9 thoughts on “ Uhh Part 1 - Dyke And The Blazers* - So Sharp! (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. More 45's by Dyke and the Blazers Funky Broadway - Parts 1 & 2 (M), Collectables , $ So Sharp/ Don't Bug Me (M), Original Sound 69, $
  2. Art Laboe had said that he had trimmed down most Dyke & The Blazers singles for release, and so I carefully examined the multi-tracks to find the original jams. It proved a challenge, as the Hollywood sessions were all cut on 1-inch track tape, an unusual format that Art and original Sound engineer Paul Buff had pioneered in the mids.
  3. Dyke And The Blazers A: So Sharp B: Don't Bug Me: Original Sound USA: OS May 7" 1: Dyke And The Blazers A: Funky Walk Part 1 (East) B: Funky Walk Part 2 (West) Original Sound USA: OS Mar 7" 1: $7: Dyke And The Blazers A: Funky Bull Pt. I B: Funky Bull Pt. II: Original Sound USA: OS Sep 7" 2: Dyke And.
  4. Dyke & the Blazers were one of the first acts -- possibly the first notable act -- to play funk other than James Brown. Indeed, they often sounded like a sort of junior version of Brown and the JB's,.
  5. Jan 01,  · The Phoenix band Dyke & the Blazers picked up on the rhythms, bass and organ innovations of James Brown's band and released "Funky Broadway - Part I" in , the first black dance single with the name "Funky" in the title. "Funky Broadway" was later covered by Wilson Pickett, resulting in a #1 .
  6. Sep 11,  · Original Sound Os - Funky Broadway - Tracks: Funky Broadway Part 1&2 / UHH Part 1&2 / Broadway Combination / City Dump / The Wrong House / So Sharp / Don't Bug Me. Original Sound Os - Dyke & The Blazers Greatest Hits –
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for So Sharp! - Dyke & the Blazers on AllMusic - /
  8. Nice collection centered around this band's brief mid to late 60's run, Funky Broadway showcases Dyke & The Blazers' loose 'n' greasy brand of funk, and while not about to knock James Brown off his throne, this is pretty solid stuff, highlighted by some lively organ work and Dyke's raspy vocal delivery. Of course "Funky Broadway" is here, recut in a better known version by Wilson Pickett, and.
  9. Dyke kept it unremittingly raw and funky, notching lesser hits with So Sharp and Funky Walk – Part 1 (East). When The Blazers splintered, Dyke hung up his bass (at least in the studio) and recorded from on at Original Sound's studios on Sunset Boulevard with a contingent from The Watts rd Street Rhythm Band, giving his '69 smashes We Got More Soul and Let A Woman Be A Woman – Let A .

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