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Slave Of Events (7th album) by D-P, released 06 June 2014 1. Oceanic Dead Calm 2. Star Whispers 3. From The Deep Furrows 4. Flames From The Water Tetralogy about natural dialogue between four elements, entity and existence. they were made 2 videos for this album, for songs:: Flames from the water and From the deep furrows, 2nd video may be treated as official one, both are included in download when you purchase the digital album. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. slave of events pro-CDR.

Slave to the Rhythm is the seventh studio album by Grace Jones, released on 28 October 1985 by Island Records. Subtitled a biography in the liner notes, Slave to the Rhythm is a concept album, produced by ZTT Records founder and producer Trevor Horn, that went on to become one of Jones' most commercially successful albums and spawned her biggest hit, "Slave to the Rhythm".

Profile: The group was formed in Ohio by New Jersey native horn oducer Steve Washington (funk obviously runs in the blood - Washington's uncle was Ralph 'Pee Wee' Middlebrook of the famed Ohio Players). Slave performed edgy funk grooves that rival (or even overwhelm) what is considered 'hard' street music today. By the time the Cotillion/Atlantic album "Stone Jam", originally release in September 1980, came out, Steve Washington had departed the group to form another band, Aurra.

The really amazing thing about the album is how anthemic and affirming it feels despite the near total absence of proper sing-along choruses.

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gr A Funk, Soul, Jazz & R&B digital record collection. Slave is one of The Baddest Bands from the 70’s. I Miss Instrumentation Like You Get on SLide. Where has The FUNK Gone?

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