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  1. two CD collection. From an era when funk soul brothers and sisters ruled the planet we celebrate ghetto classics and southern fried killers from Curtis Mayfield, the Jones Girls, Gil Scott-Heron, the Meters, Lee Dorsey, Joe Tex, Linda Clifford and many more. .
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Funk Soul Brothers. on Discogs.
  3. Looking for The Further Adventures of Funk Soul Brot? Visit musicMagpie for great deals and super savings with FREE delivery today! Various Artists - Funk Soul Brothers. Trustpilot. We are 5 Star rated on Trustpilot Lean Meat - Lonnie Smith () 14) Soul Mate - Funkadelic () 15) Moon Walk - Pee Wee Ellis () 16) You're So Good.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Funk Soul Brothers & Sisters - Various Artists on AllMusic.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Further Adventures Of Funk Soul Brothers on Discogs. Label: Metro - METRCD • Format: CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul • Style: Jazz-Funk, Soul, Funk/5(13).
  6. Like several other funk and soul compilations from the Union Square umbrella of labels, this offers s and s soul-funk hybrids from names both legendary (Curtis Mayfield, the Meters, Joe Simon, Lee Dorsey), way-obscure (Leroy Hutson, Clemon Smith, Skull Snaps, Natural Four), and somewhere in between (Cymande, Alvin Cash, Billy Butler, Eddie Bo, Pee Wee Ellis, the Five Stairsteps & Cubie).
  7. A budget-priced collection of relatively obscure, late 20th century funk, soul, jazz, R&B and soul tunes from the States. Funk Soul Brothers ploughs the same furrow as Music Club's fairly well-liked compilation of Stone Cold tenmasoukutinmondgingmivocasume.xyzinfout tracks are: Aaron Neville's 'Hercules'; Curtis Mayfield's 'Freddie's Dead'; S.O.U.L.'s 'Soul Part 1 & 2'; Jimmy McGriff's 'The Bird', and Bobby Womack /5(11).
  8. Occasionally the band were let loose and allowed to add lead instruments over the backing tracks originally recorded for the various Motown singers, and in an album appeared by Earl Van Dyke and the Soul Brothers (Berry Gordy didn't approve the name Funk Brothers because of what he considered its improper connotations) called That Motown /5(98).
  9. two CD set. Feelin' kinda funky? Wanna free some soul? You've come to the right place, as we travel back to the era when the Funk Soul brothers ruled the planet. With ghetto classics and southern fried killers from Curtis Mayfield, The Meters, Gil Scott-Heron, Lee Dorsey, Joe Tex and many, many more, this is 70s dancefloor heaven/5(10).

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