Funk R-S

Artist Title (Label) Cover / Record / Co. Released Price CHF
Rasputin's Stash Same (Cotillion) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1971 75.00*
(orig. U.S. print (in uni-pak-jacket) of funky grooves by black combo; organ/fuzz-guitar trades w/reeds 'n brass plus solid percussion-strokes; lyrics on inside of sleeve; nice orig. copy!)
Sharon Redd, Ula Hedwing & Charlotte Crossley
Formerly Of The Harlettes (CBS) EX / EX NL'1978 42.00*
(late 70's dutch print of funky Soul-speckled moves w/a Pop-edge...boss line-up backin' these 3 vocal- ladies (2 dark skinned 'n one white...formerly called the Harlettes) ...Herbie Hancock, Sneaky Pete on pedal-steel guitar, Jose Chepito Areas (of Santana-fame!) Ray Parker Jr., Wah Wah Watson, John Barnes, who arranged and conducted the strings, sits on keyboard; incl. a HOT 9 minutes plus version of  Hancock's "maiden voyage"!w/inner-sleeve;)
The Reddings If Looks Could Kill (Polydor) M / M- D'1985 28.00
(mid-80's german print of Disco-Soul/Funk grooves by black U.S. trio; Charlie Singleton is also featured;)
Vivian Reed Brown Sugar (H&L) EX / EX U.S.'1976 36.00*
(mid-70's U.S. print of funky Soul grooves arranged and conducted by Horace Ott; cover of "yours until tomorrow" (Goffin/King)
Rhythm Heritage Disco-Fied (Abc) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1976 52.00
(mid-70's U.S. print of funky grooves w/brass (feat. Tom Scott & Ernie Wattts) Dean Parks, Ray Parker & Ben Benay play guitar, Victor Feldman on percussion, Lee Ritenour as guest guitarist; Steve Barri & Michael Omartian (also on keyboards) produced;)
Riot Welcome To The World Of (Motown) M- / M- U.S.'1974 55.00
(mid-70's U.S. release of percussion driven funky Soul grooves w/melodic spots and Afro-Latin spiced moves;)
Rose Royce In Full Bloom (Whitfield) EX / EX U.S.'1977 52.00*
(70's U.S. release by Disco-phonkin' troupe (w/black femme lead-singer) produced by Norman Whitfield who also arranged & wrote most of the selections; feat. Wah Wah Watson on guitar; contains the hit single "do your dance"; promo sticker on front of FOC;)
Rainbow Connection IV (Whitfield) SS / SS U.S.'1979 36.00*
(late 70's U.S. release by Disco-phonkin' troupe produced by Norman Whitfield who also arranged & wrote 3 selections;)
Diana Ross Red Hot Rhythm & Blues (EMI) M / M D'1987 28.00*
(80's german release w/ plus inner-bag; title sure is a bit misleading as it's Disco-phonkin' Pop w/ a glimpse  thru' a bluse lookin' for a groove;)
Ross (Motown) M- / EX J'1978 38.00*
(late 70's orig. japanese pressing w/insert-sheet;FOC;)
Silk Electric (RCA) EX / EX U.S.'1982 28.00*
(early 80's U.S. release in FOC plus inner-bag;)
Rufus And Chaka Khan Stompin' At The Savoy-Live (Warner Brothers) M- / EX U.S.'1983 42.00
(U.S. print of 80's LIVE-recorded double-pack of funky, soulful grooves w/a rockin' beat plus brass; Ernie Watts in the horn section, Joe Sample plays piano on one track, Paulinho Da Costa on percussion; FOC;)
Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan Camouflage (MCA) M- / EX / Co. U.S.'1981 38.00*
(orig. U.S. print of early 80's effort by Disco-funkin' combo w/a black femme lead-singer plus brass! sleeve has embossed band-name plus inner-bag;)
Camouflage (MCA) SS / SS U.S.'1981 42.00*
(orig. U.S. print of early 80's effort by Disco-funkin' combo w/a black femme lead-singer plus brass! sleeve has embossed band-name plus inner-bag;)
Same (Abc) SS / SS U.S.'1975 38.00*
(orig. U.S. print of another mid-70's album by West-Coast rockin' combo w/Disco-funkin' moves and a black femme lead-singer plus brass!)
Oliver Sain Blue Max (Abet) EX / EX U.S.'1975 42.00*
(mid 70's funky sound w/Disco cut; incl. "get up and hustle", "London express"; has a promo-sticker on front-cover;)
Blue Max (Abet) SS / SS U.S.'1975 52.00*
mid 70's funky sound w/Disco cut; incl."get up and hustle", "London express")
Merl Saunders You Can Leave Your Hat On (Fantasy) EX / EX U.S.'1976 52.00*
(U.S. print of strong mid-70's funky groove-bag w/laid-back loungy sway; Arthur Adams plays guitar on some tracks! Paul Humphrey on drums... Saunders sings as well; cover of Dylan's "meet me in the morning", King Floyd's "I feel like dynamite", "boogie on reggae woman" (Stevie Wonder) ...plus title track of course!)
Harvey Scales Hot Foot(A Funque Dizco Opera) (Casablanca) M- / EX U.S.'1979 38.00*
(late 70's promo-label-print of conceptual Disco-Phonk album w/horns 'n strings plus ladies backin' up;)
The Sequence Funk You Up (Sugar Hill) EX / EX F'1980 32.00*
(french orig. print of rappin' Disco-Phonk grooves w/femme vocs;)
Marlena Shaw Acting Up (Columbia) M / M- U.S.'1977 34.00*
(late 70's effort by black funky lady;)
Take A Bite (Columbia) EX / EX U.S.'1979 34.00*
(late 70's effort by black funky lady; incl. "suite seventeen:it wa a very good year";)
Shotgun Good Bad & Funky (Abc) VG++ / EX U.S.'1978 36.00*
(late 70's U.S. (Disco)-Funk groover incl. "all spaced out (all funked up")
IV (MCA) EX / M- / Co. U.S.'1980 32.00*
(U.S. print of Disco/Funk piece feat. Ernest Lattimore on guitars; Tom Scott also in the
line-up;)
Kingdom Come (MCA) SS / SS / Cc. U.S.'1980 36.00*
(U.S. print of Disco/Funk piece feat. Ernest Lattimore on guitars; Paulinho Da Costa on percussion;)
Sly & The Family Stone Back On The Right Track (Warner Brothers) M- / EX U.S.'1979 42.00*
(late 70's release by famous 60's DJ-pioneer/ black proto-counter-cult agitator gone shaky Soul-phonkin' lane w/brass 'n plenty o' back-ups; w/ inner-sleeve and promo-stamp embossed on front- 'n back-cover;)
The Soul Train Gang Same (Soul Train) EX / EX(*) / Co. U.S.'1976 28.00*
(mid-70's orig. U.S. print of Disco-Phonkin' grooves by black gathering w/2 femme lead-singer; (*) 1st track has a warp that may be affecting the play;)
Stargard The Changing Of The Gard (Warner Brothers) M / M- U.S.'1979 38.00*
(dancefloor sounds w/melo-funky edge in spots by black U.S. femme trio;)
The Changing Of The Gard (Warner Brothers) EX / EX U.S.'1979 32.00*
(dancefloor sounds w/melo-funky edge in spots by black U.S. femme trio;)
Same (MCA) SS / SS / Cc. U.S.'1977 42.00*
(dancefloor sounds w/melo-funky edge in spots by black U.S. femme trio; incl. the theme from "which way is up"; still sealed;)
Same (MCA) M / EX U.S.'1977 36.00*
(dancefloor sounds w/melo-funky edge in spots by black U.S. femme trio; incl. the theme from "which way is up")
Same (MCA) SS / SS / Cc. U.S.'1977 38.00*
(dancefloor sounds w/melo-funky edge in spots by black U.S. femme trio; incl. the
theme from "which way is up"; still sealed;)
What You Waitin' For (MCA) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1978 36.00*
(dancefloor sounds w/melo-funky edge in spots by black U.S. femme trio;)
What You Waitin' For (MCA) M- / EX / Cc. U.S.'1978 38.00*
(dancefloor sounds w/melo-funky edge in spots by black U.S. femme trio;)
Edwin Starr 25 Miles (Gordy) VG++ / EX / Co. U.S.'1969 42.00*
(late 60's orig. U.S. print of arranged Funky Soul grooves;)
25 Miles (Gordy) EX / VG++ U.S.'1969 42.00*
(late 60's orig. U.S. print of arranged Funky Soul grooves;)
Happy Radio (20th Century Fox) EX / EX U.S.'1979 34.00*
(late 70's U.S. release; Disco-Phonkin' grooves w/horns;)
War & Peace (Motown) M / M- U.S.'198 65.00*
(U.S. 80's reprint of arranged Funky Soul grooves orig. released in 1970 on the Gordy label; Wade Marcus helped arrange;)
War & Peace (Gordy) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1970 55.00*
(orig. U.S. print of arranged Funky Soul grooves; Wade Marcus helped arrange;)
Edwin Starr & Blinky Just We Two (Gordy) VG++ / EX / Cc. U.S.'1969 42.00*
(late 60's orig. print of arranged Funky Soul grooves feat. black lady Blinky adding some voice spice;)
Amii Stewart Knock On Wood (Hansa International) EX / EX D'1979 34.00*
(late 70's german print of Disco-Phonkin' thing by black lady singer; incl. "light my fire" (Doors) title-track written by Eddie Floyd/Steve Cropper;)
Paradise Bird (Hansa International) M- / EX D'197 34.00*
(70's german Club Edition print of Disco-Phonkin' thing by black lady singer; incl. "jealousy", "the letter"...; FOC;)
Sticky Fingers Same (Prelude) M / M U.S.'1978 42.00*
(late 70's U.S. print of hooky Disco-Phonk/Dance grooves w/horns 'n strings, femme lead-vocs;)
Stone City Band The Boys Are Back (Gordy) M- / M- U.S.'1981 32.00*
(early 80's U.S. release of Disco-Phonkin' bag w/horns arranged by member Rick James... and he also produced;)
Geoffrey Stoner Ain't Nothin' Freaky (Ovation) M- / EX / Co. U.S.'1976 52.00*
(mid-70's orig. U.S. print of action-bound funky mover w/tasty strings 'n femme vocs;)
Strutt Time Moves On (Brunswick) VG++ / EX U.S.'1975 52.00*
(mid-70's U.S. orig. white-label-promo-print of Funky Soul-grooves w/brass; Bill Doggett wrote some liners;)
Time Moves On (Brunswick) EX / EX U.S.'1975 42.00*
(mid-70's U.S. orig. print of Funky Soul-grooves w/brass; Bill Doggett wrote some liners;)
Sun Sunburn (Capitol) EX / VG++ U.S.'1978 36.00*
(late 70's U.S. release of funky sounds by black/white combo w/brass; w/inner-sleeve;)
Sylvester And The Hot Band Bazaar (Blue Thumb) EX / M- / Co. U.S.'1973 52.00*
(orig. U.S. print of action-packed Funky Soul grooves w/black femme lead-singer, brass arrangements, some rockin' spurts...; covers of Allen Toussaint's "play something sweet", "on your way down", James Taylor's "don't let me be lonely tonight", "nobodys fault but mine" (Otis Redding)

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