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Rufus & Chaka Khan - Masterjam (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Jan 11,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Sleeve Vinyl release of Masterjam on Discogs. Label: MCA Records - MCA • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold Sleeve • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Disco/5().
  2. This doesn't have as memorable tracks as say, 'Stompin' at the Savoy', but it is great to listen to this since buying my vinyl copy in the late 80's. Rufus and Chaka Khan were a sublime combination and well-worth listening to. Chaka Khan was at her best with these guys/5(53).
  3. This doesn't have as memorable tracks as say, 'Stompin' at the Savoy', but it is great to listen to this since buying my vinyl copy in the late 80's. Rufus and Chaka Khan were a sublime combination and well-worth listening to. Chaka Khan was at her best with these guys/5(54).
  4. Jan 11,  · Even with the monster jams "Do You Love What You Feel" and "Any Love", this is a very lackluster effort by Rufus. I blame this on several factors: One, Chaka Khan was doing very well in her solo career, and being recongnized for it(as well she should)/5().
  5. Before her solo career, Chaka Khan loaned her inimitable vocal stylings to Chicago-based funk outfit Rufus. On Masterjam, the group's eighth LP, they deliver some of their best work, fusing bass-heavy grooves, swinging drumbreaks, bold horns, and soulful lyricism.
  6. All about the album of Rufus & Chaka Khan - Masterjam. Rufus & Chaka Khan's album Masterjam | mca records | MCA | US from on Mca records. All information of this Soul or Funk Album Like fragments, covers, tracks. LP VINYL ( / 3) 3. Change Version Add Version. Total Visits This Week. Releases. Label Cat# Country.
  7. Dec 14,  · Masterjam, an Album by Rufus & Chaka. Released 12 October on MCA (catalog no. MCA; Vinyl LP). Genres: Disco, Soul/5(6).
  8. As Khan released her first solo album, I'm Every Woman, the band released 's Numbers, sans Khan, and it went absolutely nowhere. Masterjam finds them back together, renamed Rufus and Chaka, with Quincy Jones producing the effort. Khan had worked with Jones on his album, Sounds.

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