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Maceo & The macks

Cross The Tracks (We Better Go Back) and Soul Power '74 are on of the best funk songs i ever heard in my life.
I recomend it to every funk lover.

Best Funk You've Never Heard

The Grunt parts 1 & 2 is commonly referred as the greatest Funk song of all time. The part 2 gives you the part of the song where Bootsy explodes on his bass guitar midway through the bridge. I'm not sure but I believe this is one of the few songs with recorded with the best JBs of all-time playing together Fred, Maceo, Boosty, Clyde, Bobby.


Formed: 1970

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

The J.B.'s were the legendary supporting cast of musicians behind James Brown, earning a well-deserved reputation as the tightest, best-drilled instrumental ensemble in all of funk. The name J.B.'s is most often associated with three hornmen in particular -- saxophonists Maceo Parker and Alfred "Pee Wee" Ellis, and trombonist Fred Wesley, all of whom originally joined Brown's backing band at various points during the '60s. As a recording entity unto themselves, however, the J.B.'s enjoyed a distinctly...
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