Thomas Bucknasty ‎– Blast-O-Funk

RCA ‎– AFL1-3430
Vinyl, LP, Album


A1 Blast-O-Funk 6:58
A2 Locket In The Pocket 5:40
A3 That's What I'm Hoping Now 4:56
B1 Turn It Loose 5:20
B2 Flashback 4:11
B3 Does This Mean Our Love Is Over 3:56
B4 Rock Til You Don't Care 5:46



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May 27, 2008
edited over 4 years ago

This is a great Funk record.
Thomas Bucknasty is now coming back on the scene today but with a much more blues / hard rhythm & Blues Band and naturally he sings with a more mature voice.
In the time this one-shot LP sold bad and Thomas Bucknasty eclipsed to more religious and underground music activities.
But this LP is unique !
It has a strong hardcore funk feeling but with something on its own.
Not really P-Funk not Disco Funk nor sophisti-funk a pure raw sound sustained with the powerfull voice of Thomas McNeil.
An overall "macho-funk feeling" emanates from this LP
Imagine a mixture of Parliament, Shotgun, The Bar-Kays, Cameo and Larry Graham but with a "preacher-like" Lead Voice.
Tight Drums Funky Electric Bass Punchy Horns, Black-Rock Guitars, Wicked Background voices and simple but nice arrangements are the ingredients of this must-have LP for any funk Aficionado !
Totally underrated.