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Funky Chicken is the 1970 album from Willie Henderson and the Soul Explosions. As evident by the name, it is infinitely danceable from the moment you press play. The band's potent blend of soul and bayou funk makes for a very exuberant sounding record, where the grooves are endless. The record was initially released on the legendary Brunswick Records, famous for signing such artists as Jackie Wilson and The Chi-Lites. The reissue features two bonus tracks, "Break Your Back" and "Loose Booty", the latter of which was famously sampled by Beastie Boys in their 1992 track "Professor Booty."
Funky Chicken is the 1970 album from Willie Henderson and the Soul Explosions. As evident by the name, it is infinitely danceable from the moment you press play. The band's potent blend of soul and bayou funk makes for a very exuberant sounding record, where the grooves are endless. The record was initially released on the legendary Brunswick Records, famous for signing such artists as Jackie Wilson and The Chi-Lites. The reissue features two bonus tracks, "Break Your Back" and "Loose Booty", the latter of which was famously sampled by Beastie Boys in their 1992 track "Professor Booty."
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Format: Vinyl
Label: ORG MUSIC
Rel. Date: 10/06/2023
UPC: 711574937011

Funky Chicken (Blk) [Reissue]
Artist: Willie Henderson
Format: Vinyl
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Funky Chicken is the 1970 album from Willie Henderson and the Soul Explosions. As evident by the name, it is infinitely danceable from the moment you press play. The band's potent blend of soul and bayou funk makes for a very exuberant sounding record, where the grooves are endless. The record was initially released on the legendary Brunswick Records, famous for signing such artists as Jackie Wilson and The Chi-Lites. The reissue features two bonus tracks, "Break Your Back" and "Loose Booty", the latter of which was famously sampled by Beastie Boys in their 1992 track "Professor Booty."
        
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