Fist Full of 45s: Ride On Mix

Ride OnThis week’s mix comes courtesy of a dig I did early last week. Most of the records with the exception of the first track were dug up together. The first track by Pigalle Connection is done by Gee from Soul Sugar on the Mocambo label. There is a hefty mix of original funk and soul, including some Touissaint production, sister soul from Detroit via Houston, a top notch track on Kenny Rodger’s brother’s record label, plus a couple of modern funk tracks that are dynamite and out of sight. The theme of the mix of course is The Man With No name and one of the best Spaghetti Westerns of all time. Because if you think about it, we are 45 rpm slingers, trying to make a name for ourselves throughout the land with our ammunition. While a lot of people have the rifles, we’d rather stick with our 45s. Clint couldn’t have said it better. Please enjoy this new mix recorded all live in one take in our Greenville Studios here in Jersey City, NJ. Pass it on if you dig.

Fist Full of 45’s: Ride On Track List

Pigalle Connection – Pigalle Theme
Tommie Young – Everybody’s Got A Little Devil In Their Soul
Maceo And All The King’s Men – Got To Getcha
Connie Price And The Keystones – The Badger
Chocolate Milk – Grand Theft
Lowell Fulsom – Lovin’ Touch
Billy Butler & Infinity – Free Yourself
Soul Diggers – Soul Dig
A.C. Jones – Hole In Your Soul
Young, Holt Unlimited – Who’s Making Love
The Lamp Sisters – Ride On
Bobby Patterson And The Mustangs – Broadway Ain’t Funky No More
Fabulous Counts – Lunar Funk
The People’s Choice – Let Me Do My Thing
The Poets of Rhythm – Guiding Resolution

Keep Diggin’!

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