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    Hi vultures.

    Well, its 2004 and my thirst for more and more music continues. I just read the cool article in
    www.soulgeneration.co.uk

    and now want to know if any of the following are available on compilations.....

    CECIL GARRETT & THE FASCINATIONS "BEARCAT" Calla
    JAZZ CRUSADERS "Aqua Dulce" Pacific
    RAY JOHNSON "FUNKY WAY" In Arts
    THE VILLAGE CALLERS "HECTOR" Rampart
    MARTINIS "HUNG OVER" BAR
    Billy Joe Young "The Push" Jewel
    JOHNNY BARFIELD & THE MEN OF S.O.U.L. "SOUL BUTTER" SSS International
    BOOKER T. AVERHART & THE MUSTANGS "Take your Shoes off Part 1" Kent
    GOLDEN TOADSTOOLS "SILLY SAVAGE" Minaret
    LES SLOW SLUSHY BOYS "SLUSH PUPPY"/"DAS WEISS DER TEUFEL" Butterfly Records
    SAXIE RUSSELL, EL MONKEY (RAN-DEE)
    BLOCKBUSTERS, MUDDY PT. 1 (ROCKIN)
    JACK LA FORGE, THE CLEOPATRA KICK (REGINA)
    UNCLE FESTER'S BLUES (HOCTOR)
    JON THOMAS, TIZZY (JUNIOR)
    SIR STAN & THE COUNTS, SOULIN' (MAGNUM)
    TWISTIN' KINGS, CONGO (MOTOWN)
    GEORGE YOUNG, MECHANIC FROM HAMTRAMCK (PACESETTER)
    SIMTEC SIMMONS, COOLING IT NOW/LIMBER UP (MAURCI)

    Any help would be great.

    David
    God bless Fatso.

  • #2
    Silly Savage made it onto Kebs Legendary Deep Funk Vol. 2.

    The Twistin' Kings track you're looking for is 'Congo Twist'. That made it onto a Blue Note comp. possibly the blue breaks series.

    Pretty sure the Village Callers got comped on the Ultimate Breaks n Beats series too.

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    • #3
      'Hector' was comped on The Sound Of Funk Vol.1 (Goldmine).

      'The Push' was on Pure Vol.7 (Pure).
      Let him have the lot for £2.00 - we were only going to throw 'em out anyway...

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      • #4
        The Sir Stan is on the Rustler's comp, Because You're Funky. And according to Grand Slam, his second comp is pretty much all tittyshakers...

        That article mentions that tittyshaker music isn't represented much in the UK, obviously he hasn't been to a Brillo meet then... neither have the strippers come to mention it.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by [b
          Quote[/b] (Belson @ Jan. 05 2004,08:14)]The Twistin' Kings track you're looking for is 'Congo Twist'. That made it onto a Blue Note comp. possibly the blue breaks series.
          The Twisting Kings is called "Congo Twist" on the LP but the 7" is just called "Congo" (parts 1 and 2)
          Endless Tripe

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          • #6
            Originally posted by [b
            Quote[/b] (son of stan @ Jan. 05 2004,11:46)]
            Originally posted by [b
            Quote[/b] (Belson @ Jan. 05 2004,08:14)]The Twistin' Kings track you're looking for is 'Congo Twist'. That made it onto a Blue Note comp. possibly the blue breaks series.
            The Twisting Kings is called "Congo Twist" on the LP but the 7" is just called "Congo" (parts 1 and 2)
            So is it a completely different take then, to the album?

            The album track has a vocal led intro asking the crowd to get ready to Congo Twist. And the whole albums theme is around the various 'Twists' of the day.

            Odd that they should call the 45 lift something different.

            Poop tune too IMO.

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            • #7
              The 45 doesn't have the vocal intro - it just comes straight in on the drums. I don't have the LP but have heard "Congo Twist" from it and as far as I can tell it's the same recording.

              Maybe they put it out as a single first and then decided to recycle it on the twist-ploitation LP?

              Quite a bit of interest in this when I played it at the last Brillo.
              Endless Tripe

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              • #8
                Originally posted by [b
                Quote[/b] (son of stan @ Jan. 05 2004,12:06)]The 45 doesn't have the vocal intro - it just comes straight in on the drums. I don't have the LP but have heard "Congo Twist" from it and as far as I can tell it's the same recording.

                Maybe they put it out as a single first and then decided to recycle it on the twist-ploitation LP?

                Quite a bit of interest in this when I played it at the last Brillo.
                Yeah, I just did some google research.

                I'ld say you're right on the 45 release - or of course the other way round in terms of release date with the album.

                I remember playing this out before off of the album and it got a reaction - so maybe not poop then. Nice bassline, I seem to recall.

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                • #9
                  "Hector" by the Village Callers was also on a compilation called "Brotherhood", released by Luv N Haight back in 1994.
                  I think Vampisoul just reissued the live album the track was taken from, should be easy to get on vinyl.

                  happy new year to you all!!

                  markus

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by [b
                    Quote[/b] (Nick Cope @ Jan. 05 2004,10:54)]The Sir Stan is on the Rustler's comp, Because You're Funky. And according to Grand Slam, his second comp is pretty much all tittyshakers...
                    yep. been playing his new comp "the rustler's roots of funk" for months now. every one a tittyshaker.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by [b
                      Quote[/b] (Nick Cope @ Jan. 05 2004,10:54)]The Sir Stan is on the Rustler's comp, Because You're Funky. And according to Grand Slam, his second comp is pretty much all tittyshakers...

                      That article mentions that tittyshaker music isn't represented much in the UK, obviously he hasn't been to a Brillo meet then... neither have the strippers come to mention it.
                      When the strippers do arrive, let me know & I may make an appearance myself.
                           
                      And what's this talk of a 2nd Rustler comp?  What's on it?  Didn't even know it was out yet! Has it got a load of late 50s/early 60s stuff on it like he originally intended?
                      new SPOKE release: >>> SEE HERE <<< RKM LIBRARY BEATS

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                      • #12
                        Rustler&#39;s roots of Funk trackie:

                        1. Wow - Pendergast
                        2. Too much firewater - Lorenzo &amp; Smith
                        3. Dealer - Coe, Jamie &amp; The Gigolos
                        4. Monkey see monkey do - Price, Banny
                        5. Soul bagg - Reno &amp; The Chosen Three
                        6. Strange happenings - Garvin, Rex
                        7. Soul shang a ling dance - Fabulous Georgia Soul Twisters
                        8. Pigmy - Delegates
                        9. Hot pants - Zuma
                        10. Neck bones and hot sauce - Anderson, L.
                        11. Goin&#39; back to Granny&#39;s - Viceroys
                        12. Black olives - Badboys
                        13. KC Drive - Wills, Tommy
                        14. Cake time - Them Prodigals
                        15. Icing too - Them Prodigals
                        16. Get frogish (part 1) - King Cobras
                        17. Get frogish (part 2) - King Cobras
                        18. Soul caravan - Blockbusters
                        19. Muddy (part 2) - Blockbusters
                        20. Cabbage greens - World Famous Upsetters

                        CD only though I think
                        "..hole...road...middle thereof"

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by [b
                          Quote[/b] (markie @ Jan. 05 2004,20:37)]&quot;Hector&quot; by the Village Callers was also on a compilation called &quot;Brotherhood&quot;, released by Luv N Haight back in 1994.
                          I think Vampisoul just reissued the live album the track was taken from, should be easy to get on vinyl.

                          happy new year to you all&#33;&#33;

                          markus
                          Oh yeah&#33; Vampisoul also, err.. re-issued &#39;Hector&#39; on a 45 (with parts 1 &amp; 2 united on vinyl for the first time, although I&#39;m buggered if I could tell the difference&#33.
                          Let him have the lot for £2.00 - we were only going to throw 'em out anyway...

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by [b
                            Quote[/b] (LDJB @ Jan. 05 2004,21:50)]Rustler&#39;s roots of Funk trackie:

                            1. Wow - Pendergast
                            2. Too much firewater - Lorenzo &amp; Smith
                            3. Dealer - Coe, Jamie &amp; The Gigolos
                            4. Monkey see monkey do - Price, Banny
                            5. Soul bagg - Reno &amp; The Chosen Three
                            6. Strange happenings - Garvin, Rex
                            7. Soul shang a ling dance - Fabulous Georgia Soul Twisters
                            8. Pigmy - Delegates
                            9. Hot pants - Zuma
                            10. Neck bones and hot sauce - Anderson, L.
                            11. Goin&#39; back to Granny&#39;s - Viceroys
                            12. Black olives - Badboys
                            13. KC Drive - Wills, Tommy
                            14. Cake time - Them Prodigals
                            15. Icing too - Them Prodigals
                            16. Get frogish (part 1) - King Cobras
                            17. Get frogish (part 2) - King Cobras
                            18. Soul caravan - Blockbusters
                            19. Muddy (part 2) - Blockbusters
                            20. Cabbage greens - World Famous Upsetters

                            CD only though I think
                            Only out on CD? Outrageous&#33;
                            I only own the Bad Boys &#39;Black Olives&#39; 45 out of that lot - nice dirty garage/R&amp;B instro from &#39;66. Is that the general style of the other cuts or is it a total mish-mash?
                            new SPOKE release: >>> SEE HERE <<< RKM LIBRARY BEATS

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by [b
                              Quote[/b] (vibra @ Jan. 06 2004,00:56)]Oh yeah&#33; Vampisoul also, err.. re-issued &#39;Hector&#39; on a 45 (with parts 1 &amp; 2 united on vinyl for the first time, although I&#39;m buggered if I could tell the difference&#33.
                              I have to say that I&#39;ve never rated &#39;Hector&#39;
                              But I love that Vampisoul 45 series - good quality, like.
                              Especially into Joe Bataan&#39;s &#39;Chick-A-Boom&#39; - totally where I&#39;m at these days.
                              Also got the Cal Tjader one.
                              Is there any more in the 45 series or just these 3 at the moment?
                              new SPOKE release: >>> SEE HERE <<< RKM LIBRARY BEATS

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