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01
Little Bo Baby
02 :44
02
Eddie Bo We Like Mambo
02 :25
03 02 :27
04
Barbara George Something You Got
02 :44
05
Eddie Bo & The Barons Gotta Have More
02 :31
06 02 :44
07
Eddie Bo S.G.B.
02 :33
08
Eddie Lang Souling
02 :15
09
Oliver Morgan Whats Good To You Pt.1
02 :50
10
Oliver Morgan The La La Man Pt.1
02 :31
11
Bobby Williams Boogaloo Mardy Grass Pt 1
02 :56
12 02 :22
13
Candy Phillips Timber Pts 1 & 2
04 :03
14
Chuck Garbo & The Soul Finders Can I Be Your Main Squeeze
02 :27
15
David Robinson I'm A Carpenter Pt 1
02 :25
16
Explosions Feat. Juanita Brooks Garden Of Our Trees
02 :41
17
Marilyn Barbarin Reborn
02 :26
18
Eddie Bo & Inez Cheatham Lover & Friend
02 :26
19
James K-Nine Live It Up
02 :55
20 02 :41
21 02 :39
22 04 :48
23
Curley Moore & The Cool Ones Funky Yeah
02 :26
24 02 :51
25
Curley Moore & The Cool Ones Shelley's Rubber Band
02 :01
26
Eddie Bo & The Soul Finders The Rubber Band
02 :52
27 03 :24
28
Eddie Bo Chained
02 :32
ARTIST
TITLE
In The Pocket With
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
VAMPI 095CD VAMPI 095CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
6/7/2011

Eddie Bo is one of the most important and least known of the great funksters of the '60s and '70s. Vampisoul proudly presents a complete vision this New Orleans genius as performer, composer and producer. His importance to the New Orleans scene cannot be overestimated. Where James Brown is the Charlie Parker of funk, Eddie Bo is the music's Thelonious Monk, working with a strange, sometimes unfamiliar palette of sounds and rhythms, which reveal their beauty and complexity a little more with every listen. Much of this palette is common to New Orleans funk and soul: the drums of the Wild Indian tribes and the "second line," the soulful piano of players like Professor Longhair, James Booker, Huey Piano Smith, Fats Domino and Bo himself, and the spice of the wild and unique mix of cultures that has been in New Orleans for hundreds of years. From his early and formative years to the present days, and including both his own recordings and his productions for other artists, this is the only compilation with the complete picture. The music comes together with a massive essay, biography, and liner notes penned by journalist/specialist Bryce White.