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Desc:It's funky, funky, funkyfunkyfunky
Category:Classic TV Clips, Science & Technology
Tags:70s, awesome, Funk, Soul Train, brick
Submitted:Old_Zircon
Date:05/01/15
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Boomer The Dog
Wow, I like this version, never seen this before, a classic! I remember Dusic, and Dazz, disco jazz, even more.

I've been trying to find another band that I thought was Brick, because of the sound, it's from the early 80s and they do a song that goes, 'Right back where, I started from, back to your arms, I belong with you girl' and it has funky guitar, flute, falsetto, a Brick sounding track. Searches on the lyrics are so general that nothing comes up.

Boomer
morva
Yep, this is funky alright. Good shit.
But during the flute solo, look at the dude's mouth...you can't physically play the flute like that. Heh heh...flute-lipsyncing badly.
I realise most likely all the instruments are being mimed, but it's just very obvious during the solo.
Old_Zircon
He's mouthing phonemes into it while he plays to get a sort of subtle talkbox effect, I've seen people do it, although not anywhere near that well.

Oscar Wildcat
It's something I associate with the tambin, although the rock and roller Ian Anderson made use of the technique to good effect.

Here's a dear old friend of Oscar's jamming with a real master of the form.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RWnuwMWko78

morva
Well I'll be damned. Thanks to both of you, that's very cool.
I played the flute for a few years in primary school but obviously didn't stick with it long enough. :)
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