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Craig CHARLES / VARIOUS

The Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club 5

Format: unmixed CD
Cat: FSRCD 124
Released: 07 Dec 17
Genre: Funk
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Tracklist
Side 1
1. The Traffic - "Super Freak"
2. The Allergies - "Love That I'm In" (feat Andy Cooper)
3. The Andy Tolman Cartel - "You What!"
4. Nicole Willis & UMO Jazz Orchestra - "(Everybody) Do The Watusi"
5. Charles Bradley - "Change For The World"
6. Joyous - "Galaxia"
7. Henri-Pierre Noel - "Funky Spider Dance (The Reflex Revision)"
8. Brian Augers' Oblivion Express - "Inner City Blues"
9. The Hawkmen - "Love Is Blind"
10. Scone Cash Players - "Year Of The Rooster" (part 1)
11. Tanika Charles - "Endless Chain"
12. Kylie Auldist - "Body"
13. Anatoly Ice & Dariya - "Talking Black"
14. Carleen Anderson - "Begin Again"
15. Niteshifters - "Show Me What You've Got" (original mix)
16. The Filthy Six - "Mr Morris" (Spectra Sonic Sound Session - live)
17. Lack Of Afro - "Back In Business" (feat Wax & Herbal T)
18. Ginger Johnson & His African Messengers - "Nawa"
19. Daytoner - "I Get By"
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Review

We can think of few finer stocking fillers for funk aficonados than this fifth Funk & Soul Club compilation from actor/comedian-turned-radio host Craig Charles. As with previous volumes, the Red Dwarf star and BB 6 Music host has included a mixture of original funk era cuts and recent revivalist gems. In the latter category you'll find a stellar instrumental cover of Rick James' "Super Freak" by The Traffic, the dancefloor-burning sound of Nicole Willis and the UMO Orchestra and the brilliant boogie revivalism of Australian singer Kylie Audist. In terms of deeper older selections, look no further than the 1973 jazz-funk re-make of Marvin Gaye's "Inner City Blues" by Brian Auger's Oblivion Express and the Afro-funk explosion that is "Nawa" by Ginger Baker & His African Messengers.

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