STOMP by Brothers Johnson 1980
Another one of my favourite groups - good basslines & beats. All of
their first four albums went gold; Quincy Jones helped with this. Look Out For
#1 produced disco-groove classic "Thunder thumbs and lightnin' licks"
- the flute says it all. Most memorable vocal? "LSD - a haaa". Same
album gave "Get the funk out ma face", "Dancin' and
Prancin'" and slow-funk "The Devil". Right On Time gave the title
track, very funky instrumental "Brother Man" and yielded million
seller single "Strawberry letter 23", originally written six years
earlier. Blam! gave disco numbers like "Ain't we funkin' now",
"Blam!", "Ride-o-rocket" and superb instrumental
"Streetwave". Forth Quincy Jones produced album, Light Up The Night,
gave huge dancefloor success with "Stomp", as well as the title track.