LP released: May 05, 2023

Side A
1. Gossip - Cyril Neville
2. Stick It In Your Ear Hole - Eddie Mobley
3. Searchin' (Part 1) - The Ambassadors
4. Pop, Popcorn Children - Eldridge Holmes
5. Son Of A Son Of A Slave - Larry Darnell
6. Everybody Gonna Give Their Thing Away To Somebody (Sometime) - Lee Fields
7. Gossip, Gossip - Diamond Joe
Side B
1. Let The Groove Move You - Gus 'the Groove' Lewis
2. Brothers And Sisters - The Soul Lifters
3. Hot, Funky, And Sweaty - The Soul Lifters
4. Double Determination - Liz Mccall
5. You Move Me, Pt. 2 - Roy Roberts Experience6. Get Up (If You Want To Be Somebody) - Mckinley Sandifer
7. A Hunk O' Funk - The Scott Brothers Orchestra
Side C
1. Never Gonna Let You Go - The Dynamic Desires
2. Get Out Of My Window - Ricky Allen
3. Two Fools - Francine King
4. I Don't Dig No Phoney - Part 1 - Moody Scott
5. Comin' To Bring You Some Soul - Sam Baker
6. Mr Bump Man (Give Me A Hand), Pt. 2 - Jackey Beavers
7. Moon Walk - Pee Wee Ellis
Side D
1. My Heart Would Never Lie To Me - Sandy Cleveland
2. S.G.B. (Stone Graveyard Business) - Eddie Bo
3. Itch And Scratch - Toby King
4. Bad Thing - Thomas East & The Fabulous Playboys
5. Funky Belly - Warren Lee
6. What Do You See In Her? - Inell Young
7. Fairchild - Willie West
Barcode: 5060767443521
Packaging: LP Regular

In 1987 with the Family Funktion team (Norman Jay & Judge Jules) Femi Fem and Marco
Nelson compiled the groundbreaking album ‘Got To Get Your Own (Some Rare Grooves)’ for
Charly Records. This, and its follow up volume introduced us to a strange world of obscure
singles on exotic sounding labels and gave us a glimpse of what went on with members of
James Brown’s gang when they stepped away from the Boss.
Over the ensuing decades funk has been a thread through a number of emerging scenes,
from acid jazz to the smartly named Deep Funk and was also mined relentlessly by hip hop
and dance producers who were looking to the past, to create something for today. Some of
these records, featured here, are now famed as classics of the genre by the likes of New
Orleans producer Eddie Bo who became revered by collectors and found a new lease in
life, and Lee Fields who has gone from being an obscure Carolinian artist to having his new
recordings featured on TV programs.
Deep Fried Funk is the descendant of those earlier Charly compilations and begins its
journey with some ever-green cuts that have remained popular ever since that time. It also
gathers together records from Chicago to New Orleans with many points in-between to
deliver a comprehensive overview of some of the greatest, sweatiest funk ever made. Get
ready to dance