Dyke & The Blazers - Funky Broadway FLAC album
Genre: Soul and Funk music
Title: Funky Broadway
FLAC version ZIP size: 1226 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1460 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1388 mb
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Funky Broadway" is a song written by Arlester "Dyke" Christian. It was originally recorded by his band, Dyke & the Blazers, in 1967, and was made into a hit by Wilson Pickett that same year. The song reached number one on the Billboard Hot Soul Singles chart and number eight on its Hot 100 chart. The song is notable as being the first charted single with the word "Funky" in the title as well as being prototypical funk music itself. Wilson Pickett - vocals. Spooner Oldham - piano, organ.
The late Dyke (Arlester Christian) was from Buffalo yet, after once backing the O'Jays in Phoenix, the band either became stranded or decided to stay there. It was the luckiest break they ever had, since they met someone who knew someone, which resulted in the recording and release of "Funky Broadway," a rough, funky, bass heavy dance tune written by Christian that rocketed up the charts. Funky Broadway" scored again when Wilson Pickett recorded it; his version had better musicians, but Dyke's rawer, amateurish original, had more gut appeal
Funky Broadway, Pt. 1, 02:40. Funky Broadway, Pt. 2, 02:55. Broadway Combination, 03:26. The Wrong House, 10:09.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from The Funky Broadway (1966) by Dyke & The Blazers. This album has an average beat per minute of 131 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 114/170 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Funky Broadway. 1. Funky Broadway Part 1. 2'40.
Free download and listen The Funky Broadway. Dyke & The Blazers, Dyke and the Blazers. Tracks count: 10. Views: 3. Dyke & The Blazers - City Dump 03:20. Dyke & The Blazers - Funky Broadway Part 1 02:40. Dyke & The Blazers - Don't Bug Me 02:37.
Dyke And The Blazers were one of the great uptempo and dance/funk R&B bands; they weren't much for harmonizing or doing slow, romantic ballads, but on such songs as "Funky Broadway" or "We Got More Soul" they could strut and wail right alongside Archie Bell And The Drells. This was first-rate, driving soul and R&B. 1 Funky Broadway, Pt. 1 Dyke & the Blazers 2:38. 2 Funky Broadway, Pt. 2 Dyke & the Blazers 2:53. 3 Uhh, Pt. 1 Dyke & the Blazers 2:3. 4 Uhh, Pt. 2 Dyke & the Blazers 2:13
|A||Funky Broadway Part I|
|B||Funky Broadway Part II|
- Producer – Barrett*, Coleman*
- Written-By – Christian*
A Desert Sound Production, Phoenix, Arizona
|45-101||Dyke And The Blazers*||Funky Broadway (7", Mono)||Artco Records||45-101||US||1966|
|8978X||Dyke & The Blazers||Funky Broadway (7", Single)||Reo||8978X||Canada||1967|
|OS-64||Dyke And The Blazers*||Funky Broadway - Parts I and II (7", Single)||Original Sound||OS-64||US||1967|
|OBG 4506||Dyke & The Blazers||Funky Broadway Pt. 1 / Funky Broadway Pt. 2 (7", RE)||Original Sound||OBG 4506||US||1984|
|OS-64||Dyke & The Blazers||Funky Broadway (7", Single)||Original Sound||OS-64||US||1967|