Here are all of dodger75's jams.

Daylight

Daylight

by RAMP

This track comes from the only album, “Come into Knowledge,” released by the Cincinnati, OH. band. Released in 1977 on ABC Blue Thumb, the band was a vehicle for Roy Ayers and Edwin Birdsong to expand and showcase their songwriting skills. Ayers and Birdsong wrote and produced the album although they were not official band members. The five piece band was fronted by lead singers Sharon Mattews and Sibel Thrasher.

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Jammed: 26th Mar 2015

28 plays

15 likes

4 comments

Cookie Jar

Cookie Jar

by Clarence "Fuzzy" Haskins

Side A Track 2 off Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Clarence “Fuzzy” Haskin’s debut album, “A Whole Nother Thing.” Released in 1976 by Detroit’s Westbound Records, this album was the first Parliament spin-off not to be produced by George Clinton. Haskin’s wrote, arranged, and produced the album including this track, “Cookie Jar.” Haskins is a founding member and vocalist of The Parliaments, Parliament, and Funkadelic.

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Jammed: 18th Mar 2015

30 plays

16 likes

2 comments

Thighs High (Grip Your Hips and Move)

Thighs High (Grip Your Hips and Move)

by Tom Browne

Side B Track 3 from jazz trumpeter Tom Browne’s third album, “Magic.” Released by Arista in 1981, this track reached number 4 on Billboard’s R&B singles chart. Toni Smith, who is credited with writing the song along with Browne, provides the female vocals. This follows on the heels of the pairs 1980 collaboration, “Funkin’ for Jamaica (N.Y.),” which was a number 1 single.

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Jammed: 12th Mar 2015

18 plays

14 likes

4 comments

I Thought It Was You (Live)

I Thought It Was You (Live)

by Herbie Hancock

Side A Track 1 off the 1978 album “Sunlight.” This song was written by Hancock, Melvin Ragin (of Motown and Headhunters fame) and Jeffery Cohen and released by Columbia. The album “Sunlight” marks the beginning of Hancock’s electro era that is refined with later albums like “Future Shock,” and singles like “RockIt.” This live version includes jazz fusion legend Alphonse Mouzon on drums.

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Jammed: 7th Mar 2015

33 plays

23 likes

6 comments

Magic Shoes

Magic Shoes

by The Main Ingredient

Side A Track 2 off their 1970 album “Tasteful Soul.” It is the group’s second album and was released by RCA Victor. This track was written and performed by Donald McPherson, Tony Silvester, and Luther Simmons. A year later, lead singer McPherson would pass away unexpectedly and would be replaced by Cuba Gooding Sr. The group would later go on to score their top ten hit “Everybody Plays the Fool,” in 1972.

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Jammed: 1st Mar 2015

22 plays

14 likes

3 comments

Working in the Coal Mine

Working in the Coal Mine

by Lee Dorsey

This well-known track was written and arranged by Allen Toussaint. In 1966, Lee Dorsey became the first to record the song, which was released on AMY records in the U.S. It reached the top ten on both the Billboard hot 100 and R&B charts.

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Jammed: 24th Feb 2015

33 plays

20 likes

4 comments

Mysterious Vibes

Mysterious Vibes

by The Blackbyrds

Side A Track 3 off their 1977 album “Action,” released by Fantasy. The group was established and produced by jazz pioneer, Donald Byrd, from students and musicians in the Howard University area while he was teaching there in the early 1970s.

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Jammed: 19th Feb 2015

29 plays

21 likes

7 comments

Who Do You Love

Who Do You Love

by Bernard Wright

Side A track 2 off his 1985 album, “Mr. Wright.” Released as a single by Manhattan Records, this track reached #6 on the US R&B chart.

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Jammed: 14th Feb 2015

24 plays

14 likes

5 comments

You Are In My System

You Are In My System

by The System

This is the second single from the duo of David Frank and Mic Murphy. It was released by Atlantic off The System's 1983 debut album “Sweat.” Later that same year, Robert Palmer would hear this song and record a cover version for his album, “Pride.” The System would later score a top 10 hit in 1987. Do you remember that track?

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Jammed: 12th Feb 2015

24 plays

13 likes

3 comments

Same Old Story (Same Old Song)

Same Old Story (Same Old Song)

by Randy Crawford

This 1980 single is the first off her album “Now We May Begin,” released by Warner Brothers. It comes on the heels of her work with the Crusaders and their hit “Street Life,' the previous year.

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Jammed: 7th Feb 2015

22 plays

11 likes

6 comments

Chick A Boom

Chick A Boom

by The Pazant Brothers and the Beaufort Express

The "B -side" to the 1973 single "Mboga-Chakula," released on Vigor records.

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Jammed: 4th Feb 2015

23 plays

15 likes

5 comments

West Coast Poplock

West Coast Poplock

by Ronnie Hudson & The Street People

This single was originally released in 1982 on the Birdie label. This song was sampled be Dr. Dre for his 1995 collaboration with Tupac, “California Love.” The original track itself contains samples from Zapp and Roger and Booker T and the MGs. After starting his career with Chuck Brown and the Soul Searchers, Ronnie Hudson became a recording bassist for Stax and worked on a number of projects with Issac Hayes.

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Jammed: 31st Jan 2015

18 plays

12 likes

4 comments

Bon Bon Vie

Bon Bon Vie

by T.S. Monk

This 1980 single, off the “House of Music” album was released by Mirage records. The song peaked at #63 on Billboard’s top 100.

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Jammed: 27th Jan 2015

20 plays

17 likes

6 comments

Never Get Enough

Jammed: 23rd Jan 2015

21 plays

18 likes

4 comments

N.T.

N.T.

by Kool and the Gang

Written by Kool and the Gang and Gene Redd, this is the first track on side A from the 1971 album, “Live at P.J’s – Hollywood, California.” The record was released on De-lite records and produced by Redd. It was the second live album to be released by Kool in the Gang that year.

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Jammed: 20th Jan 2015

13 plays

7 likes

4 comments

You're Getting A Little Too Smart

You're Getting A Little Too Smart

by The Detroit Emeralds

The third track from their third album, “I’m in Love with You,” (1973) released by Westbound records.

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Jammed: 17th Jan 2015

10 plays

9 likes

2 comments

Give Me Your Love

Give Me Your Love

by Sylvia Striplin

Track 5 and the title cut off this New York artist’s 1981 debut album “Give Me Your Love.” This album was released on Uno Melodic and produced by Roy Ayers and James Bedford.

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Jammed: 12th Jan 2015

9 plays

5 likes

1 comments

Funky Broadway pts 1 & 2

Funky Broadway pts 1 & 2

by Dyke & The Blazers

This original version of “Funky Broadway” would reach number 17 on the U.S. R&B charts in 1967. Penned by Arlester “Dyke” Christain , the song was first released on Artco and later picked up by Los Angeles’ Original Sound. Later that year, Wilson Pickett would record the song for Atlantic Records and take it to number 1.

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Jammed: 9th Jan 2015

12 plays

13 likes

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Thinking of You

Thinking of You

by Sister Sledge

Side A, Track 4 on their 1979 album “We Are Family.” This track, like all the others on this album, was written, composed, and produced by Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards.

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Jammed: 7th Jan 2015

8 plays

7 likes

2 comments

Girls

Girls

by The Moments & the Whatnauts

This 1974 single with their Stang label mates, the Whatnauts, reached number 25 on the U.S. R&B charts. The Washington D.C. based outfit would, later in the decade, change their name to Ray, Goodman, and Brown.

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Jammed: 4th Jan 2015

7 plays

3 likes

1 comments

This House Is Smokin'

This House Is Smokin'

by B.T. Express

The ninth track from their 1974 debut album on Scepter records. The album was completed after the success of their hit single “Do It (‘til you’re satisfied), which became the title track.

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Jammed: 3rd Jan 2015

4 plays

6 likes

1 comments

Dance With You

Dance With You

by Carrie Lucas

The first single from her 1979 album, “Carrie Lucas in Dance Land,” on Solar records. The song was written by organist Kossi Gardner, who plays on the track a well.

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Jammed: 31st Dec 2014

5 plays

5 likes

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Do It Baby

Do It Baby

by The Miracles

This is the title track and first single from their 1974 album “Do It Baby.” This was the second album to feature lead singer Billy Griffin, after the departure of Smokey Robinson. The single sold over a million copies and peaked at number 13 on the U.S. Billboard Hot chart.

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Jammed: 28th Dec 2014

10 plays

8 likes

1 comments

Act Like You Know

Act Like You Know

by Fat Larry's Band

The first track and single off their 1982 album “Breakin’ Out.” It was the Philadelphia Pennsylvania band’s sixth studio album and the single peaked at number 67 on the U.S. R&B chart. Enjoy.

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Jammed: 26th Dec 2014

2 plays

3 likes

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Body Talk

Body Talk

by The Deele

The first album track and the only single from the 1983 debut album, “Street Beat,” from this Cincinnati, Ohio based band. The band’s lineup included future Grammy award winner Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds and Antonio “L.A.” Reid, current CEO of Epic Records and former ‘The X Factor” judge.

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Jammed: 21st Dec 2014

6 plays

4 likes

2 comments

Dead Giveaway

Dead Giveaway

by Shalamar

The first single from Shalamar's seventh studio album, 1983's "The Look." This was the last album to include the line-up of Hewett, Watley, and Daniel. Like most of Shalamar's songs, this gem was produced by Leon Sylvers III.

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Jammed: 19th Dec 2014

4 plays

4 likes

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Adventures in the Land of Music

Adventures in the Land of Music

by Dynasty

The title track off the 1980 second album from this L.A. based band.  The track features Leon Sylvers III, who not only produced and played on the album, but was also married to Dynasty singer Nidra Beard.

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Jammed: 16th Dec 2014

6 plays

3 likes

1 comments