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Tower of Power - Estival Jazz Lugano 2010 Live Full

Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by Whousedtoplay, Oct 28, 2013.


  1. Whousedtoplay

    Whousedtoplay

    May 18, 2013
    TEXAS
    Tower of Power - Estival Jazz Lugano 2010 Live Full


    Tracklist:
    Part 1:
    01 - We came to play [0:20]
    02 - Soul with a capital S [02:45]
    03 - Can't you see [8:00]
    04 - You met your match [12:15]
    05 - Give me the proof [17:10]
    06 - Willing to learn [20:28]
    07 - Maybe It'll Rub Off [29:40]
    08 - Souled out [33:00]
    09 - What is hip [37:20]
    Part 2:
    10 - How Could This Happen To Me [48:53]
    11 - So I got to groove [53:40]
    12 - Walkin' up Hip Street [1:00:05]
    13 - Me & Mrs. Jones [1:11:10]
    14 - Diggin' on James Brown [1:17:30]
    15 - It's a new day (James Brown) [1:19:15]
    16 - I got the feeling (James Brown) [1:24:10]
    17 - So very hard to go [1:27:55]
    18 - Get Yo' Feet Back On The Ground [1:31:50]
     
  2. Fat Steve

    Fat Steve The poodle bites, the poodle chews it.

    Caught them at the Strawberry Music Festival in the Fall of 2011. Head full of mushrooms + T.O.P = Mind blown!
     
  3. MrLenny1

    MrLenny1

    Jan 17, 2009
    N.H.
    Nothing like TOP.
    Caught them 5 years in a row.
     
  4. Whousedtoplay

    Whousedtoplay

    May 18, 2013
    TEXAS
    Nothing like TOP, that's true.
    I just wonder.
    Nowadays, we have so many music schools,
    so many tutorials,
    so many books,
    so many available recordings,
    learning tools, and
    apps on the Internet,
    plus different types of computer software for recording and music creation, etc...,
    but
    I cannot find any NEW groups that would be capable of replacing those good O'l bands like TOP.
     
  5. Fat Steve

    Fat Steve The poodle bites, the poodle chews it.

    Not sure anyone would take the time and effort to these days. With DJs and electronic music getting bigger and bigger, there simply isn't a demand for those big bands of yesteryear. Sure, there are great bands out there doing funk R&B and soul, but the radio isn't playing them.
     
  6. Loel

    Loel Blazin' Acadian

    Oct 31, 2004
    These guys are Canadian,i always go and see them
    when they play locally... Five Alarm Funk

     

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