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  1. Rotary Connection was a psychedelic soul band formed in Chicago in 1966 that lasted until 1971, and are possibly most notable for launching the…

  2. Black Heat were a 1970s funk band. Their albums include "Black Heat", "No Time To Burn" and "Keep On Runnin'". A CD re-issue of their first two…

  3. Ahead of their time with a unique and very heavy blend of psychedelic afro-caribbean jazz funk-rock, Demon Fuzz released two albums. "Afreaka"…

  4. Letta Mbulu is a South African jazz singer born and raised in Soweto. She has been active since the 1960s, but left South Africa for the United…

  5. A funk group from Nassau, Bahamas. The group consisted of three brothers and a fourth member on bass. They released an album entitled Funky…

  6. Skull Snaps was a funk group active between 1963 and 1973. Until 1970 they were known as The Diplomats, and released a number of singles with some…

  7. Baby Huey is the quintessential lost soul hero. Taking his name from the animated duck of the late 40's, the indiana-born singer's story is littered…

  8. Clarence Henry Reid (born February 14, 1939, Cochran, Georgia, United States), is an American musician and songwriter, also known by the stage name…

  9. David Axelrod (born April 17, 1936, Los Angeles) is an American composer, arranger and producer, across a wide range of musical genres. He…

  10. Roy Ayers was born on September 10, 1940 in Los Angeles. Thanks to his trombone playing father and piano teaching mother, he became immersed in…

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