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  1. Bill Cooper was born into a Navy family, stationed in Portsmouth, Virginia,the first of six children. He was brought up in the Southern Baptist Church, and gave his life to the Lord at an early age. Singer/songwriters Bill Cooper and Bette Kron are an unlikely duo, a .
  2. Like a lot of the lasting singles of the early '70s, "Slippin' in the Darkness" gained even more strength from the era that it came from. But the intention of this didn't start off as a message. Guitarist and vocalist Howard Scott got his back out of whack during a tour in England, he was lying in bed and he stated, "I'm slipping into darkness.".
  3. May 14,  · Wonderful, joyous, life-affirming music. If you like music with soul you need this comp. Every track is a winner, from the organ fueled funk of Boris Gardiner's "Ghetto Funk", to Ken Boothe's peerless cover version of Syl Johnson's "Is It Because I'm Black", and the skanking version of "I'm Your Puppet" by Jimmy London, this is reggae soul at it's very best/5().
  4. WAR discography and songs: Music profile for WAR, formed Genres: Funk, Soul, Latin Funk. Albums include The World Is a Ghetto, Eric Burdon Declares "War", and Why Can't We Be Friends?.
  5. Discover releases, reviews, songs, credits, and more about Back To Funk at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection. Country: UK • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Funk Slippin' Into Darkness: CDBGPD Various: Back To Funk ‎ (CD, Comp) BGP Records: CDBGPD UK: Sell This Version: BGPD Various: Back To /5(15).
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  7. Back to Funk - Back to Funk [Vinyl] - fibawnekekocivanmorebattlure.xyzinfo Music Skip to main content Audio CD $ 2 Used from $ 1 New from $ Slippin' into Darkness 9. Whip! Whip! Kaleidoscope Stone Thing, Pt. 2. Product details.
  8. War had a unique sound, a combination of funk, soul, gospel and latin jazz (not to mention the harmonica of Lee Oskar and saxophone of Charles Miller) that had wide appeal that crossed racial lines. Their music addressed the issues in many urban areas and also had positive messages which .
  9. Slippin' into Darkness is a song written and performed by War. It reached #12 on the U.S. R&B chart and #16 on the U.S. pop chart in It was featured on their album All Day Music.

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