Throwing back to 1973 because that's how I play it sometimes. This Betty Wright track is classic funk at it's finest. She's speaking the truth, and the band is hot. That main guitar riff will make you wanna strut.
Betty is certainly on the list of top-notch groove goddesses. This track also has everything that you want from the tone-zone of a 70's era funk song cut to tape, raw. So go on then, dance and enjoy.
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About the Curator - Matt McCalpin
Musician/Guitarist/Vocalist/Teacher/Songwriter/Producer/Music Collector. Matt McCalpin lives a life committed to music. He was born with a guitar in his lap, and soul in his heart. A funkified odyssey that began with an accomplished education from Musicians Institute in Los Angeles, has refined into a relentless amount of music created, stages played, students taught, and friendships formed. Currently Matt lives in Michigan with his wife, daughter, and pup. When not spending time with his family, he is avidly collecting music, performing, recording, and producing the Funk band Medicinal Groove. "Music is the best!"
8 July 2021
The bass line and production on this track are undeniably hot. Mishell Ivon is dropping vocals with some sass here. Bringing a funky, synthy, get up and groove vibe and choice tones all around.
8 July 2021
On the surface this hip little groover is catchy and dancy. But the Wanderlings give you much more than just that. You also get a pungent percussion break equipped with cuíca, and a fierce guitar solo. Accessible, yet tasty.
29 May 2021
This fat, tasty track has a mystic warmth to it. It feels real good.