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  1. Retro afro-funksters from NYC. Part of the Desco Records crew. Originally a hoax claiming to be a genuine undiscovered afro-beat album, they…

  2. The Menahan Street Band is a collaboration of musicians from Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings (Dave Guy, Homer Steinweiss, Fernando Velez, Bosco…

  3. The Poets of Rhythm have been known by many pseudonyms. Bo Baral's Excursionists of Perception, Bus People Express, Dynamic Soundmakers, Karl…

  4. Personnel: Sean Solomon: guitar; Nick Movshon: bass; Leon Michels: Hammond B3 organ; Homer Steinweiss: drums. With Joseph Henry: vocals.

  5. The Sugarman Three, sometimes called Sugarman 3, is a retro-funk band from New York formed in 1996 by saxophonist Neal Sugarman, Hammond organ…

  6. The Sugarman 3, sometimes titled The Sugarman Three, is a retro-funk band from New York formed in 1996 by saxophonist Neal Sugarman, Hammond…

  7. 10-piece Milwaukee combo featuring 3 lead vocalists. Includes ex (and in some cases current) members of Highball Holiday, The Pacers, International…

  8. Arguably the pioneers of the retro-modernist funk movement, Munich's Poets of Rhythm, recorded their classic debut album in 1993. The sound that…

  9. The Budos Band are an "Instrumental Staten-Island Afro-Soul" outfit recording on the Daptone Records label. The band has eleven members (up to…

  10. Lee Fields (b. Wilson, NC, USA - as one of four children), is currently leader of Lee Fields & The Expressions, which released My World (2009).

    Lee…

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