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BLACK MERDA "FOXY LADY"

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Uploaded on Jan 18, 2009

Prior to being Black Merda, we were known as the Soul Agents. During that time we
recorded this version "Foxy Lady" Dig it! VC L "The Mighty V!" Veasey of Black Merda
Buy It At This Link http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/vcofblackmurda

Here's a review of the Soul Agents Foxy Lady 06/07/2007
Have you ever heard a cover of a song you know well and you swear that this version sounds as if it is the original version, even though you KNOW it is not? Big Maybelle’s version of “96 Tears” is an excellent example of this. Her rendition of the ? & the Mysterians original is so raw and funky that it just HAS to be the first version–but it’s not. This can be said of the item at hand. “Foxy Lady” by Soul Agents. If the songwriting wasn’t credited to Jimi Hendrix, one would think that the famous guitarist ripped it off the Soul Agents. Like Bud Spudd, Soul Agents take the song in a much slower tempo, yet it exudes a soulfulness and, yes a sufficient amount of grease, that is only alluded to the Hendrix original. Plus, instead of any guitar solo, there is a sick-sounding alto saxophone solo that really adds to this record’s cool factor. Dig it.
http://arcmusic.wordpress.com/2007/06... YOU CAN BUY THIS TRACK AT THIS LINK http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/VCOfBlackMurda BLACK MERDA (AS THE SOUL AGENTS) "FOXY LADY" WITH VOCAL 1967. TYRONE "SNAKE" HITE, DRUMS AND VOCAL, ANTHONY "WOLF" HAWKINS, GUITAR, VC L. "THE MIGHTY V!" VEASEY, BASS, ANONYMOUS SAXOPHONE PLAYER.

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