Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Stellar Funk: Best of
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, R&B
No Description Available. Genre: Soul/R&B Media Format: Compact Disk Rating: Release Date: 22-FEB-1994
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Media Format: Compact Disk
Release Date: 22-FEB-1994
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Mal | So Cal | 09/20/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)
"First off, the title is a little misleading since half of the CD is from Steve Arrington's solo career. They could have easily included more of Slave's MONSTER funk cuts such as Baby Sinister, Sizzlin' Hot and more. Not to mention some of the Funk cuts that ARE included are edited versions. All of this omission and editing just for more Steve Arrington solo work? Not a good move. I agree with other reviewers that Slave is a greatly underrated 70's funk band. This collection could have done much to remedy that, but it didn't. On the other hand, since most of Slave's output is out of print, this is the best collection available, so it is still recommended, just not as enthusiastically as it COULD have been,"
IT'S SO SO
Charles | NYC | 07/07/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Okay, the bad news first. Three of the songs (STELLAR FUNGK, ARE YOU READY FOR LOVE & SNAP SHOT) are edited. Now I sternly feel that there should never be any edited cuts on a "greatest hits", "best of" or "anthology" collection . . . especially in the age of CD's. Also, they've added five songs by Steve Arrington and his HALL OF FAME band. Now what in the world made them do that? Yes, he was part of the group at one time but he later started his own group. Why take-up so much time and space? Let him come out with his own "best of" CD. There were quite a few other jams that could've been added to this collection. One that comes to mind is SON OF SLIDE (the part II version to SLIDE).Good news is that, since we're still faced with not having much original old-school recording albums in CD format on the market, this is a fairly decent collection."
Good best of album
geb80 | Riverside, ca United States | 11/02/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"When I first heard the bass line on Slide I was hooked! I have most of their albums, Snapshot being the last. After that they went downhill in my opinion. This album includes most of my favorites, but it is missing "the way you love is heaven" from the concept album, "shine" from Just a touch of love, and "starting over". I wish that would release "The Concept" or 'Just a touch of love" on CD -- over all these were the most cohesive albums, not to mention some amazing musicianship, esp. the bass on " shine" amazing stuff. To this day no one has matched that funky bass vibe that Mark Adams produced!"