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Ronnie Barron

Bon Ton Roulette

Released: 1983

Label: Ace Records
Country: Germany

Dyke & The Blazers

Dyke and the Blazers was an American funk band led by singer/bass player Arlester “Dyke” Christian (June 13, 1943–March 13, 1971). The band was formed in 1965 and recorded until 1971, when Dyke Christian died from a fatal shot at age 27. Among their most successful records were the original version of  “Funky Broadway” in (1966) and “Let a Woman be a Woman” in (1969). “So Sharp” was first released on the “Funky Broadway” LP in 1967, and on the 1991 LP “So Sharp.” Dyke and the Blazers were one of the first acts to play funk other than Brown. The band spanned from 1965–1971, and had 13 members through history.

Written by Kathryn Johnson

So Sharp!


Released: 1983

Label: Kent Records
Country: US