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submitted Tom Browne - Love Approach. about 1 month ago
posted a comment on Madonna - Like A Prayer. about 1 month ago
[quote=JohnSane] No, definitely not. It's the Madonna Vs. Black Legend-Bootleg. Don't know why the author didn't tag it correct. Just found out i own it as I had marked it in another release, due to the cat. no. not being available here 12 years ago or ... See full review
posted a comment on Madonna - Like A Prayer. about 1 month ago
This release is probably the version: Madonna Vs. D.H.S. - Like A Prayer (House Of God Remix) - one song on one side.
submitted Tao (6) - Eenie Meenie / Away From Your Spell. about 1 month ago
posted a comment on Slave - Masters Of The Fungk. 6 months ago
Okay, thank you fresh for correcting and posting here that information!
submitted Cameo - Style. 7 months ago
posted a comment on Ebonee Webb. 9 months ago
My guess is that Michael Winston replied to Perry Michael Allen ( PapaLee )?
posted a comment on Ebonee Webb. 9 months ago
I would like to thank PapaLee, AnthonyTaylor and mwinston19501950 for all the interesting history, knowledge and trivia which they have shared here in the comments.
posted a comment on Various - I Love Music III. 9 months ago
The original artwork of this compilation-cassette's front cover is from 1982: https://www.discogs.com/Rodney-Franklin-Learning-To-Love/master/242653
posted a review of Jeanette Mack. 10 months ago
Miss Jackson can be seen in action with One Way, performing "Cutie Pie" on a released dvd called "Super Soul Legends: Volumes 1 & 2" • (P)©️2005 Pacific Concert Group • ITP Records, Inc.

Great performance featuring an energetic Jeanette Mack on stage ... See full review
posted a review of Misherie - To The Max. 12 months ago
Another great synth boogie jam produced and composed by 80s funkateer John Williams (19). Misherie's lead voice is backed up by a tight uptempo drum machine beat, mixed with a full & rich sound of keyboard layers which give the production a lush and ... See full review
posted a review of Kathy Girffin - Undress Me. 12 months ago
Solid and infectious uptempo synth-boogiefunk, with recognisable popping bassguitar plucks performed by the track's producer & composer John Williams (19). Similar bass sounds can be heard in various jams such as "What's Your Name" and "Stomp" on the ... See full review
submitted Positive Force, Sun (7) - Positive Force - Sun. 12 months ago
submitted Second Image - Second Image. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on L.S. Movement Band. about 1 year ago
Awesome trivia & thanks again mlvnfrnkln for breaking down the band's history!
submitted Cameo - Style. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Bill (17) - I Feel Good With You / Space Lady. about 1 year ago
WINDY.CITY.SOUL
Instru? Never ever was an instrumental version of this track until recently.

I'm guessing that Heinsenberg possibly meant the "instrumental performers" on this release?
posted a comment on Various - Urban Symphonies: An Artist Compilation Long Player. about 1 year ago
The front sleeve cover art of this compilation is inspired by the 1984 album "Ghetto Blaster" of The Crusaders:

https://www.discogs.com/Crusaders-Ghetto-Blaster/master/127183
submitted Cameo - On The One / Cameosis. about 1 year ago
submitted The Glass* - Stacked To The (T) / Spaced Out. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Network (2). about 1 year ago
[quote=MaximusMCX] The Network album should exist on Salsoul Records. It could have catalog number SA 8566 or SA 8567 because those two are still missing in the database. Incredibly rare because, back in the day, the sales figures were ridiculously low. ... See full review
posted a comment on Flakes. about 1 year ago
Ah, found the profile now for https://www.discogs.com/artist/756799-Carnell-Matthews

To be continued. It might take some time though but i will be posting updates later. Thanx.
posted a comment on Flakes. about 1 year ago
Okay i see. Can you direct me to a reference link of Cornell "Flakes" Matthews? I can not find any profile from either Cornell "Flakes" Matthews or from Cornell Matthews in the database of Discogs
posted a review of Sun (7) - The Best Of Sun - Volume One. about 1 year ago
Good cd compilation which includes tracks from Sun's "Eclipse" album (1984). A gritty & syntesized funk production released back then on Air City Records. "Right Kind Of Magic" is a song with a female lead singer. Soundwise this track seems to have been ... See full review
submitted The Brothers Johnson* - Blast!. over 7 years ago
submitted Sam Bostic - Circuitry Starring Sam Bostic. over 8 years ago
posted a comment on Con-Funk-Shun* - The Memphis Sessions. over 8 years ago
"Con-Funk-Shun - The Essence of Dignity..." a direct quote from Ted Sturges (the first producer of Con-Funk-Shun for 3 years at Audio Dimensions Studios in Memphis, Tennessee). I was privileged to meet both Ted and Con-Funk-Shun in 1972 just prior to ... See full review
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posted a comment on Ardonus - Got To Take A Chance. over 8 years ago
This is an interesting single. There are 3 releases on Lyon's Records Co. Inc. with the same title, including 2 versions released by Fifth Avenue (2). The album mix on Fifth Avenue (2) - Miracles has a classic modern soul vibe with a touch of gospel, while the 12" ... See full review
posted a review of U.S. (9) - Music With Funkadelic. over 8 years ago
Originally posted in the submission: U.S. (9) - Music With Funkadelic

In 1972, as the lineup of Funkadelic that had made the first three albums collapsed in on themselves, some members shuttled back and forth between Detroit and Toronto and kept recording. One of the ... See full review
posted a comment on Aurra - Bedtime Story. over 9 years ago
The UK-edition of this album is Aurra - Like I Like It. The single "Like I Like It" was also their first hit in the UK followed by the single release of "Happy Feeling." Previous group-members contributed to this project, such as bass player Buddy Hankerson and ... See full review
posted a comment on Impulse (21) - Impulse. over 9 years ago
Ultra-rare and relatively unknown Electro-Boogie-Funk from 1984. Originally produced and released as a four-track mini EP on their own label (possibly the one and only release).

Review from producer and DJ, Dam-Funk:
"...Superior private-press EP out of ... See full review
posted a comment on Pépé Bradock - Synthèse. over 10 years ago
Review by scoundrel Mar 29, 2004
"...there are the 70s disco samples -- the spirit of disco infuses Synthese (like on “Atom Funk” and “18 Carats”),..."

"18 Carats" contains a sample of the Fender Rhodes-solo part on "Wrap You Up" ... See full review
posted a comment on Cameo - She's Strange. over 10 years ago
Indeed, it was an interesting and creative change of direction for the group during the recording and release of this single + same-titled album. That creative change somewhere started around 1982, when they moved out of New York to Atlanta and slimmed ... See full review
posted a comment on Herbie Hancock - Saturday Night / Making Love. over 10 years ago
Yeah, Gavin Christopher sings on "Stars In Your Eyes" and "Don't Hold It In" from the "Monster" album.
On this single-release it's Greg Walker singing for both tracks.
posted a comment on Bloodstone - We Go A Long Way Back. over 10 years ago
"Nite...time...action..." ... if you're hip to an olskool-partymood, then a few uptempo tracks such as "Funkin Around", "My Love Grows Stronger" and "Nite Time Fun" from this project are worth to check, and worth as well to find the Japanese cd-reissue ... See full review
posted a comment on Quincy "Big Daddy" Huitt* / Lady Jane - UFO / I'm Your Lover. over 10 years ago
Yeah, it's possible that those albums stayed in the vault or for other unknown reasons were never realised.
The label kept on releasing after this single though : 1984 - Risse (2) - Who's There / 1985 - T.N.T. (21) - Old Fashin' Parents / 1985 - Gaston (5) - The Hound
And around 1984 there seemed a ... See full review
posted a comment on Chris Mäidin* - You Shot Me. over 10 years ago
A few years back, the "Soul Session Mix" of this release caught my attention by hearing it at an online radio-stream. The sample in that version is from Don Blackman - Heart's Desire / Holding You, Loving You with a louder beat, which in my opinion mixes good with Chris' powerful vocals. Earcandy ... See full review
posted a comment on One Way - Wild Night. over 10 years ago
Excellent review MaximusMCX, and a thoughtful quote by Al. One Way indeed often delivers on their albums a mix from tempo to mellow. This album starts with the solid title-cut and towards the end of the album they enter with a trunk of funkslices like ... See full review
posted a comment on Dayton - It Must Be Love / Conversation. over 10 years ago
Another release which contains their non-album track, "Conversation", as a B-side. Not shure when "Conversation" was recorded, but to some degree it approaches the sound of their earlier-recorded single, Dayton - Cutie Pie
posted a comment on Dayton - We Can't Miss / Conversation. over 10 years ago
"Conversation" doesn't appear on any album from Dayton. Not shure when "Conversation" was recorded,
but to some degree it approaches the sound of their earlier-recorded single, Dayton - Cutie Pie
posted a comment on L.S. Movement Band - Move. over 10 years ago
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posted a comment on Thundder - Moove' Everything You've Got. over 10 years ago
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posted a comment on Slave - Masters Of The Fungk. over 10 years ago
Some previously released Slave-songs are re-recorded for this album.
Newer tracks are : 5 (How Is This Love 2 U), and 8 (Funky Like A Lunatic).
posted a comment on Fifth Avenue (2) - Got To Take A Chance. over 10 years ago
The tracks "Wiggy" & "Wiggy (Instrumental)" appear only on this 12" release
posted a comment on Thundder - Moove' Everything You've Got. over 10 years ago
This track somewhat resembles L.S. Movement Band - Move, but not like an exact copy of each other. There are some parts which come close, and you could also mix them easily back to back. So in my opinion one release inspired by the other.
posted a comment on L.S. Movement Band - Move. over 10 years ago
This track somewhat resembles Thundder - Moove' Everything You've Got, but not like an exact copy of each other. There are some parts which come close, and you could also mix them easily back to back. So in my opinion one release inspired by the other.
posted a review of Attitude - Love Me Tonight. over 12 years ago
One more note :

Audrey Wheeler was never part of Attitude.
Around the same year that "Pump the Nation" was released, Audrey recorded her vocals for the album "Yes, We're Ready" on Prelude Records,
which is the second project by the group Unlimited ... See full review
posted a review of Attitude - Love Me Tonight. over 12 years ago
Re-post :

Attitude-member Khris Kellow is the main keyboard/synthplayer on this project, and he is mentioned also as leadsinger.
The other member, Paul Pesco , is the guitarist/vocalist. More additional vocals have been sung by Bernard Fowler, La ... See full review
posted a review of Attitude - Love Me Tonight. over 12 years ago
Attitude-member Khris Kellow is the main keyboard/synthplayer on this project, and he is mentioned also as leadsinger.
The other member, Paul Pesco , is the guitarist/vocalist.
More additional vocals have been sung by Bernard Fowler, La La, Lisa ... See full review