This is one of 10000 singles LP's, 12 and 7" that I HAVE COLLECTED OVER THE LAST 30 YEARS; they run from the 1950's to the 2000's and cover every style of music. Sky high b/w Fatback 'Spanish hustle'. The Largest Collection in Germany. Lovely album, album cover is in excellent but has some light wear, vinyl is in excellent condition and plays beautifully. Please feel free to look at the other items that I have for sale and happy bidding.
The Fatback Band Spanish Hustle (Joey Negro Remix). play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). The Fatback Band Spanish Hustle (Bah Samba Mix). Fatback Band Spanish Hustle (Bah Samba's Mix) (2006). Fatback Band Spanish Hustle (Album Version). Fatback Band Spanish Hustle (Extended Version).
Fatback Band - Spanish Hustle. Download MP3. Fatback Band.
Spanish Hustle (Album Version). Spanish Hustle (Short Version). The bpm vary between 121 and 124 which is just fine. The B side has 2 versions. The . 6 ( the album version), 124bpm, is less dynamic, less percussions, but more vocals and saxophone. And the . 8 version is a shorter version of the A side version. It's also a great addition to a funky house collection. Artist: Fatback Band. Album: ScentAir - Single, 2015. atback Band - Spanish Hustle. Has been played on. Germany 25.
Sky High" is the name of a 1975 single by British pop music group Jigsaw. The song, the main title theme to the film entitled The Man from Hong Kong, was a worldwide hit in the latter part of 1975, reaching number three on the Billboard Hot 100 and number two on the Adult Contemporary chart in the United States. It was composed by Clive Scott and Des Dyer of Jigsaw. The orchestral arrangement was by Richard Hewson. It was also a top 10 single in the UK Singles Chart
It became known as Spanish hustle; from 1975 to 1976, funk band the Fatback Band made a song with that name. It was also known as the Latin hustle; and was a 6 step count to the beat of the music. And James Brown released Everybody's Doin' the Hustle album in 1975. Same year The JBs had "Hustle with Speed" album. Around 1976 it became known as the New York hustle. Later, known as just the hustle, when the dance became commercialized after the release of Saturday Night Fever in 1977.
The Fatback Band & Bah Samba - Spanish Hustle.