• 1. Steppin Down
  • 2. Heart Complication

Tramp Records drop the killer Frederick Knight filler 'Steppin Down on 45, with the equally brilliant 'Heart Complication' on the flip. Two deep soul burners!

Other Releases by Frederick Knight

Frederick KnightI've Been Lonely For So Long (1973)Stax
Classic southern soul on Stax 1973Great Original still-sealed cassette tape !!!

Other Releases on Tramp Records

Can You Feel It? Modern Soul, Disco & Boogie 1976-86Various ArtistsTramp Records
Tramp Records deliver a brand new compilation, this time focussing on modern soul, disco and boogie. Features killer, sought after and rare cuts from Silky...
  • 1. Silky Vincent Group – Missing You
  • 2. Maurice Mander – Pickem Up And Puttem Down (feat. Leroy Stay Clean)
  • 3. Deep South Dance Band – Don't It Make You Feel Good
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Tyree Glenn Jr.SuperbadTramp Records
Tramp Records drop another killer funk 45, this time turning to Tyree Glenn Jr's amazing version of James Brown's 'Superbad' and the deadly funk jam, 'Ma(r)l...
Movements Vol. 9Various ArtistsTramp Records
Tramp Records' 'Movements' series continues! Vol.9 focuses on rare groove gems from the golden era of the early 1960s right through to the late 1970s!
Keither FlorenceDown Here On The GroundTramp Records
Keither Florence second 45 for Tramp Records contains "Down Here On The Ground which some of you may already know from its inclusion on the 5th volume...
Feeling Nice: Vol. 4Various ArtistsTramp Records
Tramp Records continue their successful Feeling Nice series with Vol.4, focussing on some more of the greatest unknown local vernacular...
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Mr. Clean and the CleansersKarateTramp Records
Deep Funk out of Seattle! Camelot Records, operated by Jan Kurtis Skugstad from 1964 to 1966, released an astounding number of 45s during its short...