Backstreet Brit Funk Vol. 2 (Compiled by Joey Negro) (2018)

Backstreet Brit Funk Vol. 2 (Compiled by Joey Negro) (2018)

Artist: Compiled by Joey Negro
Title: Backstreet Brit Funk Vol. 2
Label: Z Records
Style: Gospel, Soulful, Jazz-Funk, Jump Blues, Ballad, Disco, Boogie
Release Date: 13-07-2018
Format: CD, Compilation
Quality: 256 Kbps/Joint Stereo/44100Hz
Codec: MP3
Tracks: 25 Tracks
Time: 02:25:22 Min
Size: 279 MB

01. Savanna - I Can't Turn Away 5:38
02. Rick Clarke - Potion 6:05
03. The Antilles - I've Got To Have You 6:08
04. The Hudsons - Show Me You Care 5:20
05. Paradise - Stop And Think 5:26
06. Index - Starlight 6:39
07. The Oceans - Pacific Dream 5:50
08. Powerline - Watching You 4:58
09. Janet Kay - Eternally Grateful (Unreleased Dub Mix) 8:59
10. Veira Krew - Sexy Lady 5:30
11. Ad 2000 - Love Time Machine 6:14
12. Mercy Mercy - What Are We Gonna Do About It 6:43
13. Touchdown - Ease Your Mind 6:08
14. Cache - Jazzin' And Cruisin' 5:09
15. Martin Island - Don't Give It Up (Part 1 & 2 Edit) 6:56
16. Congress - You Gotta Get It (Unreleased Edit) 4:53
17. Rare Moods - Closer To Your Love 4:43
18. Kandidate - Girls Girls Girls 3:50
19. The Paul Bailey Sound - Take A Walk In The Moonlight 6:04
20. Eastbound Expressway - Never Let Go 6:44
21. Proton - We're Funkin' 5:50
22. Ritual - Non Stop Boogie 4:05
23. Cloud - All Night Long 7:02
24. Brazelia - Brazelia 3:58
25. I.C.Q - Final Approach 6:28

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Z Records continues its commitment to unearthing the obscure and long forgotten tracks from the last 40 years with the much-anticipated follow up to Backstreet Brit Funk. Volume 2 has been eight years in the making and continues to showcase the best of the genre from the late 70s to early 80s, compiled once again by Joey Negro.
Brit Funk is perhaps one of the UK's most under-appreciated genres. Emerging in the late 70's and taking influences from jazz, funk, reggae and pop, by the early 80s it had spread all over the UK. Chart-topping mainstream bands like Wham!, Spandau Ballet and Haircut 100 tapped into the style and sound to help launch their careers, whilst Linx, Level 42, Light of The World, The Cool Notes and Hi Tension were all Brit Funk acts who troubled the UK top 40 with their own singles.
Brit Funk was essentially the UK's answer to underground disco, with musicians at first imitating and eventually developing the sounds they heard on the US imports that made it across the pond. And like disco, the Brit Funk scene was significant in reducing racial boundaries in the clubs and raising the profile of black and white musicians who worked together.

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