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Jerzzey Boy – Do You Want Some More

Here is a track from Jerzzey Boy’s first EP titled “A Jerzzey Thang” released under Bottom Line Records back in 1992. Jerzzey Boy was a duo comprised of Curtis Edwards and George Lockett Jr. Two of the biggest pioneers in the New Jersey House Sound that still gets paid homage to in the underground house scene to this day. With that said, check these vibes!...
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Blair – Nightlife

Some late 70s boogie funk. The signature track to Blair’s (aka Barney Blair Perry) rare “Nightlife” LP. Some brief biographical information on Barney Blair Perry: Born in 1953, Buffalo, New York. Began his professional career in his hometown Buffalo, New York, as a guitarist. In 1978, he was nominated for a Grammy Award in recognition of being one of the best R & B songwriters of the period. Blair was also part of the Jazz-Funk and Soul band, The Blackbyrds.  ...
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Groove Technology – Mind On The Beat

Some Hip-House from 1992 featuring vocals from Lady M & M & The Boomerang. Released under Parlophone records. Hip-house is the short lived genre that had circulation during the late 80s and early 90s when both hip-hop and house music were budding then blossoming to what they had eventually became. Music always seems to have a way to be interconnected just from the origins of its genres. Check this groove out!...
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The Midnight Express Show Band – Breeze Up

Here is some rare 80’s boogie funk. Some information about the release this track is from: These recordings are demo sessions from the founding members of the MIDNIGHT EXPRESS SHOW BAND, Terry Patton & Robbie Muskeyvalley aka Robbie M. Recorded at TRI-FIRE Rock Island, IL with 2-Track Stereo Cassette deck, by Terry Patton from 1981-1983. This is from a reissue released in 2009 by PPU (People’s Potential Unlimited) which is headed by Andrew Morgan. Give it a try!...
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