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Due to their instrumental chops, the Ebony Rhythm Band backed many of these performers during studio sessions. The aggregation's origins can be traced to the time when drummer Matthew Watsonoriginally in blues guitarist Harvey Cook 's band, joined forces with guitarist Robert "Master Boobie" Townsend and organist John "Ricky" Jackson in soul singer Baby Leon 's backing group sometime around Bassist Lester Johnson came into the fold the following year, and it was through his contacts that they became associated with LAMP Records.

Initially, the rhythm section played as part of the rehearsal band for a group already signed to the label, the Vanguards. Johnson and Watson's contributions were so well received that all four musicians earned an audition with Miller, who was sufficiently impressed to make Ebony Rhythm Band Soul Heart Transplant Drugs Aint Cool his label's " Wrecking Crew ," so to speak.

Although Ebony Rhythm Band Soul Heart Transplant Drugs Aint Cool Ebony Rhythm Band lacked a real vocalist, this did not prevent them from recording a significant amount of material mostly instrumentals in and under their own direction.



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6 thoughts on “ Ebony Rhythm Band Soul Heart Transplant Drugs Aint Cool

  1. Gardajar
    The Ebony Rhythm Band's lone 45 "Drugs Ain't Cool" b/w "Soul Heart Transplant" offers a tantalizing taste of what a full-length album by the group might have sounded like as both numbers put their collective influences on display.
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  2. Juktilar
    The B Side – “Drug’s Ain’t Cool” – is a burning black rock interpolation of Spencer Davis’s late 60s classic “I’m A Man.” Originally recorded for an Anti-Drug Songwriting Contest, the Band knocks Heroin while slyly giving the nod to their substances of choice.
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  3. Taushura
    Lyrics to 'Drugs Ain't Cool' by Ebony Rhythm Band. A little bit of weight I need, A little bit of weight i need / I'm gettin' high, I'm gettin' high / One little thing is all what i need, Discovered using Shazam, the music discovery app.
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  4. Grom
    Though they released a wealth of material under the name Ebony Rhythm Funk Campaign, the Ebony Rhythm Band only released one 7″ single, “Soul Heart Transplant” on LAMP Records. Now-Again, in association with Herb Miller.
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  5. Togul
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Soul Heart Transplant / Drugs Ain't Cool on Discogs. Label: Now-Again Records - NA • Format: Vinyl 12 Ebony Rhythm Band - Soul Heart Transplant / Drugs Ain't Cool (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(27).
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