I've Got the Music in Me is the third album by Thelma Houston featuring Pressure Cooker. It was recorded live to master disc and was released by Sheffield Lab in 1975, Cat Lab-2. Featuring the vocals of Thelma Houston and session players including Larry Knechtel, Lincoln Mayorga, Larry Carlton, Jim Gordon, Tom Scott, Michael Omartian and others. I've Got the Music in Me" – (Bias Boshell) – 2:44. Reggae Tune (Instrumental)" (Andy Fairweather Low) – 3:21.
Jack Johnson (also known as A Tribute to Jack Johnson on reissues) is a studio album and soundtrack by American jazz trumpeter, composer, and bandleader Miles Davis. It was released on February 24, 1971, by Columbia Records. The album was conceived by Davis for Bill Cayton's documentary of the same name, on the life of boxer Jack Johnson. Its two 25-minute-plus tracks were produced from recordings made on February 18 and April 7, 1970, at 30th Street Studio in New York City
Criteria: These Funk albums were chosen and ranked based on their initial and lasting popularity, influence, impact, acclaim, and overall stature in funk music circles. Last Updated: 2016-12-16 . Damn Right I Am Somebody - Fred Wesley and the . s 74. Live: P-Funk Earth Tour - Parliament 75. Crusaders 1 - The Crusaders 76. Bootsy? Player of the Year - Bootsy's Rubber Band 77. The Brothers: Isley - The Isley Brothers 78. Doing It to Death - The . s 79. Go for Your Guns - Isley Brothers 80.
Album · 2006 · 17 Songs. Funk me Jack Me. Hollywood. 14. Boogie Chasers (Marco Passarani Mix). Dexter & Bass-a-rani.
Album: Sunday Lounge, Vol. 4, 2019. Enjoy our track 'Hollywood Affair' from our album 'Diamonds of Lounge' released in 2014.
Schwarz & Funk - Hollywood Affair. Schwarz & Funk - Eivissa Lounge Vol. 2 (Full Album). Лучшие песни Schwarz & Funk. Let Me Love You. Koni Feat.
A definitive protest album and a departure from the psychedelic soul that fueled the band’s rise, There’s A Riot Goin’ On is as much about the struggles Black Americans still faced after the Civil Rights Movement as it is about Sly’s own demons. Tension between bandmates, demanding record executives and rampant drug use, coupled with frequent overdubbing in the album’s mix, gave way to a hazy sound that embodied the social climate of the early ‘70s. Luv N’ Haight evangelizes Sly’s drug-induced isolation with the repeated line Feel so good inside myself; Don’t want to move. An album so influential it was added to the Library of Congress, Mothership Connection is the epitome of P-Funk. Earth, Wind, & Fire: I Am. Released at the height of the Disco Era, Earth, Wind, and Fire’s ninth album could rightfully be slotted in with its close cousin in genre.