- Brian Donaldson
- 19 November 2009
From deep within the bowels of the De Wolfe music library has been unearthed this bawdy 57 varieties of funk from the late 60s and early 70s. So, we have the Hendrixy funk of Peter Neno’s ‘Street Girl’, the porno-cop funk of Nick Ingram’s ‘Down Home’, the thrusting horn funk of Barry Stoller’s ‘Funky Spider’, the big band lush funk of Reg Tilsley’s ‘Warlock’ and even the steel-band funk of Johnny Hawksworth’s ‘Sandy Beach’. A compilation which would surely settle the music arguments on a Mighty Boosh roadtrip. Once Gary Numan’s ‘Cars’ gets played to death, of course.