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The Roy Young Band: Mr. Funky

British keyboard player and singer Roy Young played in rock & roll idol Cliff Bennett's Rebel Rousers in the '60s. When they broke up in early 1970, he formed his own Roy Young Band but they never really made it. They struggled on, with several line-up changes, until June 1974 when they finally called it a day.

Their second album, 1972's Mr. Funky, had a cover of The Band's "Rag Mama Rag," also released as a 45 single (Rag Mama Rag/Give It All To You, MCA MKS 5080).

Tracks

Side 1

  1. Roll It On
  2. Give It All To You
  3. Nowhere To Go
  4. Mr. Funky
  5. Wild Country Wine

Side 2

  1. Rag Mama Rag
  2. Lady
  3. New Sun New Horizon
  4. Song Without End
  5. Like My Mama Boogie Woogied

Credits

  • Roy Young - keyboards, vocals
  • Eddie Thornton - trumpet
  • Ricky Dodd - tenor sax, flute & harmonica
  • Ronnie MacDonald - tenor sax
  • Owen McIntyre - guitar
  • Nick South - bass guitar
  • Rod Coombe - drums
  • Cliff Davies - drums & vibes
  • John Lee - trombone
  • Robin Jones - percussion
  • Dave Wendells - guitar
  • Alan Townsend - trumpet

The Roy Young Band - Mr. Funky - 1972 - MCA MKPS 2022


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