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Turn This Mutha Out

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Idris Muhammad recorded this classic Jazz-Funk album 'Turn This Mutha Out' in 1977 for the Kudu label. Some great session musicians accompanied him and the album has that David Matthews signature Disco-Jazz-Funk sound. It was well received in the UK most notably for the opening track 'Could Heaven Ever Be Like This', an undisputed classic. Idris and Wilbur Bascomb on bass create the perfect bedrock for Mike Brecker on Tenor Sax, Hiram Bullock on Guitar and Cliff Carter on Synthesizer to solo above, topped by Frank Floyd's vocals. It has been sampled at least seventeen times, most notably by Jamiroquai and Drake.

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Format: LP
Label: Soul Brother Records (3)
Catalogue numbers: LP SBCS 73

Phonographic Copyright (p)-Sony Music Entertainment
Copyright (c)-Sony Music Entertainment
Licensed From-Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited
Manufactured By-Passion Music
Marketed By-Passion Music
Distributed By-Red Essential
Made By-Creed Taylor
Lacquer Cut At-Finyl Tweek
Recorded At-Mediasound
Recorded At-Electric Lady Studios

Barcodes & Identifiers:
Barcode-5013993 577317
Matrix / Runout-LPSBCS 73 A-1
Matrix / Runout-LPSBCS 73 B-1 [email protected]
Rights Society-Stemra
Media Condition: Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)

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