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The Nite-Liters - Afro-Strut (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Nikogore
    Mar 25,  · The Nite-Liters - Afro Strut Sunday Jazz Continues!! might as well keep it going, we're on a roll What's the deal? jazz will play, mixed with hip hop, funk and soul This is how we roll / this is how we do it, acting like we knew it.
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  2. Gur
    The album that has the first tune I heard by The Nite-Liters is Instrumental Directions which included the funky instrumental Afro-Strut. This album also has a tune called I've Got Dreams To Remember which uses pretty much the same arrangement as Buddy Miles does when covering the Allman Brothers tune Dreams (from Buddy's Them Changes album). Not sure which one came first.
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  3. Mulkree
    Thank you so much!!!! The Nite-Liters are one of my favourite bands, they are so incredible FUNKY ;) Now my collection is almost complete, the only album I don't find is their "Different strokes" album. Your blog is great. Thanx again. Stefan a fan from Germany 17 november
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  4. Gashicage
    Artist: Nite-Liters Label: RCA Orig. Released: Catalog No.: LPRCA Condition: Sealed-Reissue Format: LP Retail Price: $ (1 available) Quantity: add to cart.
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  5. Dimuro
    Nite-Liters: Instrumental Directions (LP, Vinyl record album) - Cold, hard, and funky! This might be the greatest album ever by this legendary 70s funk band &ndash -- .
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  6. Kigacage
    Label: RCA Victor - LSP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo Rockaway Press • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Funk. The Nite-Liters: Afro-Strut ‎ (LP) RCA Victor: LSP Argentina: Unknown: Sell This Version: LSP The Nite-Liters: Instrumental Directions /5(41).
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  7. Tuzragore
    View all records by Nite-Liters for sale on CDandLP in LP, CD, 12inch, 7inch format.
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  8. Duzuru
    A masterpiece of hard and heavy funk – from one of the best bands of the early 70s! The Nite Liters were a legendary funky combo that provided the backing for some of New Birth's best albums – but on their own, they were even funkier, and had a sound that was part JBs, part Meters, and all funky! This album may well be the group's best – their last for RCA, and a set that really has them.
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