In this clip the focus is on some bomb dropping information regarding comedian Tommy Davidson and the go-go band Trouble Funk. Check out the clip here: http://tmottgogo.com/?p=1141 Continue reading Tommy Trouble
Given the fact that Motown had not been conducting Live sessions with the vocalists and instrumentalists recording at the same time since at least 1963, this session was clearly staged for the CBS News cameras that were doing a brief piece called The Motown Sound. Pictured in the studio are songwriters Lamont Dozier (Standing on the steps at the back of the studio), Brian Holland (The guy who cuts in on the band), Ivy Jo Hunter (Does the countdown), Russ Terrana (The engineer standing up), James Jamerson on Bass, Earl Van Dyke on piano, Bobbye Hall on congas, and from … Continue reading The Temptations & the Funk Brothers in studio session rehearsal (1967)
OK Due to popular demand, it’s the video you guys have been asking for… COCKBLOCKING 7. At this point I don’t know who is leading who. So, just watch and enjoys. Continue reading COCKBLOCKING #7
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In this clip I’m packing back up from where I left off last week beginning Black Music Month with the focus on Earl Van Dyke, Joe Hunter, Johnny Griffith, Eddie Willis, Joe Messina, Robert White, William “Benny” Benjamin, Richard “Pistol” Allen, Uriel Jones, James Jamerson, Bob Babbit, Jack Ashford and Eddie “Bongo” Brown – aka – The Funk Brothers. HERE ARE A FEW CLIPS FROM STANDING IN THE SHADOWS TO CHECK OUT: The Funk Brothers Reuniting Concert http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pynm-q… Joan Osborn: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gA0GcX… Also, in commemorating Black History Month, I’m doing a give-a-way. To be considered the recipient of the give-a-way, simply … Continue reading Black Music Month: The Funk Brothers
A collaboration and celebration of one of the most popular dance formation in the history of music. Continue reading BEST Soul Train Dances EVER!!!!
Go-Go Creator Chuck Brown let’s the party roll. With a host of cameos. See you can name them all. Continue reading Chuck Brown – The Party Roll
Let’s talk about Beauty Pageants. Okay now let’s talk about Carrie Prejean. Okay now let’s talk about Donald Trump. Okay now let’s talk about Vanessa Williams. Okay now let’s talk about Tara Conner. Okay now let’s talk about Donald Trump again. Continue reading Double-Standardness of a Beauty Queen
Flavor of Love & I Love Money winner, Hoopz, let’s it be known that in spite of all guys (and some girls) waiting for a release, it ain’t gonna happen. So don’t hold your breath. Continue reading Hoopz Sexy Tape: It Ain’t Happening, Fellas!
June 9, 1964 – May 15, 2009 Wayman Tisdale discusses his fight against cancer that forced him to have his leg amputated, and eventually took his life. No smile was as genuine than Wayman Tisdale. You would have to look long and hard to find a better man than he was. May he live forever beside the Lord! The world has lost one of its best men. Continue reading In Memory of Wayman Tisdale
Mother’s Finest the funk rock band was founded in Atlanta, Georgia by Joyce Kennedy and Glenn Murdock in the early 1970s. Notable partly because they are an “interracial” rock group from the US South. Their music was a blend of funky rhythm, heavy guitars and expressive rock singing. Their debut album Mother’s Finest from 1976 today is a rare collector’s piece and contained with the ironic song “Nigizz Can’t Sing Rock’n Roll” (although they were criticized for it by an important religious leader and dropped it from their live concerts). In the summer of 1977, they opened for The Who … Continue reading Mother’s Finest Live “Baby Love”
In this episode we salute the celebration of President Elect Barack Obama. As well, we take you inside the Smithsonian Anacostia Museum and present clips from the dedication memory ceremony to Robert “Dyke” Reed of Trouble Funk. To include Charles Hankerson, Maurice Shorter, Buggy of BYB, Kato Hammond, Big Tony Fisher and Taylor Reed. Continue reading Showtime, Obama & Trouble Funk