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Struttin'
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on 26 February 2016
Good grooves on here
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on 13 November 2003
This is one of the greater recordings of The Meters. It was released in 1970. Absolutely dirty - exactly the way it should be! It's the third and last Meters album to feature that really raw, dirty, early seventies sound (distant drumkit, distorted hammond, picky guitar in your left ear and a fat P-bass right in your face).
There's constant groove throughout this JAMMIN' although well organized album. A few vocal cuts are included; a perfect amount if you ask me. The Glen Campbell cover "Wichita Lineman" (written by Jimmy Webb) was the first vocal ballad to be released by The Meters; that and the vocal gumboesque Roquel Davis cover "Darling Darling Darling" are suitable variatons from the rest of the material.
Two bonus tracks included! No reason for disappointment!
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on 18 December 2007
I love this album. As a hip-hop fan of some twenty years it was not only a joy to listen to this album in order to play "spot the sample" (dozens of 'em I might add) but to enjoy this album in its own right. The "Hand Clapping Song" is a downright classic and the rest of the album is a delight.
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on 2 November 2007
This album is amazing and well recorded for 1970 too. If you want to get into 70's funk, try this and something like the JB's. You won't regret it!
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on 19 September 2016
Perfect!
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