World's Funkiest Covers
Carefully selected by Deano Sounds, World’s Funkiest Covers features some of the funkiest covers from around the world and throughout time. The album includes a wide range of styles including deep funk, latin soul, hard salsa, soul, afro beat, and cumbia.
From the Ebony Rhythm Band’s deep funk cover of “Light My Fire” to the soulful version of “Purple Haze” by Johnny Jones and the King Casuals, the unforgettable tracks keep on coming.
There’s also plenty of hard pounding salsa with Ray Barretto’s cover of “Pastime Paradise,” Mongo Santamaria’s cover of “Cloud Nine” and Williamsburg Salsa Orchestra’s cover of Spoon’s “I Turn My Camera On.”
More recent artists include Mighty Mo and the
Winchester 7 and Nostalgia 77 covering “The Message” and “Seven Nation Army”, respectively.
This Cultures of Soul collection features unique versions of classics songs not easily found in the marketplace today. Out now!
1 –Johnny Jones And The King Casuals Purple Haze (Jimi Hendrix)
Written By – Jimi Hendrix
2 –Mighty Mo And The Winchester Seven The Next Message (Grandmaster Flash And The The Furious Five)
Written By – Nathaniel Chase, Edward Fletcher, Melvin Glover, Sylvia Robinson, Hank Dettweiler
3 –Afrosound Jungle Fever (Chakachas)
Written By – Bill Ador
4 –Fruko Y Sus Tesos Bang Bang (New Swing Sextet)
Written By – Pete Ortiz, George Rodriguez
5 –Nostalgia 77 Seven Nation Army (The White Stripes)
Written By – Jack White
6 –Mongo Santamaria Cloud Nine (The Temptations)
Written By – Strong, N.J. Whitfield
7 –Ray Barretto Pastime Paradise (Stevie Wonder)
Written By – Stevie Wonder
8 –Williamsburg Salsa Orchestra I Turn My Camera On (Spoon)
Written By – Spoon
9 –Ebony Rhythm Band Light My Fire (The Doors)
Written By – James Morrison, Robby Krieger, Ray Manzarek, John Densmore
10 –The Johnny Frigo Sextet Scorpio (Dennis Coffey)
Written By – Dennis Coffey
11 –Antibalas Rat Race (Bob Marley)
Written By – Rita Marley