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Youve Openend My Mind - Rasputin Stash* - Devil Made Me Do It (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  • Faet
    says:
    Previously unreleased Rasputin’s Stash from the forthcoming Stash album due out in April. ‘Make Up Your Mind’ is a contagious rhythm with Jimi Hendrix-style fuzzed out guitar riffs echoing sweet soul vocals and a brass section tight enough to please any Tower of Power fan.
  • Akikinos
    says:
    The Devil Made Me Do It - Original, a song by Rasputin Stash on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  • Kekus
    says:
    Mar 07,  · Provided to YouTube by KudosRecords Make up Your Mind · Rasputin's Stash Make up Your Mind / You Are My Everything ℗ Family Groove Records Released on: Main Artist: Rasputin's Stash.
  • Dojar
    says:
    Producer – Jimmy Dolin, Joseph Scott (tracks: A2 to B5), Martin Dumas*, Paul N. Coleman*, Rasputin Stash* (tracks: A2 to B5) Notes All songs published by Gemigo Publishing Company, Inc. and Nap Publishing Company, (BMI) except "The Devil Made Me Do /5(21).
  • Malalmaran
    says:
    Martin Dumas Jr, The brother on the cover that sits on the bike with the blow-out fro and lambchop sideburns topped off with the pointed goatee (I guess the devil made him do it), plays lead & rhythm guitar but can also sing his guitar licks put me the in mind of Isaac Hayes "Shaft" at times (Listen to how he chops & scratches the Wah-Wah /5(5).
  • Mazubei
    says:
    Entitled Stash it's due in April and the hype starts here with these two beautiful soul funk adventures. "Make Up Your Mind" rides on a sleazy fuzzy groove and peppy horns while "You Are My Everything" hits more of a classic triumphant horn and harmony led vibe not dissimilar to "I See Your Face" on their second album. April can't come soon enough.
  • Vot
    says:
    Originally released in , 'The Devil Made Me Do It' is a collection of smokin' grooves, dance-floor funk joints and string-laden ballads, performed by some of Chicago's finest players.
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