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Rhythm & Business

4.6 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 16, 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Epic
  • ASIN: B000002BVQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #207,418 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The song 'So I Got to Groove' is in the zone, like getting 2 songs for the price of 1. People in long time relationships will really love 'It Really Doesn't Matter'. The lead vocalist, Brent Carter, really shines on 'Unconditional Love'. Just loved it!
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These guys just keep getting better with time. The horn riffs on this CD are the best I have heard T.O.P. do, period. The mix on this CD is also one of the best I've heard. I've heard all their recordings and if you are a Tower of Power fan like I am, this is one you must have in your library. I think it is one of their best efforts ever.
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By far the funkiest Tower of Power to date. I hear a lot of James Brown influence. They sound better that ever!
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For a fan that has all of Towers Cd's and sees them in concert about 8 times a year on the average in the CT area, this cd does it all. The horns were mixed in the studio to sound just like the old days, and the rtyhum section is air tight. But Tower's strongest quality is what they do on the road. I HAVE BROUGHT MORE THAN 75 DIFFERENT FRIENDS, FAMILY AND WORK MATES TO SEE TOWER. ALL OF THEM RAN DOWN THEIR LISTS OF GREAT CONCERTS THEY HAD SEEN(FROM LUTHER VANDROS TO VAN HALEN).THEN THEY SAW TOWER OF POWER AND WALKED AWAY SAYING THAT WAS THE BEST CONCERT THEY HAD EVER BEEN TO. DON'T MISS OUT WHILE YOU CAN STILL SEE THEM.
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This is a good album, more along the lines of some of their older stuff. Although by the end of the album it all tends to run together and sound the same. There aren't any real standout tunes here, that is until the last song: "Spank-a-Dang". The price of the album is worth the last song IMHO. What a hoot!
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The latest from TOP captures the band is a classic soul setting. In a very positive sense, this a "back to basics" effort. This is not retro; it is capturing the soulful funky sound that is truly timeless. Singer Brent Carter is in top form, crooning and belting the tunes of founders Steve "Doc" Kupka and Emillio Castillo. I dare you to sit still listening to "East Bay Way"!
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By A Customer on October 4, 2000
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Tower of power does it again with their tight rhythm section. " So I got to Groove " is for sure a soul/funk workout. " unconditional love " sets the mood just right. but the highlight of the whole cd, is the soulful " it really doesn't matter " it is sure to take T.O.P fans back to the old school. Nice job T.O.P, we will be looking for more!
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By A Customer on July 7, 1998
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TOP is still going strong. A typical TOP record with fat horn arrangements and heavy soul/funk style. These guys really knows how to swing!
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