Rev. Right Time & the 1st Cuzins of Funk

At Ludlow's Bar - Columbus, OH (6/07/02)



The funky magic of the Rev. Right Time & the 1st Cuzins of Funk!!!!

At 11:00pm, Rev. Right Time and his funky bunch, The 1st Cuzins of Funk, started their stankified set with a funky intro, followed by Stevie Wonder's "Superstition" featured a hellified lead guitar solo, some tight horns and a pulsating, funky bass solo (which was provided by former Enemy Squad bassist, Kerry "KC" Clark)!!! The lead guitarist even threw in some of Jimi Hendrix's "Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)"!! The next song, I think it's called "Superfly", was FONKAY (with a capital "FUNK").....the wah-wah guitarisms were as slammin' as the lead vocals of K.C. and Rev. Right Time!! (K.C. had some great high-pitched backing vocals!) Next was War's "Low Rider" featured a thumpin' bass intro, but I could have done without all of the DJ scratching! The next song featured a good keyboard solo and a vocal sample from James Brown's "Funky Drummer". The JB classic "Sex Machine" benefited from some funky scratch guitarisms while "Papa was a Rolling Stone" featured s'mo funky wah-wah guitarisms and funky falsetto vocalizing by K.C.!! (K.C., do your funky thang, Mr. Funky Bass Player!!!) On the minus side, "Pick Up the Pieces" suffered from some weak horns.......c'mon, blow fellas! Following that was a funk-rock-de-force song that featured some super heavy bass licking by K.C.!! The funk party didn't end until 12:15am.

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