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  1. Dushakar

    Mar 04,  · Black Nasty Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Fantasy Records); BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, LatinAutor, LatinAutor - UMPG, UMPG Publishing.
  2. Kigashura

    Mar 07,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Black Nasty - Talking To The People at Discogs. Complete your Black Nasty collection/5(80).
  3. Tele

    Black Nasty were on Stax in the mid s. And with this band, you could start in a lot of places: the music, the musicianship, the writing; but let's start with the name. I am a skinny little white dude, but if forming a band, I would kill to use the name Black Nasty if it had not been used, and if it had, I'd buy it, steel it, do anything to 4/5(9).
  4. JoJozil

    Black Nasty were a little-known but decent group in the early-'70s Detroit funk scene, following the path of the Parliament/Funkadelic crowd in mixing rock, psychedelic, soul, and funk influences. They recorded a fair album for Stax that was released.
  5. Vudogrel

    Find album credit information for Talking To the People - Black Nasty on AllMusic.
  6. Zulusho

    Gettin’ Funky ’Round Here Lyrics: It's gettin' funky 'round here / It's gettin' funky 'round here / It's gettin' funky / Funky 'round here / I came home this morning, y'all / About half past.
  7. Toll

    Description. The band’s only album as Black Nasty, Talking to the People, was a commercial disappointment but a creative triumph. Those who savored the Motor City funk/rock experiments of Rare Earth and early Funkadelic will find a lot to admire about gritty, hard-edged smokers like “Nasty Soul,” “Getting Funky Round Here,” and the single “Black Nasty Boogie” (which brings to.
  8. Mezizshura

    Taking inspiration from George Clinton and Zapp, G-Funk was the gangster rap sub-genre that defined 90s Los Angeles - these are the best tracks.

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