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  7. Here are BeatCaffeine’s Best Jazz-Funk Songs. Enjoy, and let the debate begin The Crusaders Ain’t Got’ Change A Thang (/Blue Thumb Records) Formerly known in the sixties as The Jazz Crusaders, this funky mid-tempo classic is featured on the group’s second album The 2nd Crusade. When it comes to jazz-funk, The Crusaders.
  8. Jan 01,  · The Jazz Albums That Shook The World Wednesday, January 1, Not just another “greatest jazz albums” list of favourite recordings and biggest sellers but a fully annotated look at the albums that actually changed jazz, changed lives and .
  9. Featuring detailed liner notes by Sean Ross, this is a collection that seeks to place Electro-Funk within a coherent musical context, attempting to explain how many of the tracks featured would influence music produced at a much later date, whilst drawing on a heritage that extended back in to the traditions of Jazz and Rhythm and Blues/5(32).

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