Anyway, interested parties could also check the instrumental bridge that occurs toward the end of Toto's "Tale Of A Man."
The Univesral Something Or Others from right here in Chicago have a fly gospel version, but it's under a different title, a title which escapes me for the moment. (Sorry I'm light on the details; I just ate some coconut-flavored Maria cookies and I'm distracted by the poison-tasting slick at the back of my throat. God, these shits taste like they're laced with Banana Boat and Raid. I'm only gonna eat like one more, and then I'm done-done.)
Don't freq Soul Strut too much so I'm hoping I don't get torn a new internet *hole for posting an interpolation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8n8xG5eVvI #InsecureNoobieDisclaimer
I have a version on a Hong Kong LP but alas, not digitized yet. I'll see what I can do. Is that the one on the Seven Up record? yes, and it's the shiznit. winnah!
I have a version on a Hong Kong LP but alas, not digitized yet. I'll see what I can do. Is that the one on the Seven Up record?
I have a version on a Hong Kong LP but alas, not digitized yet. I'll see what I can do.
This Toto tidbit makes this thread both deep and wide.
There are some very freakable parts in this song.
From the collection of JAMES, borrowed and CD-burned at my house, here is that track, from the Lp We Are The Universal Jubileers - from the South Side of Chicago, 1977 with the song "What Is This".
"What Is This" isn't so much a full cover version of "Low Down" as it is a new song written on top of the "Low Down" riff. It's good stuff!
Neens!!!!! Good to see you here on the boards. You need to post more often. If anyone gives you a hard time I'll scream on them.
nice track. welcome to soulstrut!