Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Maceo collection. The man is a living funk machine. Much like his bandleader Maceo is eager to perform until his very last day.
Album name spelled US on the front cover, back cover and spine, US!! on the labels. Matrix, Runout (Runout side A, variant 1): PE-6601-A-1A K-6495 RL SON STERLING. He's 73 yet the energy in his current performances make you believe it's 1973. Thank you for blessing us with so much exceptionalism. It goes without saying this album is nothing short of sensational. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful. great album in point of "Soul of a Black Man" a marvel.
gr A Funk, Soul, Jazz & R&B digital record collection. Maceo and All the Kings Men revolted and ditched James Brown to Do Their Own Thing and what they did was great! Apparently JB suppressed the album, and the rumour goes that he payed DJs not to play it. Makes sense, because I don’t know how else it couldn’t have made a huge, influential splash in the music scene. Maceo leads the band with James Brown precision, but the tunes feel better crafted and less redundant (don’t get me wrong; I love JB) because the pieces get to JAM.
Maceo Plex has a new album on the way called Solar. News of the record broke late last year when the US artist, real name Eric Estornel, released Journey To Solar, an LP of club-focussed material written during the same period as Solar. The new album is more varied, spanning electronica, dub, breakbeat and techno. Estornel, who named Solar after his son, says it chronicles his fatherhood, from "the ups and downs in the first few years" to "its effects on life, marriage and more.
Maceo & All the King's Men. Doing Their Own Thing. House of the Fox, Charly Records. Maceo & All the King's Men. Funky Music Machine. For All the King's Men. 4th & Broadway. Life on Planet Groove. Jive, Novus, Minor Music.
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