Alley Pat – Pat's Rubber Band / Phone Call From The Devil
Alley Pat – Pat's Rubber Band
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OOOOOH YEEEAAAAH !!!!! Merci pour le UP, RevPop.
Sur le site du label qui le réédite cette année (voir post de Kata plus haut), EVERLAND MUSIC (AP-1000-B), il est indiqué une sortie à l'origine en 1977.
Source : https://everland-music.com/shop/alley-p ... the-devil/Everland Music a écrit : One more extremely obscure 7 inch reissue on EVERLAND MUSIC.
Originals are impossible to find, so it actually makes sense to me, to make it available again to all the soul and funk collectors and probably new fans out there.
Recorded by the legendary Calvin Arnold, the title track is a groovy, simmering hot funk song as funky as it could be. Early 70s sound, although the music was recorded in 1977.
The B side contains a kind of spoken word performance, a phone call, as the title tells you. One guy, certainly the band’s singer, answering a phone call talking to someone whom he refers to as “The Devil” or “Mr. Boogeyman”. There are people in the background laughing. A strange track indeed.
The A side indeed is a killer tune and worth the few bucks for this great reissue alone.
Funk aficionados will grab a copy anyway.
This is a great dancefloor sweeper with a hypnotizing structure, beautiful horn section melodies, an ever pulsating groove, commanding spoken vocals and female singers in between.
Clever DJs should grab a copy to make their audience go wild.
A nifty little obscurity and worth having for fans of music as black as music can be.
Great sound, great interplay, steaming hot performance, this tune has everything you would want and is even a memorable effort. It stands the test of time...