There's more to funk than James Brown and Prince and this outstanding album is a further exploration of DJ Keb Darge's massive collection of soul, funk and hammond-heavy nuggets. Starting in the mid sixties, with some monster, Booker T and JB inspired grind, then winding up in 1980 with more horns, strings and smooth vocals, Legendary Deep Funk chronicles the development of the real, underground funk sound. Always on top of the pile at parties, I've always found this record to have an excellent, "Bloody hell Rich, this is ace, what the hell is it?" factor, it never fails to fill the floor. A cast iron reference point for all modern funk soul brothers and sisters, no home is complete without it, so buy it now sugar!