|1||–Mantus||Boogie To The Bop
Producer – Will Crittendon
|2||–Toney Lee||Reach Up
Producer – Eric Matthew
|3||–Crown Heights Affair||Your Love Makes Me Hot
Executive-Producer – Donnie LintonProducer, Arranged By – R. Reid*, W. Anderson*
|4||–Tina Fabrik*||Non Stop
Producer – Mike Pabon*
|5||–Touche*||Just Like A Door Knob
Producer, Arranged By – Claudette Washington, Dennis Bell
|6||–Carolyn Harding||Movin' On
Producer – Winston Jones
|7||–Laurice Hudson*||Feel My Love
Arranged By – Curtis HudsonProducer – Pure Energy Inc.*
|8||–Colors||Get On Down To The Music
Producer – B. Hickson, F. Abel, Jr.*, N. Hedmand*
|SPLK-7077||Various||Star-Funk Vol. 7 (CD, Comp)||Unidisc||SPLK-7077||Canada||1993|
The 17th volume does contain Fonda Rae and Wish's "Touch Me" (later a bigger hit for Cathy Dennis), Toney Lee's "Love So Deep," the Duncan Sisters' "Boys Will Be Boys," and Sunbelt's "Spin It," and a few songs are curiosities in some respect, but there's far too much third-rate fluff to make this anything more.
Boogie to the Bop. Mantus. Star Funk, Vol. 7. 06:47. Yazar: B. Amendola - J. Braffett - F. De Crescenzo - J. Kaczmarczyk - J. Maer, Besteciler: B. Maer. Reach Up. Toney Lee. 06:51. Yazar: T. Lee - E. Matthew, Besteciler: T. Matthew.
Known for the highly heralded Folie Distinguée album in 1985, what is often over looked is the fact there accompanied 2 further Alternative Funk cassette compilations that same year. Coming within the Audiologie series on Vox Man Records, these Various Artist selections were indicative of labels that sprung up in the early 80s around the DIY post-punk scene.
Various - Classic Funk Mastercuts Volume 1 - CD Album - 1992 - 12 Great Tracks. Star, The - Shirley Lawson 11. Taking My Mind Off Love - Carol Anderson 12. I Don't Know About You - Constellations (The) 13.
Funk Volume was an American independent record label founded by American rapper Hopsin. The label was home to artists Dizzy Wright, Jarren Benton, SwizZz, and producers DJ Hoppa and Kato. The label is defunct due to a feud between co-founders Hopsin and Damien "Dame" Ritter regarding financial alterations. Following the feud, and the leaving of Hopsin, all affiliated artists left Funk Volume and the label was shut down soon after.