The Fun(K) Club | A Taste of Money

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A Taste of Money

by The Fun(K) Club

Classic Funk & R&B a la Booker T & The Meters, with a small drop of acid jazz.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Funk
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1. A Taste of Money
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2. Led Astray
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3. 38 Graymont
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4. Luigi, Luigi
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5. Insomniac
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6. Dancin with Mr. Boomer
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7. Sunday Mambo
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8. Tea for Three
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9. Hush, Hush Miss Betty
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10. Handball
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11. ( Everybody Wants) a piece of my Mary
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12. New York Underground
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13. Datizda Mayor of Drunk Town
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14. Candy Apple Strut
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15. Come to the Club
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Fun(k) Club was born in 1999 when Liberty Devitto (drums) & Tommy Calton ( guitar) teamed up with Doug Bare (organ) & Larry Jacoby (bass) to do a recording of original instrumentals.Charlie Dechant (saxes) & Steve Walters (trumpet) joined in, gave great performances & creative input.John Marsden( engineer) did the final mix to Doug Bares recorded rhythm tracks, and the result was The Fun(k) Clubs first cd-"A Taste of Money"


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David Patton

Excellent
I was very impressed--bought the CD based on having heard the drummer and guitar player in other groups--I was blown away! This is one of the tightest groups I've ever heard. Nice to see a group of musicians of this caliber playing together, not trying to outdo each other. Definitely worth the money, can't wait for the next one.

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good
excelent cd, worth every penny...fantastic drumming