The Getup ‎– Take You Down

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Our Label Records ‎– OUR45-013
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Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single
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A Take You Down
Written By – Ian Stevens , S.Patterson ,S.Wilcock , M.Ashfield ,L.Blackmore ,M.Claydon
B The Cover Up
Written By – Ian Stevens , M.Ashfield ,M.Claydon , L.Blackmore

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With their latest release, Our Label Records bring you two fresh slices of Funk from The Getup, UK based group, that has already made a mark in the Funk scene with two albums and a string of 7“ releases. With the upbeat Sister-Funk tune „Take You Down“ and the Carchase-theme-pace of „The Cover Up“ it is another strong double-sider for DJ’s, collectors and listeners worldwide.

Since starting their own breed of Hammond-heavy horn-laden Funk in 2004, The Getup have gathered an impressive group of fans including DJ Snowboy and Craig Charles alongside many club and festival goers in the UK and all over Europe. And they continue to impress musiclovers all over with appearances at the famous Jazz Cafe in London or the Saint Paul Soul Jazz Festival.

The Getup are Mark Ashfield (Hammond/Keys), Mark Claydon (Drums/perc), Ian Stevens (Bass), Lee Blackmore (Guitar), Stephen Wilcock (Sax/Flute), and Tristan Gaudion (Trumpet) supported on vocals by Sasha Patterson (vocals). Guest appearances from Ben Greenslade-Stanton (Trombone/The Mighty Mocambos) and Mark Norton (Sax/The Fantastics) can be heard on the trax.

>>> The Getup – Take You Down / The Cover Up

Available exclusively on Our Label Records vinyl 45.

Comes as a Limited Edition.

„Take You Down“ was written by Stevens, Patterson, Wilcock, Claydon, Ashfield and Blackmore
„The Cover Up“ was written by Stevens, Ashfield, Claydon and Blackmore

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funkhunter

funkhunter

October 11, 2015
Yet more deep heavy funk shizzle from the London funksta's.top notch femme vox funk on the A backed with some hammond fuelled bass n drum break wah ladened car chase mayhem on da flip. this funk is top dollar