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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by juanpauribe, Apr 24, 2002.
please post a groove that i can play and make heads and butts move.
Jaco Pastorius - "Barbary Coast" (may also make heads spin and hips thrust)
Chameleon by Herbie Hancock. I love that groove. I read somewhere that the groove was stolen from the Sly and the Family Stone song "Thanks You (falletin me be mice elf agin)", which also has a butt shaking groove. Sly and the Fam have a bunch of songs with butt shaking grooves. You should check em out. My favorite is Dance To The Music. So simple yet so butt shaking.
"Chameleon's" melody is stolen from "Thank You" but the main groove (that chromatic to Bb, then walk up to Eb thing) is all Herbie.
"I Wish" by Stevie Wonder - that's the one that always seems to get everybody dancing at live gigs!
My forbidden lover--chic
Light years (the 'bridge' section)--Jamiroquai
Starsky and hutch--James Taylor quartet
Always on the run/Mama said--Lenny Kravitz
Kansas city milkman--Level 42
Wake up call--Uzeb
Do you want to dance--Graham central station
Get yo feet back on the ground--TOP
Cut the cake--Average white band
We want the funk--PFunk allstars
And the list goes on----------------------
I've seen quite a few butts move to "Brick House" (Commodores).
a song that really gets my butt going is "The Jam" by Larry Graham.
Opus pocus by jaco always gets me going. hell yeah. jaco can groove
My personal favorites:
-Axel Foley (Harold Faltermeyer)
-Play That Funky Music (Wild Cherry)
-Rapper's Delight (Sugar Hill Gang, [Yeah, it's the
same beat as "Good Times", but the lyrics
are more fun])
-Check the O.R. (Organized Rhyme [Seriously])
-Jungle Love (Morris Day and The Time)
-Brick House (Commodores)