|1.||"(It's Not The Express) It's The J.B.'s Monaurail" (8:16)|
|2.||"Here We Come, Here We Go, Here We Are" (4:30)|
|3.||"All Aboard The Soul Funky Train" (4:33)|
|1.||"Thank You For Letting Me Be Myself & You Be Yours" (9:46)|
|2.||"Taurus, Aires & Leo" (6:36)|
|3.||"Things & Do" (5:18)|
Destination 1975: funk is leaning back limbo style to let disco flourish and the fourth LP from James Brown's clam-tight backing troupe is a fine example of just how the two styles flexed. Still heavy with the tight jams, big breaks and firing horn blow-outs but laced with a little disco shine and orchestration in places, it's a fine snapshot of the 70s headiest musical crossroads. The slippery guitars and slinky bass on "Taurus, Aires & Leo", the far-away jazzy textures of "Transmograpfication" and their own fly response to BT Express "The JB's Monaurail" are just some of the many highlights on this fusion-focused album.
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