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Con Funk Shun - Organized Con Funk Shun (1978)

24-09-2014, 10:29
Soul | Funk | R&B | Disco | FLAC / APE

Con Funk Shun - Organized Con Funk Shun (1978)

Artist: Con Funk Shun
Title Of Album: Organized Con Funk Shun
Year Of Release: 1978
Label: Pickwick / BAN-90081
Genre: Funk, Soul, Disco, R&B
Total Time: 28:08 min
Format: FLAC (tracks, vinyl)
Quality: Lossless
Total Size: 177 mb (Covers)

Con Funk Shun - Organized Con Funk Shun (1978)

Being that this was Con Funk Shun's first album, it set the stage for what was to come during their reign as a premier R&B group. During this time, the group was under contract to the Memphis-based Crankshaft Productions, Inc. and under the direction of Ted Sturges. The album covers everything from funk to R&B/soul to jazz; "Love in Me" offers a spirited alto sax and melodious guitar rhythms, blended smoothly with the velvet vocals of Michael Cooper and Felton Pilate. "Love in Me" segues into the horn exhibition of "Seascape," featuring Pilate, Karl Fuller and Paul Harrell; the track is jazzy, mellow and soulful, but set in a ballad tempo. However, the featured ballad on the album is "Do You Really Know What Love Is For." Lyrically speaking, the song is a good indication that Con Funk Shun was a young group with maturity destined for success; the track is complemented by a young Felton Pilate, whose tenor nurtures the song graciously.


1. Time 2:27
2. Get Down With It 5:45
3. Do You Really Know What Love Is For? 3:08
4. Sure Feels Good To Me 2:37
5. Love In Me 2:15
6. Seascape 8:45
7. Funky Things On Your Mind 3:16

Cedric Martin Bass, Vocals
Louis McCall Percussion, Vocals, Drums
Danny "Sweet Man" Thomas Organ, Piano, Vocals
Felton C. Pilate II Trombone, Vocals, Trumpet, Keyboards
Phil Austin Mastering
Con Funk Shun Main Performer
Paul Harrell Flute, Saxophone, Vocals

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