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VA - Soul Emissaries: SuperFunk (2015)

27-05-2015, 17:49
Music | Soul | Funk | R&B | FLAC / APE

VA - Soul Emissaries: SuperFunk (2015)

Artist: VA
Title Of Album: Soul Emissaries: SuperFunk
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Ace Records
Genre: Funk, Soul, R&B
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 63:06 min
Total Size: 144 / 383 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


01. Samson & Delilah - You Bring the Tears
02. George Jackson - Love Highjackers
03. Billy Cee - Dark Skin Woman
04. William Bostic - Sweet Thang
05. The Two Things In One - Teardrops
06. Mary Love - Born to Live With Heartache
07. Viola Wills - Sweetback
08. The Huck Daniels Co. - Foolish Man, Pt. 2
09. Marcene Harris - Work It Out
10. Earl Foster - Jodine
11. Tribe - Funky Kingston
12. McKinley Mitchell - Days Got Brighter
13. Chuck Brooks - Behind Closed Doors
14. Raymond Parker - We Can Work It Out
15. William Bostic - What You Do to Me
16. Chet Ivey & His Fabulous Avengers - So Fine
17. Lee Porter & Peaceful Persuasion - Nobody's Doin' a Doggone Thing
18. The Funky Kids - Brother Jack
19. Obrey Wilson - Daddy Please Stay Home
20. LaMont Johnson - Forgotten

The team behind SuperFunk return with their latest compilation. In the last couple of years the soul and funk collecting scenes have moved closer together. Superfunk's Soul Emissaries reflects the increasing demand for funky soul. 20 tracks composed of rarities, classics, unknown obscurities and previously unreleased masterpieces. From the first category they have used their contacts in the American south to serve up Les Getrex's bluesy funk masterpiece I Can Feel It In My Bones which has been selling for upwards of $500 after exposure by deejay Ian Wright. Nothing is known of Samson and Delilah, who recorded You Bring The Tears at Malaco Studios, except that their single has been in demand for some time now. Two classic slices of sister funk from Viola Wills and Marcene Harris sit alongside obscurities by Earl Foster, Billy Cee and Tribe whose 1975 funk take on Toots and The Maytals Funky Kingston has flown under the radar for years. The time is right for proper exposure on dancefloors up and down the country. Also featured is a soulful boogie funk by William Bostic and from the unreleased pile we have astounding tracks by Raymond Parker, the Funky Kids and Obrey Wilson to complete our soulful excursion.

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