Carleen and the Groovers were a South Carolinan deep funk band led by drummer Carleen Jean Butler.
Clary Butler, the group's trumpeter, started his career with Wilson Pickett before forming the Groovers with his sister in 1970. Other members were: Leon "Shorty" Harris (Saxophone), David Stevens (Bass), John Scott (Guitar).
The band released two singles: "Right On" b/w "The Thing", and their most famous track "Can We Rap?". This track was reissued by Jazzman Records in the UK… read more
|1||Can We Rap||13,762 listeners|
|2||Play on youtube||The Thing||3,312 listeners|
|3||Right On||883 listeners|
|4||Hot Pants||528 listeners|
|5||Sucker Punch||485 listeners|
|6||Can We Rap - Carleen and the Groovers||65 listeners|
|7||Can We Rap ? (Jazzman Reissue)||63 listeners|
|8||Cold Heat Carleen & The Groovers The Thing||30 listeners|
|9||Can We Rap?||28 listeners|
|10||Carleen & The Groovers||27 listeners|