Trouble Funk

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Trouble Funk - Saturday Night Live! From Washington, DC Saturday Night Live! From Washington, DC
Funk New - LP 90488 Island
Sealed 1983 Original, Clean Cut Out Hole. Chances Are If You Live Outside Of The Mid-Atlantic Region Of The US, And Specially Baltimore/DC Area, You're Not Hip To The Go-Go Scene, Which Combined Elements Of Soul, Funk And Hip-Hop Into Butt-Shaking Call & Response Dance Floor Fodder. Trouble Funk, Along With Chuck Brown, Were The Godfathers Of That Scene. It's Near Impossible To Find Their Early Indie Titles, But This Record Will Give You A Great Feel For The Vibe.... more details
 
Trouble Funk - Drop The Bomb Drop The Bomb
Funk New - LP SH 266 Sugarhill
Sealed 1982 Original. "Masters Of Washington, D.C.'S '80s Go-Go Craze, Trouble Funk Brought Early Hip-Hop To The Dance Floor With Deep Bass, Propulsive Rhythms, And Party Lyrics. Being Even More Inspired By '70s Funk Bands Like Chic, Cameo, And The Gap Band Than Either The Sugar Hill Gang Or Grandmaster Flash, Trouble Funk And Other Go-Go Acts Like EU And Chuck Brown Used The MC To Conduct Party-Time Call-And-Response Sessions And Not Generally For Street Poetry Raps À La Melle Mel And Kurtis Blow. A Celebratory Atmosphere Certainly Prevails On Sequel Records' Fine Trouble Funk Collection Drop The Bomb, With Many Of The Band's Prime Dance Hits Like The Title Track, "Get On Up," And "Let's Get Hot" Being Featured In Their Extended Versions. The Band's Nasty Synth Licks, Up-Front Percussion, And Sinewy Funk Guitar Lines Keep The Music Pumping Throughout, While Both The Go-Go/Rap Hybrid "Pump Me Up" And Barry White-Inspired Soul Ballad "Don't Try To Use Me" Show Off The Group's Musical Flexibility. The Set Is Rounded Out With The Ten-Minute, Bring-The-House-Down Jam "Supergrit," Which Nicely Incorporates The Funk Of Kool & The Gang And Earth Wind & Fire Into The Go-Go Mix. This Is A Great Introduction To Both Trouble Funk's Music And The Go-Go Sound." - AMG... more details
 
Trouble Funk - Drop The Bomb Drop The Bomb
Funk Used - LP SH 266 Sugarhill
1982 Original. Tiny Saw-Cut. "Masters Of Washington, D.C.'S '80s Go-Go Craze, Trouble Funk Brought Early Hip-Hop To The Dancefloor With Deep Bass, Propulsive Rhythms, And Party Lyrics. Being Even More Inspired By '70s Funk Bands Like Chic, Cameo, And The Gap Band Than Either The Sugar Hill Gang Or Grandmaster Flash, Trouble Funk And Other Go-Go Acts Like EU And Chuck Brown Used The MC To Conduct Party-Time Call-And-Response Sessions And Not Generally For Street Poetry Raps À La Melle Mel And Kurtis Blow. A Celebratory Atmosphere Certainly Prevails On Sequel Records' Fine Trouble Funk Collection Drop The Bomb, With Many Of The Band's Prime Dance Hits Like The Title Track, "Get On Up," And "Let's Get Hot" Being Featured In Their Extended Versions. The Band's Nasty Synth Licks, Up-Front Percussion, And Sinewy Funk Guitar Lines Keep The Music Pumping Throughout, While Both The Go-Go/Rap Hybrid "Pump Me Up" And Barry White-Inspired Soul Ballad "Don't Try To Use Me" Show Off The Group's Musical Flexibility. The Set Is Rounded Out With The Ten-Minute, Bring-The-House-Down Jam "Supergrit," Which Nicely Incorporates The Funk Of Kool & The Gang And Earth Wind & Fire Into The Go-Go Mix. This Is A Great Introduction To Both Trouble Funk's Music And The Go-Go Sound." - AMG... more details
 

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