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historiadelamusicarock:

Chuck Brown & The Soul Searchers, “Bustin’ Loose” 12”, 1978 Source Records

Chuck Brown is known as the godfather of DC gogo, and Bustin’ Loose, from 1978, may be the first gogo record.  It’s probably best known as the theme song to the depressing 1981 Richard Pryor movie.  Either way, it’s a hell of a song.

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I feel like busting loose
Busting loose now


I feel like busting loose
Busting loose, y’all

Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
Ah, freak, y’all
Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
Ah, freak now
Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
Ah, freak now
Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
Oh, I like that part there now

Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
What’s that new dance
Y’all doing there
Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
God Almighty

Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek
Oh, go on now
Freak, freak-a-deek
Freak, freak-a-deek

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scradam:

tbd-movie:

Brainjacking arranged by Mr. Scradam for The Braincrimes of Harris Smith

One more of these and I’ll be able to mix it all down and release it on Mixcloud

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