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Good To Go Various Island 90509-1, 1985
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The essential soundtrack from the one movie of the short-lived Go-Go scene out of Washington in the early 1980s. Go-Go was 'the next big thing' in the 5 musical minutes before House took over. Go-Go was a refined, updated version of mid-tempo funk that emphasised live performance: concerts would often feature half-hour or longer jams fuelled by drums and percussion. All the big boys of Go-Go are featured on this great soundtrack:- Chuck Brown, Trouble Funk, EU, Redds And The Boys and more. Seeing as the genre is now largely forgotten, this is a bargain-bin classic and a great introduction to a fascinating form of funk. Some interesting electro-influenced tracks creep in too. The guaranteed floor-filler is Chuck Brown's massive 'We Need Money', but they're all good.

Overall Rating: 5

Track listing:

Good To Go (Trouble Funk) | Meet Me At The Go-Go (Hot Cold Sweat) | Still Smokin' (Trouble Funk) | Make 'Em Move (Sly And Robbie) | EU Freeze (EU) | Keys (Wally Badarou) | We Need Money (Chuck Brown & The Soul Searchers) | Status Quo (Donald Banks) | Drop The Bomb (Trouble Funk) | Riot Zone (Ini Kamoze) | I Like It (Trouble Funk) | Movin' And Groovin' (Redds And The Boys) | Good To Go Reprise (Trouble Funk) |


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