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  1. Doll Reply

    WT - Deadeye Dick - C.J. & Co. [] Burning Drums Of Fire/Deadeye Dick/Beware The Stranger//Big City Sidewalk/Hearsay/You're Still The Sweetest Thing In My Life WT - A Sweet Taste Of Sin - Dennis Coffey Band [] A Sweet Taste Of Sin/Another Time, Another Place/Love Encounter//Someone Special/You Know Who You Are/Gimmie That Funk.

  2. Mishicage Reply

    View all records by C.J. & Co. for sale on CDandLP in LP, CD, 12inch, 7inch format.

  3. Shakinos Reply

    C.J. & Co - Deadeye Dick - Excellent Funk / Soul - vinyl rip - - flac - Atlantic - W , Westbound Records - W Tracklist A1 Burning Drums Of Fire

  4. Shaktishakar Reply

    Artist: C.J. & CO. Title Of Album: USA Disco Year Of Release: Label: Deadeye Dick USA Disco Burning Drums Of Fire Hear Say The Golden Touch Beware The Stranger Sure Can't Go To The Moon UPLOADED | TURBOBIT | .

  5. Nedal Reply

    C.J. & Co., C.J. & Co. - C.J. & Co. Deadeye Dick USA vinyl LP WT - ldinsisinymemnamarmesuvastlerbman.coinfo Music Skip to main content *Burning Drums Of Fire *Deadeye Dick *Beware The Stranger *Big City Sidewalk *Hear Say *You're Still The Sweetest Thing In My Life out of 5 stars Album. Reviewed in the United States on January 3, /5(1).

  6. Bajinn Reply

    Vinyl Grading Info Our Company Our Friends Title Label Format+ REC/SLV Price: Denise La Salle: On The Loose Westbound: LP: S/S: €20, Etta Jones: 75 Westbound: LP: S/S: €20, Fantastic Four samples available: Alvin Stone C.j. & Co. Deadeye Dick / Burning Drums Of Fire Westbound: 12" M-/E: €10, Mike Theodore Orchestra.

  7. Tojajin Reply

    CJ & Co. - Deadeye Dick (Vinyl, LP, Album) at odiMUSic C.J. Co.* ‎– Deadeye Dick Label:Atlantic ‎– W , Westbound Records ‎– W Format:Vinyl, LP, Album Country:Italy Released:Genre:Funk / Soul Style:Disco Tracklist A1 Burning Drums.

  8. Tygolar Reply

    A groundbreaking little record – and one that set a whole new standard for guitar funk in the 70s! By the time of this set, Dennis Coffey had been playing, arranging, and producing all over the Detroit soul scene for many years – so it wasn't like he really needed a hit to get paid or anything – but the record forever marked him as a guitar player to be reckoned with, and is a perfect.

  9. Mazur Reply

    The lost third album from CJ & Co – that totally groovy, totally tight group who were one of the best things going on Westbound Records in the late 70s! CJ & Co had a groove that was just right for the new club world of the time – but they also had a sharp instrumental approach that was much more tied to the Detroit funk of early 70s Westbound – and their sound was given a fantastic push.

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