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Before the soul and disco hits, Bill Curtis' Fatback Band were one of the tightest funk groups in the world, and their catalogue threw up several rarities.'Dance Girl' was their final single released in 1974 before they signed to Event/Spring. A New York block party classic that was deleted when the Perception label went bust. It was so popular at the time that it was covered by the Rimshots once it became unobtainable.'Keep On Brother Keep On' was the group's second single on Bill's own BC Projects II label. It is a sought-after collectable on it's original 1971 press, likely to set you back over £1000 for a copy.
Before the soul and disco hits, Bill Curtis' Fatback Band were one of the tightest funk groups in the world, and their catalogue threw up several rarities.'Dance Girl' was their final single released in 1974 before they signed to Event/Spring. A New York block party classic that was deleted when the Perception label went bust. It was so popular at the time that it was covered by the Rimshots once it became unobtainable.'Keep On Brother Keep On' was the group's second single on Bill's own BC Projects II label. It is a sought-after collectable on it's original 1971 press, likely to set you back over £1000 for a copy.
029667031776
Dance Girl / Keep On Brother Keep On (Uk)
Artist: Bill Curtis / King,Johnny / Fatback Band
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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DISC: 1

1. Dance Girl - Fatback Brother Bill Curtis
2. Keep on Brother Keep on - Johnny King ; Fatback Band

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Before the soul and disco hits, Bill Curtis' Fatback Band were one of the tightest funk groups in the world, and their catalogue threw up several rarities.'Dance Girl' was their final single released in 1974 before they signed to Event/Spring. A New York block party classic that was deleted when the Perception label went bust. It was so popular at the time that it was covered by the Rimshots once it became unobtainable.'Keep On Brother Keep On' was the group's second single on Bill's own BC Projects II label. It is a sought-after collectable on it's original 1971 press, likely to set you back over £1000 for a copy.
        
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