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Old School, Vol. 3


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The third volume of Thump’s Old School series, originally released during the early ‘90s -- back when such compilations were not plentiful -- compiles ‘70s funk and ‘80s club-oriented R&B, almost all of which is essential for fans of the stuff. As usual, there are no obscurities here, unless you count the well-known but hard-to-find-on-CD “I Like What You’re Doing to Me” by Young & Company. Some inclusions, like Brick’s “Dusic,” were clearly mastered from vinyl, but back in the ‘90s, this series was filling a serious void in the compilation market. When Thump reissued the disc in 2011, the label replaced Herbie Hancock's “Rock It” with Jody Watley's “Real Love.” ~ Andy Kellman
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  1. # Song Length
  2. 1 Let's Groove by Earth, Wind & Fire PT5M34S
  3. 2 I'm in Love by Evelyn "Champagne" King PT4M58S
  4. 3 I Like What You're Doing (To Me) by Young & Company PT4M13S
  5. 4 She's a Bad Mama Jama (She's Built, She's Stacked) by Carl Carlton PT3M54S
  6. 5 Give Up the Funk (Tear the Roof off the Sucker) by Parliament PT5M43S
  7. 6 Do It (Let Me See You Shake) by Bar-Kays PT4M8S
  8. 7 Shake Your Pants by Cameo PT6M15S
  9. 8 Dusic by Brick PT5M37S
  10. 9 Early in the Morning by The Gap Band PT6M24S
  11. 10 Rock It by Jody Watley PT5M44S
  12. 11 Fire by Ohio Players PT4M20S
  13. 12 Super Freak by Rick James PT3M22S
  14. 13 Hollywood Swinging by Kool & the Gang PT4M31S
  15. 14 Humpin' by The Gap Band PT5M11S

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