The Bar-Kays Shake Your Rump To The Funk.
The Bar-Kays began in Memphis, Tennessee, as a studio session group, backing major artists at Stax Records. In 1967 they were chosen by Otis Redding to play as his backing band and were tutored for that role by Al Jackson, J. Booker T. Jones, and the other members of Booker T. & the . Their first single, "Soul Finger", was issued on April 14, 1967, reaching number 3 on the US Billboard R&B Singles chart and number. The group backed dozens of major Stax artists on recordings, including Isaac Hayes on his album Hot Buttered Soul. The Bar-Kays appeared in the 1973 film documentary, Wattstax. Freakshow On The Dance Floor" was featured in the first breakdance scene in the 1984 movie, Breaking.
Dance freaks move around You know, get down Dance freaks move around You know, get down It's like a freakshow, yeah, huh. Freakshow, baby, baby, on the dance floor There's a freakshow Freakshow, baby, baby, on the dance floor It's just a freakshow . Written By The Bar-Kays. Recorded At Ardent Recording Studios. Dangerous The Bar-Kays. 1. Dangerous (Missing Lyrics). 2. Dirty Dancer (Missing Lyrics). 3. Make Believe Lover (Missing Lyrics). 4. Dance, Party, Etc. (Missing Lyrics). 5. Freakshow on the Dance Floor.
A. Dance, Dance, Dance (Part 1). Arranged By – Allen Jones. Dance, Dance, Dance (7").
The Bar-Kays were a popular Memphis, Tennessee, soul, R&B, and funk group performing from 1966 that continues in some form to perform today, although with only one original member.
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Bar-kays are the funkiest group I’ve ever seen perform. In their sparkling white and silver suits, complete with little white bowler hats, they look every inch the perfect funk and soul group. With all the manic electronic pop that’s about nowadays, it’s so refreshing to see a band really take their time with their music – allowing a soulful voice to speak to the crowd rather than crazy electro beats.
|A||Dance, Dance, Dance (Part I)||2:58|
|B||Dance, Dance, Dance (Part I)||2:58|
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|VOA-4081||The Bar-Kays*||Dance, Dance, Dance (7", Mono, Promo)||Volt||VOA-4081||US||1972|
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