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Dyke & The Blazers - Let a Woman Be a Woman and a Man Be a Man

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Uploaded on Feb 11, 2011

Dyke & The Blazers - Let a Woman Be a Woman and a Man Be a Man Soul Music 60's

Wikipedia : The song "Let a Woman Be a Woman" has been sampled by the hip-hop performer Tupac Shakur for his song "If my Homie Calls" and the band Stetasonic for their song "Sally" and English indie rockers The Heavy for their own "How You Like Me Now?".

Dyke & the Blazers is a former American funk band. They picked up on the rhythms, bass and organ innovations of James Brown's band and released "Funky Broadway - Part I" in 1967, which may have been the first black dance single with the name "Funky" in the title. The song was covered later that year by Wilson Pickett, resulting in a #1 R&B hit.

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