Reviews by Genre ‘Funk’

Dennis Coffey, Dennis Coffey

Posted on May 10, 2011

Dennis Coffey, Dennis Coffey

The album is an homage to Detroit. Coffey’s choice of covers from his past and from the Motor City culture, compliment his new originals as well as the new purveyors of the genre. He stands tall amongst youngsters, schooling them a bit and making a fine record at the same time.

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Galactic, Ya-Ka-May

Posted on December 28, 2010

Galactic, Ya-Ka-May

At number four in the Mondophonic Top Ten…

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Sisters Loves, With Love; Love’s Gem

Posted on September 20, 2010

Sisters Loves, With Love;   Love's Gem

Let’s be honest. The soul music of the late 60’s and early 70’s has been so thoroughly researched, analyzed and reissued that the discovery of heretofore unknown gems seems impossible. Then along comes an album like Sisters Love’s With Love to destroy that jaded notion.

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Enslaved By Budos

Posted on August 18, 2010

Enslaved By Budos

It takes until Track No. 7 rolls around on Budos Band III for a tune entitled “Budos
Dirge” to make its appearance. Frankly, this track should have been the title cut.

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