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    Harlem Underground Harlem Underground (1976)

    Paul Winley Records
      • 1. Smokin' Cheeba - Cheeba
      • 2. Fed Up (Vocal)
      • 3. Loose Joints
      • 4. Finger In It
      • 5. Ain't No Sunshine
      • 6. Fed Up

      Often-sampled lost funk album from 1976 featuring Willis Jackson, George Benson, and Ann Winley. Featuring "Smokin' Cheeba-Cheeba" (as sampled by Eric B and Rakim, Genius, Medina Green, Smif-N-Wessun and of course Tone-Loc) and "Ain't No Sunshine" (sampled by A Tribe Called Quest, Beatnuts and Ghostface Killah).

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