contains over 2000 audio clips of rare funk and soul 45 rpm singles recorded in the late 60s and early 70s with contributions from the world's top funk DJs and collectors. The music is often grittier than well known artists such as James Brown and has been ignored by the music industry for 40 years. While you're here don't forget to rate these funk records!!! more...
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Butler, Bobby and The Latinaires - Next Time You See Me 

Contributor: Funk jrs Pa
Rating: 6.03
Votes: 29
May 3 2007 3:30PM by Ericka Schiche
Bobby Butler, although born and raised in Arkansas and having later spent formative years in St. Louis, Missouri (he was part of the house band at Chuck Berry's club there), is known primarily as a Texas drummer and singer. Butler's ability to sing convincingly in Spanish (he is black), with the moniker "El Charro Negro", led to his involvement as a member of the Latinaires, a group known for its heavy emphasis on its horn section. After he returned to St. Louis to work as a postal inspector and to take care of his mother, Butler was contacted by Tony "Ham" Guerrero who asked him to join the Tortilla Factory. "Next Time You See Me" is an incredibly rare 45 with the flipside by Johnny Hernandez and the Latinaires' "My World is Empty Without You". This 45 was issued by the Teardrop label, which was based in Conroe, Texas and is known primarily for its Sunny and the Sunliners 45s.

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