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Predominantly an R&B-based funk outfit, many claim their "King Tim III (Personality Jock)" was the first rap record.
Discover all The Fatback Band's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. 307 samples, 14 covers, 4 remixes. Baby I'm-a Want You (1972).
THE FATBACK BAND is a funk music artist. Active in the 70's and 80's - they released an impressive 22 albums in two decades time, at labels Spring Records, Event Records In. Perception Records and Cotillion. They were the band concept of innovative drummer Bill Curtis that wished to merge the "fatback" jazz beat of New Orleans into a funk band. They had seminal hits like "(Do The) Spanish Hustle", "I Like Girls", "Gotta Get My Hands on Some (Money)", and "Backstrokin'".
The Fatback Band I Found Lovin' (Master Mix-Reissue). The Fatback Band Njia (Nija). The Fatback Band Wicky Wacky. The Fatback Band Backstrokin'. The Fatback Band You've Got That Magic. The Fatback Band Put Your Love(In My Tender Care)(Sampled by Lakim Shabazz "Pure Righteousness" Naughty By Nature "Written On Ya Kitten" KO-S "4,3,2,1"). The Fatback Band Spanish Hustle (12'' Extended Mix).
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The Ultimate Fatback 1969-84 does the trick. It's actually missing a few songs that appeared on the Rhino comp, but there's no arguing with the good value it supplies, with 31 songs and about two hours of music. It also includes a number of items from their early, more soul-funk-oriented career in particular that escaped inclusion on the Rhino release, which covered the narrower era of 1975-1983.
CreditsJohn Anderson - Arranger, Producer
Ben Ashbourne - Arranger, Producer
Kenny Ballard - Composer
Tony Ben - Remixing
Calvin Duke - Composer
Fatback - Primary Artist
The Fatback Band - Primary Artist
Johnny Flippin - Composer
Rob Keyloch - Arranger, Executive Producer, Producer, Remixing
Johnny King - Composer
Lightfoot - Remixing
Mike Nielsen - Arranger, Producer, Remixing
Nick Robbins - Mastering
Dean Rudland - Release Coordinator
Temple of Sound - Arranger, Producer, Remixing
Gerry Thomas - Composer
Tony Thorpe - Arranger, Producer
Transglobal Underground - Arranger, Producer, Remixing
Mike Willox - Arranger, Producer
Peter Woolcott - Arranger, Producer
|1||Feed Me Your Love Johnny Flippin||The Fatback Band feat: Fatback||6:18|
|2||Mister Bass Man Gerry Thomas||The Fatback Band feat: Fatback||4:29|
|3||Groovy Kind of Day||The Fatback Band feat: Fatback||8:40|
|4||Boogie Freak Kenny Ballard / Calvin Duke / Johnny Flippin||The Fatback Band feat: Fatback||6:57|
|5||Spread Love (AKA All Over the World) Gerry Thomas||The Fatback Band feat: Fatback||4:49|
|6||Spanish Hustle Gerry Thomas||The Fatback Band feat: Fatback||4:32|
|7||Backstrokin' Johnny Flippin||The Fatback Band feat: Fatback||6:47|
|8||Yum Yum (Gimme Some) Johnny King||The Fatback Band feat: Fatback||5:16|
|9||Put the Funk on You (AKA Funky Streak)||The Fatback Band feat: Fatback||3:54|
|10||Keep Your Fingers Out of the Jam||The Fatback Band feat: Fatback||5:37|