Now to add a cherry on top with this 45 by Connie Price and the Keystones. A current band branded as 'modern deep funk', one would never guess it to be any younger than 35 years. It sounds so gritty in production. Grainy and musky, just like scoring some old beat up funk 45 at Goodwill. It even has those welcomed occasional off-timings of the band that 70's indie funk possessed. In short, they keep it authentic, and for that, you will enjoy it.
Side A: The Badger/ Side B: Sweet Soul Music (part 2)