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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Pamoja - Oooh, Baby

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Fabulous Souls - Take Me

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King, Bobby & His Silver Fox Band - Fat Bag

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Martinis - Hung Over 

Label: Gold Soul
Rating: 6
Votes: 28
Nov 30 2004 6:55AM by Daniel GOC
Also released on CD compilation "It came from Memphis" (1995 Upstart Sounds). "Hung over" is the only valuable item on the CD.
Musicians: Packy Axton (sax), Hubby Michell (keyboard), Leroy Hodges (bass), Teenie Hodges (guitar), "Bongo" Johnny Keys (percussion), Carl Lee Cunningham (drums)

Dec 2 2001 2:17PM by Luc Heymans
The Martinis track on the "Vital Organs" compilation is "Bullseye", released on the U.S.A. label (#893).

Mar 15 2001 11:42AM by primitive sound system
The other side of that amazing 45 can be found on the "Vital Organs:Vol.One" compilation. You should post that on the site as well. Great track.

Mar 15 2001 2:24AM by Josh B
Backed with~ Late Late Party which is equally good pre funk. Writers~ J. Keyes, A. Mitchell, C. Axton, M. Hodges, and L. Hodges. This is probably a pretty important Memphis record, with Leroy Hodges on Bass! This seems to predate all the Hi Records sessions with Al Green and Ann Peebles. Cool label, it's on Memphis 24k Golden Soul Bar Records! Maybe an answer record to the Mar Keys "Last Night"....

Oct 29 2000 9:21AM by Christian Mikkelsen
I have this on another label. Bar I think it is and It's Bar-101 or something.

Big Ella - Too Hot To Hold

Soul Destroyers, The - Blow Your Top Pt1

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