Saturday, 14 April 2007

Dial M-A-C-E-O for groove!

Here is one of the best funk artist ever known. He was the saxophonist of James Brown in his early way to success. Here i present Maceo Parker, you really shouldn't miss this one out cause it will jump you off your feet! I was going to post a kind of rare album of his "Life On Planet Groove" but it got erased from my Mp3 player (i riped alot of cd's from my uncle place) and i couldn't find it anywhere on the net so here is the second best album of his (in my opinion), and his first album as a solo artist. Later on ill post his newest album, so keep yourself updated. Enjoy!

Funkoverload-Maceo Parker and His Band (1998)
  1. Maceo's Groove (5:24
  2. Uptown Up (4:16)
  3. Sing A Simple Song (3:38)
  4. Tell Me Something Good (3:40)
  5. Elephant's Foot
  6. Let's Get It On (3:49)
  7. Youth Of The World (3:36)
  8. We're On The Move (4:13)
  9. Inner City Blues (4:23)
  10. Going In Circles (6:53)
  11. Do You Love Me (3:58)


Doing Their Own Thing-Maceo & All the King's Men (1991) Originally released in 1970

1. Maceo [7:45]
2. Got To Getcha [2:49]
3. Southwick [3:28]
4. Funky Women [5:43]
5. Shake It Baby (Keep On Shakin' It) [2:11]
6. Better Half [4:55]
7. Don't Waste This World Away [6:18]
8. Mag-Poo [3:19]
9. (I Remember) Mr. Banks [5:27]
10. Thank You For Letting Me Be Myself Again [6:17]