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Among the musical highlights are Roger's funky, jazzy guitar solos, which are spread throughout the album, and Lester's tight drumming. Zapp Troutman's bass playing doesn't dazzle in the same way that Louis Johnson's or Larry Graham's playing does, but it sure is funky and stays in the groove right with the drums. In particular, all these elements come together spectacularly well on "Be Alright." Sometimes I wish it were twice as long.
The first Zapp album is one of my all time favorite albums. It never gets old, and it makes me wish that more current music had the same type of musicianship, skill, and thought put into it. It gets my funky seal of approval.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Been down with Zapp since day one, More Bounce to the Ounce is one of the top five greatest funk songs IMHO. A good mixture of Jazz and Funk. A must have in any funk fan library.Published 12 months ago by PK3
its Ohio Funk, its Zapp's 1st "big" album, its More Bounce to the Ounce, "Be Alright" and its enough saidPublished on April 5, 2014 by Amazon Customer
A must have. You get the long version of More Bounce to the Ounce and Alright that are not available on the greatest hits.Published on March 11, 2014 by Last Call
I found the cd to be in good working condition. the music is as I remembered it. The package is in great standing and my husband is satisfied.Published on August 31, 2013 by Kindle Customer
Old skool is always the best. What, ZAPP they make you feel good everytime I listen I pump it up loudPublished on February 13, 2013 by qtmarie
The 1980 classic debut album by Zapp, with production by Roger Troutman and Bootsy Collins (of P-Funk fame)is a one-way trip to funkville. Read morePublished on November 2, 2008 by Soul Groove