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Har-You Percussion Group Welcome To The Party
04 :00
02
Sheila Wilkerson Baby You're A Jive Cat
02 :36
03
Salah Ragab Egypt Strut
04 :51
04
Little Beaver Do Right Man
02 :46
05
Noro Morales Quintet Saona
02 :38
06
Sohail Rana Soul Sitar
02 :06
07
Al Escobar Tighten Up
02 :47
08
La Lupe Fever
02 :43
09 03 :18
10
Bobby Williams Soul Brother Party
06 :28
11
Ricardo Marrero & The Group Babalonia
03 :28
12
The Natural Yoghurt Band Soft Cheese
04 :03
ARTIST
TITLE
Welcome To The Party: Sister Funk, Latin Soul, Egyptian Jazz
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
JMAN 024CD JMAN 024CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
2/2/2010

...& Much More. 2008 release. This is Jazzman Records' sixth volume in their collectable 7" compilation series. Unfortunately, the times present us with a situation where not everyone has access to a phonograph which will reveal the sonic delights of these plastic masterpieces. These unlucky individuals have yet to experience the hip-shaking soulful grind of Sheila Wilkerson, nor have they become enchanted by the Middle-Eastern twang of Egyptian drummer Salah Ragab and his Cairo Jazz Band. They have not been seduced by Della Reese as she swoons and sways her way around Hollywood's Playboy night club, and nor have they got down to the nitty-gritty, low-down funk of Bobby Williams and his Mar-Kings. So what is the solution? The recipe for sonic satisfaction lies right here, for on this CD is a fully licensed and restored selection of the healthiest Jazzman 7"s from their original sources, for your aural and dancing delight, many of which have never been reissued before on CD. Frug to Sohail Rana -- awesomely funky sitar groove from Pakistan, dig on Al Escobar's super-funky Latin soul version of an Archie Bell classic, and boogie to the astounding sound of flipped-out electronics and psychedelic funk from The Natural Yogurt Band. Accompanied by a full-color 12-page CD booklet with in-depth liner notes, interviews and previously-unpublished photographs. Other artists include: Har-You Percussion Group, Little Beaver, Noro Morales, La Lupe, and Ricardo Marrero.