At 9:30pm, the Rochester, New York-based funk ensemble PRIME TIME FUNK blessed the casino-goers with their brand of hot & spicy funk, sometimes sounding as electrifying or as tight as Tower of Power! Prime Time Funk started with the Average White Band's "Pick Up The Pieces", featuring a tight five-piece horn arrangement (2 tenor saxophonists, 2 trumpeteers and one baritone saxophonists)...the tenor sax solo was especially hot! "Never Make Your Move Too Soon" (a PTF original) was a nice mid-tempo funk cut with good lead vocals, hot lead gutar riffs and some muted trumpet riffing!! PTF actually went into Tower of Power territory with "A Little Knowledge (is a Dangerous Thing)", featuring a nice & funky synthesizer solo. The Bill Withers tune "Use Me" was good because of the clavinet work and another hot tenor sax solo! The baritone saxophonist had a solo spotlight on the Stevie Wonder original "Master Blaster Jammin'", a song that featured two lead vocalists.
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