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Friday, October 9, 2009


Funky records simply DON'T get any hotter than this! Easily matching the intensity of James Brown's best, this record, released at the height of "popcorn mania" ("Mother Popcorn", "Let A Man Come In And Do The Popcorn", etc) is one of the strongest records of the late 60's/ early 70's.

Lou was a NYC based producer who also cut a number of great records on his own (a handful of which have been featured on this very blog).

Pt 2 is an instrumental continuation (billed as Mr. C & Funck Junction) that I recommend to all beat collectors; if you want it, just email me.

from 1970...



Perrata 2000 said...

I've been amazed by this record since I first heard it at the Funky 16Corners. This truly is the essence of funk.I have been chasing it ever since but the few times i've seen it in ebay it has been going for some very steep prices. Where do you find your copy and could you send me the B side? Thank you very much!


Anonymous said...

I'm with Perrata on this one. I also heard this first on Funky 16 Corners but am glad to see you spreading the word on this awesone slice of funk. Another great posting! W.

Anonymous said...

I've just found out about this blog through Funky16corners, and i'm liking it more by the minute! :)

If you can drop me the flipside instrumental, that would be wicked!