Fatback - Is This The Future? album flac
Title: Is This The Future?
Style: Electro, Disco, Funk
MP3 album: 1815 mb
FLAC album: 1919 mb
Other formats: AC3 RA TTA AHX WMA VOC MPC
Genre: Electronic / Funk and Soul
Is This The Future? Fatback Band. Produced by Gerry Thomas & Bill Curtis. Album Is This The Future? Is This The Future? Lyrics. Ronald Reagan says "stay the course" But only a fool would wanna endorse This kind of future. Everyday, as I go my way I can hear the people as they say Hey brother can you spare a dime I don’t wanna end up doin’ time But they say it’s just a sign of the future
Fatback absorbed all this excitement, and once again proved that they could match anyone. Fatback recorded one of the first rap records in 1979, and they repeat the form here.
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The culmination of this innovation was 1983’s Is This The Future?, an album that not only brought their brand of elector-funk to the forefront, but also served as a socially conscious spin on the issues of the early 80’s.
Official audio for Is This the Future? by Fatback, released on Ace Records. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations.
The Fatback Band is an American funk and disco band. Most popular in the 1970s and 1980s, The Fatback Band is most known for their Top Ten R&B hits, "Gotta Get My Hands on Some (Money)", and "Backstrokin'". Their 1979 single "King Tim III (Personality Jock)" is considered by many to be the first rap single.
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|A1||Is This The Future?
Written-By – Gerry Thomas
|A2||Double Love Affair
Backing Vocals – Linda Blakely, Robin DunnWritten-By – Johnny Flippin, Michael Walker
Written-By – Evelyn Thomas, Gerry Thomas
|A4||Funky Aerobics (Body Movement)
Backing Vocals – Carole SylvanWritten-By – Bill Curtis
|B1||Up Against The Wall
Written-By – Bill Curtis, Maureen Reid
|B2||Finger Lickin' Good
Written-By – Gerry Thomas, Linda Blakely
Guitar – Deborah KnappWritten-By – Johnny Flippin, Michael Walker
|B4||The Girl Is Fine (So Fine)
Written-By – Bill Curtis, Gerry Thomas
- Art Direction – Bill Levy
- Art Direction [A.D.], Design – Bob Heimall*
- Artwork [Collage Artwork] – Craig Mock
- Bass Guitar, Keyboards, Backing Vocals – Johnny Flippin
- Engineer [Assistant] – Billy Miranda, Richard Kaye
- Guitar – Herb Smith
- Keyboards, Backing Vocals – Gerry Thomas
- Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Keyboards – Michael (Miguel) Walker*
- Mastered By – Herb Powers Jr.
- Mixed By – Gerry Thomas, Ron Saint Germain*
- Percussion, Sequenced By [Oberheim Dmx] – Bill Curtis
- Producer – Bill Curtis, Gerry Thomas
- Programmed By [Memory Moog] – Robbie Kondor
- Recorded By – Ron Saint Germain*
- Saxophone, Flute – Ed Jackson
|SP-1-6738, 2391 563||Fatback*||Is This The Future? (LP, Album, 53)||Spring Records, Spring Records||SP-1-6738, 2391 563||US||1983|
|POLD 5108, 2391 563||Fatback*||Is This The Future? (LP, Album)||Spring Records, Polydor||POLD 5108, 2391 563||UK||1983|
|WIC 8022||Fatback*||Is This The Future? (LP, Album)||WEA||WIC 8022||South Africa||1985|
|SP-1-6738, 2391 563||Fatback*||Is This The Future? (LP, Album)||Spring Records, Spring Records||SP-1-6738, 2391 563||US||1983|
|CT-1-6738||The Fatback Band||Is This The Future? (Cass, Album)||Spring Records||CT-1-6738||US||1983|