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A couple of my favs from then (apart from Brick House (of course):

 

Rockit - Herbie Hancock

 

Supernature - Cerrone

 

Movin' (Full track) - Brass Construction

 

:D

 

And although mentioned earlier - Hi Tension (Hi Tension) (even the British Hustle at a squeeze)

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Cheers!

 

Roy B.

 

Digital Distortion Disco (D3 Entertainments)

 

See you around!

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Stand aside and let the old man through.....(but not as old as CS)

 

Dennis Edwards -dont look any further

Nino Tempo-Hooked on young stuff

lou rawls-stop me from starting this feeling

manu dibango-big blow

James Brown -honky tonk

Rodney Franklin-check out the groove

George Benson -Love Ballad

Chaka Khan-Aint Nobody

Philly Allstars-Clean up the Ghetto

Mary J Blige-Family Affair

Luther Vandross-Never too much

Salt N Pepa-Shoop

Crusaders-street life

Bobby Brown-2 can play that game

Rose royce - Car wash

Jocelyn Brown-Somebody elses guy

Sharon Redd- can you handle it

Sylvester-Do you wanna funk

Tom Browne-Funkin for jamaica

Dayton- the sound of music

Colonel Abrahms-Trapped

Crown heights affair-you gave me love

Michael Zager band-Lets all chant

Stretch -Why did you do it

Maze - Joy and pain

Raw silk-Do it to the music

Evelyn king-Shame

Fern Kinney-Groove me

Salsoul Orchstr-runaway

Jimmy Bo Horne -Spank

Teena Marie-Behind the groove

Sugarhill gang-Rappers delight

Naughty by Nature-OPP

Gil Scott Heron-The Bottle

MMmmmm thats all i can think of right now :rolleyes:

 

 

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Stand aside and let the old man through.....(but not as old as CS)

 

Dennis Edwards -dont look any further

Nino Tempo-Hooked on young stuff

lou rawls-stop me from starting this feeling

manu dibango-big blow

James Brown -honky tonk

Rodney Franklin-check out the groove

George Benson -Love Ballad

Chaka Khan-Aint Nobody

Philly Allstars-Clean up the Ghetto

Mary J Blige-Family Affair

Luther Vandross-Never too much

Salt N Pepa-Shoop

Crusaders-street life

Bobby Brown-2 can play that game

Rose royce - Car wash

Jocelyn Brown-Somebody elses guy

Sharon Redd- can you handle it

Sylvester-Do you wanna funk

Tom Browne-Funkin for jamaica

Dayton- the sound of music

Colonel Abrahms-Trapped

Crown heights affair-you gave me love

Michael Zager band-Lets all chant

Stretch -Why did you do it

Maze - Joy and pain

Raw silk-Do it to the music

Evelyn king-Shame

Fern Kinney-Groove me

Salsoul Orchstr-runaway

Jimmy Bo Horne -Spank

Teena Marie-Behind the groove

Sugarhill gang-Rappers delight

Naughty by Nature-OPP

Gil Scott Heron-The Bottle

MMmmmm thats all i can think of right now :rolleyes:

 

looks like the rack listing for a CD I'd have in the car :ads:

 

Might as well add a couple more

 

Roy Ayers - Running Away

Fatback Band - Spanish Hustle

Mary Jane Girls - Nights Over Egypt

Mtume - Juicy

 

Neil B

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young CS suggested the Commodores - Brick House for the tune of the week amongst 2 others. I have not heard this probably since the 80's, so found the 12" version on itunes, and bought it.

 

It is an amazing tune, I am so pleased to rediscover this gem. Many thanks CS!

It's a track that features HUGELY in the 'most played' tracks of our American colleagues. Mobile Beat magazine run an annual 'top 200' survey and Brick House is almost always in the top 20. I use the list as a reminder for tracks that have been big, but have left my high-rotate playlist. If you ignore the country & western music, most of the top 200 seems to be fairly universal I believe.

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Love these music posts

 

Osibisa/Sunshine Day

Found it on a new compilation

Clasic old funky track

One that I had forgotten

 

Played it on my morning community radio show and cranked up the sound in the studio

 

 

That brings back memories.

 

I remember seeing them a number of times when they were resident at The Marquee Club in Wardour Street (London).

 

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