Soul music with a greater emphasis on beats, influences from
rhythm and blues, jazz and psychedelic rock

50 Yards of Soul – Thrilling Bunch Of Instrumental Power!

  Reach out I’ll Be There … Bo Did It – Hidden CostThe Hidden Cost was one of many aliases of the rhythm section of MSFB. MFSB, officially standing for “Mother Father Sister Brother”, was a pool of more than 30 studio musicians based at Philadelphia’s Sigma Sound Studios. They… 


Rapid fire! – Ignite your drive with thrilling chase music

Wild car chases, gunfire, kung fu and the smell of burnt rubber. Huge philharmonic orchestras, wah-wah guitars and a pinch of sexiness, that’s Rapid Fire!   In the streets of San Francisco … Starsky and Hutch Theme – Tom Scott, Richie’s Funk TeamTom Scott is saxophonist, composer, arranger, conductor and… 

Pluck it

Pluck it

Champions of tightness and funky musicians at the highest level. Funk music with high enjoyment.   The funky bunch… Pluck It – Chocolate MilkChocolate Milk was a New Orleans funk and soul ensemble who enjoyed moderate success in the mid-’70s. Chocolate Milk let the funk flow on their self-titled sophomore… 

A night of dreamy science fiction funk


A night of dreamy science fiction funk   We start with the infamous Haggis Horns from Leeds hardly need any introduction, having been at the forefront of the UK funk scene. The members of The Haggis Horns have performed and recorded with the likes of Jamiroquai, John Legend & The… 

Swollen Goods

Swollen Goods

A mix with the cream of the cream of soundtrack producers and finest jazz-funk fusionists of modern times. “Swollen Goods” was written by Cornelius op den Zieken, the musical director of the Rudi Carrell Show. The show was an essential part of the weekend in the 70s in Germany. “Dust… 

A crazy exploration through new breaks and golden fruits of funk!

Fonka Donk

A crazy exploration through new breaks and golden fruits of funk! Amazing stuff to discover. Especially “Funky Mozart” taken from “Stand By Me (Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get)“, an album led by jazz drummer Bernard Purdie which was recorded for the Mega label in 1971. The adaption is simply clever…