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Album Review

These basslines are good enough to make you think a P-Funk platter got misplaced in the Dazz Band's jewel case. Producer/singer/bassist/songwriter Nathaniel Phillip and Bobby Harris create the most satisfying Dazz Band set ever on this one. They're joined by Skip Martin (lead vocals and trumpet), Kevin Kendricks and Michael Norfleet (keyboards), Marlon McClain (guitar), Kenny Pettus (percussion), and Raymond Calhoun (drums). Teri Stanton provides lead and background vocals, along with Martin, Pettus, Harris, and George Clinton. Original member Pierre DeMudd and Keith Hanes contribute backing vocals. Pettus had been the band's lead singer on 20th Century Fox Records, but didn't participate in the Motown recordings. An even mixture of funk, rap, jazz, and soul will keep you from skipping tracks. Dazz takes on Bootsy Collins' ballad "I'd Rather Be With You" and removes the rough edges, making the newly titled "I Wanna Be With You" more seductive and ten times lusher than the original. "Downstairs Lounge" is a sweet piece of well-executed fusion from the crew that was originally known as Kinsman Dazz. Clinton only appears on a couple of tracks, but his influence is evident throughout. If you're expecting "Let It Whip" or "Joy Stick," you might be disappointed — for a minute. Martin's overly dramatic ballads are missing, though "Oh What a Night" (not the Dells' classic) comes close. The Dazz Band has matured into a group of perfectionists and gets closer to creating its masterpiece with each release.


Formed: 1977 in Cleveland, OH

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The Cleveland-based Dazz Band was one of the more popular funk groups of the early '80s. Bobby Harris formed the group in the late '70s, merging two Cleveland funk bands, Bell Telefunk and Mother Braintree. After myriad lineup changes, the end result was an eight-piece band featuring Harris, Skip Martin III, Pierre DeMudd on horns and vocals, guitarist Eric Fearman, bassist Michael Wiley, drummer Isaac Wiley, keyboardist Kevin Frederick, and percussionist Kenny Pettus. Harris and lead songwriter/guitarist...
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Here We Go Again, Dazz Band
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  • 6,99 €
  • Genres: R&B/Soul, Music, Funk
  • Released: 05 May 1998

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