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DARK30

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Found this old tune awhile back. Used to love playing it over and over on a 45 grin

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Big Bertha Butt....one of the Butt sisters.

That is hilarious, I've never heard that one before.

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One a da butt sistas...right on...hot pants! LOL

Thats old stuff.

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Thanks for sharing that Dark...all kinds of righteous!

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Ah Man Jimmy Caster grin

The King of Funk! Many rap and funk groups in the 80’s 90's and today took his funk and applied it to their songs. He is a legend. Listen to The Jimmy Castor Bunch's "POTENTIAL" and tell me that Rick James did not steal material from that wink

I remember this song very well. Cool 108 used to play it when they first started and the only other radio show I recall playing Troglodyte was Dr. Demento. My uncle also listened to them and had some of their albums when I was a kid. I still remember seeing the cover of "Butt Of Course" as a little kid. The cartoon of the cave women was my first experience seeing anything like that grin

This one is the answer to Troglodyte wink Luther the Anthropoid:

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Funkadelic man! grin Jimmy castor is the founder of that term also and it is the name of one of his songs.

Thanks for showing this D30. I have not thought about this song and Jimmy Caster in a very long time. Off to ITunes now grin

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Jimmy Castor is so old school, I can recall his stuff being sampled by old school rap tunes like To Hot by Eric B and Rakim, NWA, Beasties...... Now Kanye West is grabbing his stuff.

Great grooves are timeless

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Big Bertha Butt....one of the Butt sisters.

That is hilarious, I've never heard that one before.

Now I know after all of these years where that came from and why I got my face slapped for repeating that term one day. I have to say that I was about 8-9 y.o at the time.

I still think it's funny. Thanks for sharing DARK.

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And then theres Ray Stevens...

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Thanx D30 for bringing back fond memories from my young teen years. I really liked them, only now I realize just how old I am. And I still have a bunch of Ray Stevens stuff.

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They don't make um like they used to!

Heres some friends of mine playing at a birthday party last saturday night at my old home away from home campground. Its all good....

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They are preaty good..that would be a good time.

Thanks for sharing Dark30!

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