Slave - Discography (1977-1995) 16 Albums MP3/Flac

Slave - Discography (1977-1995) 16 Albums

The group was formed in Ohio by New Jersey native horn player/songwriter/producer Steve Washington (funk obviously runs in the blood - Washington's uncle was Ralph 'Pee Wee' Middlebrook of the famed Ohio Players). Slave performed edgy funk grooves that rival (or even overwhelm) what is considered 'hard' street music today. By the time the Cotillion/Atlantic album "Stone Jam", originally release in September 1980, came out, Steve Washington had departed the group to form another band, Aurra. Not long afterward, Steve Arrington (drummer and vocalist) also departed to undertake a solo career that produced important funk classics such as "Way Out" and "Nobody Can Be You But You".

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Aubrey Rivers, Buddy Hankerson, Carter Bradley, Charles Carter, Curt Jones, Danny Webster, Delbert Taylor, Eugene "Moochie" Jackson, Floyd Miller, Keith Nash, Kenny Anderson (2), Kevin Johnson (2), Mark Adams, Mark Hicks, Marvin Wheatley, Orion Wilhoite, Raye Turner, Roger Parker (2), Ronny Cochran, Sam Carter, Starleana Young, Stephen C. Washington, Steve Arrington, Tom Dozier, Tom Lockett, Wayne Foote

Albums 16 Albums

The Hardness Of The World 1977
Slave 1977
The Concept 1978
Just A Touch Of Love 1979
Stone Jam 1980
Show Time 1981
Visions Of The Lite 1982
Bad Enuff 1983
New Plateau 1984
Unchained At Last 1985
Make Believe 1987
Slave 88 1988
Rebirth 1990
The Funk Strikes Back 1992
Masters Of The Funck ‎(CD, Album) 1995

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