Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Boogie with the Brooklyn People

Transitioning from yesterday's Tom Moulton co-produced track "Energizer" by Touch, here is another rare funky Moulton-mixed gem titled "Boogie Man" by the Brooklyn People. This seven-inch track was never released in a twelve-inch format, however the group under the name The Opec Family, did re-issue a new version of the song as the b-side track, re-titled "Get Up and Do the Boogie", on their twelve-inch single "Love Account" in 1978. That being said, you can't ignore the original version. Enjoy!

Brooklyn People - Boogie Man


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3 comments:

The Toke Monster said...

Dope tune! Greetings from Brooklyn! this is DJ Duckcomb...love your blog...just started my own..check it out!

http://thetokemonster.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Hello Mr. Stache, what year is that funky release, which is excellent by the way ...

professor Eddy said...

It's from 1975. It sounds a little like the Blaxploitation movie soundtracks. Great track!