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Creative Source Creative Source
Their best album, with a killer version of Bill Withers' Who Is He.



The Albert The Albert
Funky rock from 1970, featuring a strong brass section and the soulful singing of conga-player Otis Smith.






Patti Blingh Sagala
Aka Georgia Ann Muldrow.



Chakachas Jungle Fever
Tripped-out, sexed-up Latin funk from seventies Belgium, with that massive hip-hop sample, and loads more tight, horn-laden grooves.



Melvin Jackson Funky Skull
Eddie Harris' bassist with an effects box and such guests as Lester Bowie and Phil Upchurch, vibeing it up like Charles Stepney, those Ramsey Lewis Cadets, or even early Earth, Wind And Fire.



La Clave
Hipster Latin funk from early-70s San Francisco, somewhere between Chicano rock and blaxploitation heavy on the wah-wah, percussion and keys, and with Lalo Schifrin guesting.



Mixed By Andy Votel One Nation Under A Grave
Mix-tape of psychey funk stuff from all over the shop. No credits, seems like a bootleg which is a shame. Nice title.