Johnny "Guitar" Watson The Best of the Funk Years

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CD Details

  • Released: May 30, 2006
  • Label: Shout Factory


  • 1.I Need It
  • 2.Ain't That a Bitch
  • 3.Superman Lover
  • 4.Funk Beyond the Call of Duty
  • 5.I Want to Ta-Ta You Baby
  • 6.What the Hell Is This?
  • 7.A Real Mother for Ya
  • 8.Love Jones
  • 9.Miss Frisco (Queen of the Disco)
  • 10.Telephone Bill
  • 11.Gangster of Love

Product Description:

Audio Remasterer: Keith Blake.
Liner Note Author: Virginia "Ginny G" Watson.
Authors: David Ritz; Johnny "Guitar" Watson.
This best of collects a variety of vintage mid-1970s wide-lapel funk from the remarkably enduring career of Johnny "Guitar Watson," who first appeared on the R&B charts in the early '50s and was performing right up to his death in 1996. The jazzy hit "That Thing," with its Crusaders-type arrangement, and his classic "A Real Mother For Ya" are the obvious highlights, but the slow-burning "Funk Beyond the Call of Duty" and the humorous monologue of "Telephone Bill" are also minor gems--and you've got to love a guy who can call a slick, sophisticated slice of silk-sheet R&B "I Want to Ta-Ta You Baby."

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  • Sales Rank: 24,973
  • UPC: 826663100846
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