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Nov 22nd, 2014 18:37pm
 Steve Arrington: Without Your Love

Way Out (80-84)

Steve Arrington, a member of Dayton funk band Slave and solo star in his own right put out a collection of previously unheard rarities last September, as one of the most sampled bands in hip-hop history Slave had some big disco and funk hits in the eighties.

Arrington enjoyed success as a solo artist with cult classics Feels So Real and Dancin' in the Key of Life. After a 20+ year hiatus from the music business he turns up last year with Higher - Steve Arrington + Dam Funk for Stones Throw Records. So I guess he’s done some digging around into his back catalogue and unearthed some real gems here, on Way Out 80-84 - Summertime Lovin is a feel good funk jam and Without Your Love is a bass slappping groovetastic slab of funk.

Way out there!

Categories: Funk
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