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FUNK45.com 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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Dayton Sidewinders - Go Ahead On

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Getto Kitty - Stand Up And Be Counted

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Cook, Bobby Quartette - Riding High

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Ebony Rhythm Band - Soul Heart Transplant 

Label: Lamp
 
Rating: 6.83
Votes: 29
Sep 1 2007 7:29PM by Ericka Schiche
Herb Miller owned the Lamp label. Drummer Matthew "Phatback" Watson got his start with his friend Jimmy Williams in The Golden Soul Showband, which backed Baby Leon. The serendipitous discovery of a copy of Ebony magazine inspired the group to choose their name. In the liner notes to Soul Heart Transplant: The LAMP Sessions Watson said the group was inspired musically by Spencer Davis' rhythm patterns (for "Drugs Ain't Cool"), The Meters, and The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band.

Apr 10 2006 9:38AM by BAZ
reissued on Now-Again in 2003 backed with "Drugs Ain't Cool"

Nov 22 2001 6:18PM by BlackMagic
The Ebony Rhythm Band is: Matthew "Phatback" R. Watson -Drums, Lester "Lammy" L. Johnson -Bass, Robert "Master Boobie" L. Townsend, R.I.P.-Guitar, John "Ricky" R. Jackson-Organ. In the late 60's and early 70's they served as the house band for LAMP Records out of Indianapolis, Indiana, resulting in excellent backing tracks for local Naptown artists such as, The Vanguards, Pearls, Indys, Montiques, e.t.c. and of course recording their own, VERY elusive, psychedelic tinged, single, "Soul Heart Transplant" and "Drugs Ain't Cool". This legendary Indianapolis group later became known as Ebony Rhythm Funk Campaign. Look out for an unreleased album by The Ebony Rhythm Band and EPOXY in 2002. EPOXY is the Ebony Rhythm drummers group after he left E.R.F.C. and decided to do his own thing. The album will be titled, THE EPOXY THEORY.

Jul 20 2001 8:17AM by Florian Keller
Lamp 6510, produced by Herb Miller b/w "Drugs ain't cool" also highly sought-after by psychedelic collectors



Bad Medicine - Trespasser Pt 2

Commodores, The - Keep On Dancing

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