Join us as we welcome back New York Underground Funk Band with two more unreleased funk tracks from the early 1970s, "Funk & Soul" and "Wanna Be Free" - a more psychedelic take on their funk sound.
Funk & Soul states, "I've got funk and soul... don't have to worry about a doggone thing" - and we'd have to agree. Yet another excellent track from NYUFB, though a little more psyched-out this time: imagine Sly and the Family Stone getting Jimi Hendrix for a session, then asking him to drop a fuzzed-out guitar solo. You might then end up with "Funk & Soul" - the heaviest, fuzz-driven Sly track you've never heard. Though it's also NYUFB from start to finish. Now that you're in the right frame of mind from side A, you're ready for "Wanna Be Free" - the deep funk B-side that trades out the spirit of Jimi Hendrix for the spirit of Jim Morrison. With all the respect that is due to these greats, NYUFB crafts their own psychedelic sound in this raucous cut that features thunderous drums and alluring interplay between organ and guitar. This was certainly designed to free your mind, and we believe the group succeeds. These two tracks comprise one of our most exciting releases yet, as that promising band from the New York or New Jersey area further displays their remarkable range. These songs simply cannot remain buried. They've finally found their way to you on PP007, and we hope you'll get a hold of it while you can.
Label: The Preservation Project
Catalog #: PP007