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Muscle Shoals Horns - Born To Get Down / Doin It To The Bone / Shine
Born To Get Down / Doin It To The Bone / Shine
Artist: Muscle Shoals Horns
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 02/09/2024
UPC: 5013929956926

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1. Open Up Your Heart
2. Break Down
3. Where I'm Coming From
4. Hustle To The Music
5. Who's Gonna Love You
6. Bump De Bump Yo Boodie
7. Born To Get Down (Born To Mess Around)
8. Get It Up
9. Give It To Me
10. Bump De Bump Yo Boodie (7" Version)
11. Where I'm Coming From (7" Version)
12. Born To Get Down (Born To Mess Around) (7" Version)
13. Dance To The Music
14. Addicted To Your Love
15. I Just Wanna Turn You On
16. A Love For You [And A Love For Me]
17. What's Goin' Down
18. Sexual Revolution
19. Can't Break The Habit
20. Keep On Playin' That Funky Music
21. Doin' It To The Bone
22. Beware Of The Rip-Off
23. I Just Wanna Turn You On (12" Version)
24. Celebrate, Recreate, Participate
25. Don't Bust Yo' Bubbles
26. She Was Once My Woman
27. Get Down Tonight
28. We Can Work It Out
29. Shine On
30. Shoalin' (Funky N' Half-Hip)
31. More Than Ever Now
32. If You Don't Want My Lovin' (Give It Back)

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Three Muscle Shoals Horns' albums, 'Born To Get Down', 'Doin' It To The Bone' & 'Shine On' on one superb double CD package. Packed with funky soul classics, like 'Born To Get Down (Born To Mess Around)', 'Open Up Your Heart', 'Bump de Bump Yo Boodie' and 'Dance To The Music'. Also included are four 7" bonus tracks and the rare 12" version of 'I Just Wanna Turn You On' that runs over ten minutes. The legendary Muscle Shoals Horns played with some of the biggest artists of all time including James Brown, Paul Simon, Bob Dylan, Robert Palmer, Elton John and Paul McCartney to name but a few. Muscle Shoals Horns were inducted into Nashville's Musicians Hall Of Fame And Museum in 2019. Summing up the group's achievements and pinpointing the reason for their success, Ronnie Eades highlighted the quartet's strength as a unit, their camaraderie, and their "one-for- all, all-for-one" ethos. "We were a team, a well-oiled machine," he stated with perceptible pride. "We worked together, ate together, slept together, did everything together. We knew each other's thoughts... We did well and really had a good run. "Sleeve notes by Charles Waring who writes for MOJO, Record Collector and uDiscover Music. If you have never heard these Albums before you are in for a real treat.

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