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Old School, Vol. 3

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8/22/2006

Review

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 5:34
  3. 2 I'm in Love by Evelyn "Champagne" King 4:58
  4. 3 I Like What You're Doing (To Me) by Young & Company 4:13
  5. 4 She's a Bad Mama Jama (She's Built, She's Stacked) by Carl Carlton 3:54
  6. 5 Give Up the Funk (Tear the Roof off the Sucker) by Parliament 5:43
  7. 6 Do It (Let Me See You Shake) by Bar-Kays 4:8
  8. 7 Shake Your Pants by Cameo 6:15
  9. 8 Dusic by Brick 5:37
  10. 9 Early in the Morning by The Gap Band 6:24
  11. 10 Rock It by Jody Watley 5:44
  12. 11 Fire by Ohio Players 4:20
  13. 12 Super Freak by Rick James 3:22
  14. 13 Hollywood Swinging by Kool & the Gang 4:31
  15. 14 Humpin' by The Gap Band 5:11

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