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The Bar-Kays - Dance, Dance, Dance album download

Performer:

The Bar-Kays

Title:

Dance, Dance, Dance

Genre:

Funk

MP3 album size:

1250 mb

Other music formats:

ADX ASF TTA ASF MP2 APE FLAC

Rating:

4.8 ✱

Style:

Soul, Funk

Country:

US

Date of release:

1972

The Bar-Kays - Dance, Dance, Dance album download

Tracklist

Dance, Dance, Dance (Part 1) 2:58
Memphis At Sunrise 3:15

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VOA-4081 The Bar-Kays* Dance, Dance, Dance ‎(7") Volt VOA-4081 US 1972
VOA-4081 The Bar-Kays* Dance, Dance, Dance ‎(7") Volt VOA-4081 US 1972
VOA-4081 The Bar-Kays* Dance, Dance, Dance ‎(7", Mono, Promo) Volt VOA-4081 US 1972
VOA-4081 The Bar-Kays* Dance, Dance, Dance ‎(7", Single) Volt VOA-4081 US 1972
VOA-4081 The Bar-Kays* Dance, Dance, Dance ‎(7", Single) Volt VOA-4081 Canada 1972
VOA-4081 The Bar-Kays* Dance, Dance, Dance ‎(7", Single, Mono, Promo) Volt VOA-4081 US 1972
2025-136 The Bar-Kays* Dance, Dance, Dance ‎(7") Stax 2025-136 France Unknown



The Bar-Kays Shake Your Rump To The Funk.

Freakshow, baby, baby On the dance floor It's just a freakshow. People, they come From miles around To see the freaks on The floor throwing down. They're wearin' miniskirts Huh, and camisoles Tight leather pants Or nothing at all. You'll be dancing One on one or two on two They're dancing three on one 'Cause there ain't no rules. Face to face And cheek to cheek They're dancing on the floor For all to see. Freakshow, baby, baby On the dance floor There's a freakshow When you're out on the floor.

Bar Kays Freakshow On The Dance Floor (OST The Switch). Bar Kays Open Your Heart. Bar-Kays Sang and Dance (Pied Piper Supergroove Regroove). Bar-Kays Too Hot To Stop.

The Bar-Kays began in Memphis, Tennessee, as a studio session group, backing major artists at Stax Records. In 1967 they were chosen by Otis Redding to play as his backing band and were tutored for that role by Al Jackson, J. Booker T. Jones, and the other members of Booker T. & the . Their first single, "Soul Finger", was issued on April 14, 1967, reaching number 3 on the US Billboard R&B Singles chart and number. The group backed dozens of major Stax artists on recordings, including Isaac Hayes on his album Hot Buttered Soul. The Bar-Kays appeared in the 1973 film documentary, Wattstax. Freakshow On The Dance Floor" was featured in the first breakdance scene in the 1984 movie, Breaking.

Artist: The Bar-Kays Album: The Best Of The Bar Kays Genre: Funk, Soul Label: Stax Released: 1988/1992 Quality: FLAC (image+. cue) Tracklist: Son Of Shaft (03:22). Sang And Dance (02:55). Midnight Cowboy (02:48). The Housefly (02:38).

Funky Stuff: The Best Of Funk Essentials. Let's Start The Dance (Album Version). Funky Stuff: The Best Of Funk Essentials.

The Bar-Kays - Holy Ghost (Pt. 1) (02:46, 320Kb/s). Shirley Brown - It's Worth A Whippin' (03:32, 320Kb/s). The Bar-Kays - You're Still My Brother (03:31, 320Kb/s). Isaac Hayes - Rolling Down A Mountainside (04:16, 320Kb/s). Allen Jones - Dance, Dance, Dance (Pt. 1) (03:02, 320Kb/s). John Kasandra - Ain't I Good?

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