Good To Go - Original Soundtrack
Label: Island Records
NME BOMB ONE
Format: 2 × Vinyl, 12", Compilation, Limited Edition # 3982 of 3999 copies pressed
Records VG+ VG++
Cover VG split edgewear creasing
Genre: Electronic, Hip Hop
Style: Go-Go, Electro , Funk
A1 Trouble Funk - Good To Go
A2 Hot, Cold Sweat - Meet Me At The Go Go
A3 Trouble Funk - Still Smokin'
A4 Sly & Robbie - Make'em Move (The Wreckin' Crew's Theme)
Producer – Bill Laswell Remix – Paul "Groucho" Smykle
A5 E.U. - E.U. Freeze
A6 Wally Badarou - Keys (Chemist's Theme)
B1 Chuck Brown & The Soul Searchers - We Need Money
Co-producer – Maxx Kidd
B2 Donald Banks - Status Quo (Little Beat's Theme)
Producer – Nature's Creation Remix – Rob Fraboni
B3 Trouble Funk - Drop The Bomb
B4 Ini Kamoze - Riot Zone (Call The Police)
Producer – Paul "Groucho" Smykle, Sly & Robbie
B5 Trouble Funk - I Like It
B6 Redds And The Boys - Movin' And Groovin'
Co-producer – Maxx Kidd
B7 Trouble Funk - Good To Go (Reprise)
C1 Osiris - War On Bullshit
C2 E.U. - Sho' Nuff Bump'n (Live At Irving Plaza)
D1 Trouble Funk - In The Mix (Don't Touch That Stereo) (Live At London Town And Country Club July, 1986)
D2 Trouble Funk - Drop The Bomb (Live At Montreux Jazz Festival, July 1986)
Soundtrack Album compiled by Rob Fraboni
Executive Producer: Chris Blackwell & Maxx Kidd
This Limited Edition Compiled by Roy Carr & Ian Pye
Limited Edition Of 3999 double albums
to Go contains three classic singles by go-go's top trio of acts: Trouble Funk's "Drop the Bomb," E.U.'s "E.U. Freeze," and "We Need Money," by Chuck Brown and the Soul Searchers. Each would doubtless be better as a longer, live version, but each also has an irresistible hook that makes the sub-four minute lengths here make sense, too. In addition, the new
Trouble Funk single "Still Smokin'" showed go-go could withstand even further commercialization, and Hot, Cold Sweat's "Meet Me at the Go-Go" is a "Hey Ladies"-style call to the clubs that's flat-out fun.
Trouble Funk - Still Smokin
Trouble Funk - Drop The Bomb
D.C. Go-Go groundbrakers Trouble Funk performs what is probably their most popular of all their hit, "Drop The Bomb".
E.U. - E.U. Freeze
THIS BRING BACK MANY HAPPY MEMORIES OF ME MIXING THIS SONG AT THE HOUSE PARTIES.....
Chuck Brown & The Soul Searchers - We Need Money
but he was key in merging jazz w/funk and the bass lines of the streets -- I still consider him a consummate jazz guitarist (with an incredible sense of beat and showmanship
1989 GO-GO DOCUMENTARY (PART 1)
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