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George Street Mob - Call Me Pappy download mp3 album
George Street Mob
Call Me Pappy
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Artist: West Street Mob. Album: The Sugar Hill Records Story, 1997. West Street Mob ‎- Let's Dance (Make Your Body Move) Vinyl - 12" - Side A 1981. Rag'n'Bone Man Giant. George Michael Careless Whisper. ru - BROKEN RADIO CHANNEL. Michael Jackson The Way You Make Me Feel. Ariana Grande 7 rings.

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West Street Mob were a boogie and electro music trio, active between 1981 and 1984, best known for their 1983 song "Break Dance - Electric Boogie. The band comprised Joey Robinson, J. Warren Moore and singer Sabrina Gillison. In 1981 West Street Mob recorded their eponymous album, which peaked at on the Billboard Black Albums chart. The single "Let's Dance" peaked at on the Black Singles chart and on the Dance chart.

Album · 2011 · 9 Songs. Call Me (DJ George Siras Club Radio Mix). 4. Call Me (DJ George Siras Dub Mix). 5. Call Me (DJ George Siras Vocal Club Mix). 6. Call Me (Elias Tzikas Remix). 8. Call Me (Acoustic). 9. Call Me (M&M Club Remix).

West Street Mob, formed in New York, USA, in the late 70s, were one of the less celebrated of Sugarhill Records' acts, despite the fact that Sugarhill owners Joe and Sylvia Robinson's son, Joey Jn. was once a member. Their most significant release was 1983's electro classic "Break Dancin' - Electric Boogie", a version of the Incredible Bongo Band's interpretation of the Shadows' "Apache".

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A Call Me Pappy (Vocal)
B Call Me Pappy (Instrumental)


  • Producer – Mike Dean


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Samples: Ice Cube "Steady Mobbin'" and Zapp "Come On"

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