B.T. Express - Stretch mp3 flac
Express - Stretch (Funk 1980).
Express - Stretch .
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Express (originally named Brooklyn Transit Express) was an American funk/disco group, that had a number of successful songs during the 1970s. The group was part of the "Brooklyn sound" of the early 1970s, formed from three players of the group King Davis House Rockers.
Александр Невзоров, колбасный вор и расхититель гробниц, подарил Ивану свой прах.
Wonderland Love Theme The Wonderland Band - Wonder Woman (LP, Album). Express - Stretch (Single). Excaliber Records Ltd.
Stretch is the ninth studio album by the American solo artist Scott Walker. It was released in November 1973 but was unsuccessful on the music charts. No singles were released from the album. It was Walker's first solo album for CBS/Columbia records after departing from Philips Records. The majority of the songs recorded for the album were covers of old songs, some of which were by songwriters Walker had covered before such as Randy Newman and Jimmy Webb
Do It (Til You're Satisfied)," "Peace Pipe," "Shout It Out" and "Express" are among the handful of jams on this engaging 15-song CD that were actually sizable hits on Black radio; most of the other songs, however, don't fit that description. But play this collection for anyone who deejayed in a Black club in the 1970s, and chances are they'll know most of the material. And the 1980 recordings "Stretch" and "Does It Feel Good" are pretty generic, but on the whole, this disc is something funksters should savor.
EXPRESS - Stretch (extended). Express - Stretch (Funk 1980). 1. Do It ('Til You're Satisfied). 3. Does It Feel Good. 5. Have Some Fun. . 6. Do You Like It. 7. Give Up The Funk (Let's Dance). 8. Give It What You Got. 9. Once You Get It.
Express is: Carlos Ward – Alto Saxophone, Flute, horn arrangments on ‘Give Up The Funk’. Rick Thompson – Guitar. Matrix, Runout: BL 36333. If you’ve never listened to a record by . Express, this probably isn’t the place to start. Not that it is a bad album, it’s just not a really good album – but the good cuts on it are pretty damn good. The quintessential 1970s funk sound of the band’s classic years is being updated for a new era here, complete with futuristic themes in the cover art and a little bit of the music. Take the opening cut, Taking Off!, which appears to be about getting an aerobic workout in outer space.
Express (B. T. Express song). Single by B. Express. from the album Do It ('Til You're Satisfied). Roadshow/Scepter gue/Pye International/PWL International/Plaza Records.
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Producer, Arranged By – Morrie BrownWritten-By – E. Walker*, W. Hall, Jr.*
Producer – Jeff LaneRemix – Bobby "D.J." Guttadaro*Written-By – B.T. Express
|B2||Do It (Till You're Satisfied) (Remix)
Producer – Jeff LaneRemix – Bobby "D.J." Guttadaro*Written-By – B. Nichols*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Roadshow Records Corp.
- Distributed By – Precision Records & Tapes Limited
NotesTaken from the album "Old Gold, Future Gold" - EXCLP 5001
A BPM: 112, B1 BPM: 109, B2 BPM: 108
Produced & Arranged for Mighty M Productions
℗ 1980 Roadshow Records Corp
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): EXCP 503 A-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): EXCP 503 B-1
|11-11400||B.T. Express||Stretch (7", Single)||Columbia||11-11400||US||1980|
|AS 876||B.T. Express||Stretch (12", Promo)||Columbia||AS 876||US||1980|
|11-11400||B.T. Express||Stretch (7", Single, Promo)||Columbia||11-11400||US||1980|
|EXC 503||B.T. Express||Stretch / I Just Wanna Hold You (7")||Excaliber Records Ltd.||EXC 503||UK||1980|
|EXPRO 1||B.T. Express||Stretch (12", S/Sided, Promo, W/Lbl)||Excaliber Records Ltd.||EXPRO 1||UK||1980|