Jack Ashford’s “Hotel Sheet” from 1977 gets a rework from LTJ Experience. I really like these obscure, fresh outta the record crate songs. It’s a what?
It’s a super hyper bluesy funky vibe, y’all. The track certainly has a Norman Whitfield, BT Express vibe to it, which lends itself perfectly for that sleaze/sweat set.
Jack Ashford, known to his friends as Jashford, is an African-American musician, widely known as the percussionist for Motown Records’ in-house Funk Brothers band during the 1960s and early 1970s. Ashford is most famous for playing the tambourine on hundreds of Motown recordings. His definitive performance is on “War” by Edwin Starr; other notable songs. (Wikipedia)
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