernard Purdie. Another title he is known for is "Black Grass". Bascomb, one of the top session players of the 1970s, also released an album in 1977 on the H and L label called "Wilbur Bascomb and Future Dreams".

Sep 4 2003 11:14PM by DigginFunk
Wilbur Bascomb and The Zodiact
A-side:Just A Groove In G
BPM: 108
B-side: Take Me Back performed by
The Three Reasons
Ref: CAR-555

Released on this New Jersey label in the late 60s and later used in the 45 phenomenon: Brainfreeze.



Soul Unlimited - Sagittarius

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