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Sugar's Boogaloo

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Sugar's Boogaloo
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Papa's Got A Brand New Bag
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Sock Monkey
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Sunshine Superman
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Skunk Walk
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Suzy Q
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Sweet Tooth
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Red Wine
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Hot Sauce
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Hankerin'
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 37:04

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Organ and Sax groove

TauZero

This isn't your hard funk but more the kind you have going in the background and can't resist tapping your foot too and now you are up on your feet grooving to it. I like Hot Sauce and Suzy Q, but other others all have appeal too.

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Retro fun!

Aeschulus

Awesome stuff here -- as the review said, it's good to see some of this stuff being resurrected -- personal fav on this album would have to be 'Sunshine Superman' -- listen and you'll love these guys.

They Say All Music Guide

The Sugarman Three’s debut album, Sugar’s Boogaloo, is a slice of vintage Blue Note-style soul-jazz, with alto saxophonist Lou Donaldson being perhaps the most obvious touchstone. The music is primarily driven by groove and rhythm, with Neal Sugarman’s melodic, R&B-based saxophone providing most of the leads. Sugarman’s playing stays solidly within the groove, so jazz fans looking for improvisational fireworks will probably not find Sugar’s Boogaloo as interesting as the artists who influenced it. But fans of earthy, greasy jazz-funk and rare groove will delight in the fact that this music is being revived — and in such danceable, soulful fashion. – Steve Huey

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