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Something weird about this compilation

Tom Browne's 70's release, "Browne Sugar", is his best in my book. This compilation includes some 80's releases that are more electronic than anything else and most jazz artists just don't fit that genre. But, what's really weird to me about this one is the picture ---- that is NOT Tom Browne! Who in the world put this together and who's photo is that on the cover??? He doesn't even look enough like Tom Browne to be an impostor. It says it's released by Sony Music. That's a major label. You'd think they'd have a picture of Tom or just use some artistic design or something. Does Tom know about this??? I should call the authorities!!! Do an image search for Tom Browne and see what he really looks like!

THANK YOU, ITunes for adding one of the best classic albums to our library!

Funkin' for Jamaica, has been creating allot of sweat, otherwise known as funk, for many years. A party isn't a party until one of the two songs, Funkin' for Jamaica or Thighs High ( Grip Your Hips and Move ) has been played. After breaking a sweat from dancing, the night is complete!


Finally! Tom Browne's classic "funkin' for Jamaica" is now on itunes. Its about time! Check out his other funky stuff.


Born: 1954 in New York, NY

Genre: Jazz

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

Tom Browne was a familiar figure on the R&B charts during the 1979-1989 period when he was recording pop-oriented material for GRP and Arista. Browne studied piano for a year when he was 11 and then switched to trumpet, attending New York City's High School of Music and Art. Originally interested in classical music, Browne discovered jazz while in college in the mid-'70s. He worked with Sonny Fortune, recorded with Lonnie Smith, and then signed with GRP. Although influenced by Freddie Hubbard and...
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